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Introducing incoming Formentera Council leadership

visita-nou-equip-de-governv31The Formentera Council president's office reports that the days ahead will come with key appointments within the new administration. Alejandra Ferrer, who was appointed president on Saturday, 15 June, will also head the offices of planning and tourism. Ana Juan, for her part, will assume the first vice president's office, as well as the departments of housing, seniors, trade and entrepreneurialship.

Aside from her assignment as the second vice president, Susana Labrador will also oversee culture and education. Rafael Ramírez will be third vice president, while also taking on social welfare, operations and transparency.

Departments
Rafael González is councillor of mobility and land; Raquel Guasch the councillor of patrimony, language policies and training; Pep Mari infrastructure, primary sector and interior; Antonio Sanz environment and inspections; Vanessa Parellada youth, civic engagement, new technologies, equality and LGTBI; Paula Ferrer sport, human resources and island services; and Bartomeu Escandell, tax office, economy and general services.

On a visit this morning of the departments (conselleries), chiefs met and exchanged a few words with personnel.

Trusted, government-appointed posts
Isabel Juan will be appointed secretary of the president's office, Elena Trinidad press chief and Carlos Bernús tourism chief.

As a shared presidency, the senior post will be occupied the first 28 months of the legislative term (until 15 October 2021) by Alejandra Ferrer. Ana Juan will take over duties for the final twenty months.

18 June 2019
Office of Communication
Formentera Council

Special full-house assembly

DSCN1072The Formentera Council convened today for its final plenary assembly of the 2015-2019 legislative session. The one-off gathering served to submit for review the minutes of the full-house assembly that was held on 23 May 2019, the last of the current legislative term. Pictured in the photo are the members of the political parties present at the day's gathering.


12 June 2019
Office of Communication
Formentera Council

Artist Gilbert Herreyns donates work

foto-donacio---obra-gilbert-he1Formentera Council president Jaume Ferrer and painter Gilbert Herreyns took steps to make official Herreyns' donation of a painting titled “Entre la terra i el cel” to the Council. In 2018 the artist staged an exhibit by the name same at Sa Tanca Vella and committed afterwards to making the donation.

Acrylic and tempera on canvas, the work measures 225cm by 110cm and is on display in the Office of Culture of the administration. President Ferrer welcomed the gift, which will now become property of the CiF. Herreyns is a Belgian artist who has split his time between Eivissa and Formentera since 1971.

Pictured are Herreyn's wife Neus Riera, President Ferrer, Herreyns and Manolo de Oya, who is the exhibit's curator and a representative of Espai F.


11 June 2019
Office of Communication
Formentera Council

Job opening for lifeguard

SocorristesThe Formentera Council human resources office reports that in anticipation of the high season crunch it is listing an opening for a lifeguard on local beaches.

All those interested can register their candidature at the SOIB (Balearic job seekers' service) until 9 June. Candidates must have completed supervision and assistance training for lifeguard and rescue operations.


4 June 2019
Office of Communication
Formentera Council

Decision makers clinch regulatory toll to drive on Formentera

ple-consell-de-formentera prem1Members of the Formentera Council and opposition came together today for a special full-house assembly, a gathering marked by the announcement of definitive approval for a a fee drivers must pay if they wish to enter, circulate and park on public roads.

CiF mobility councillor Rafael González said he anticipated his department would begin validating reservation requests for July and August. Since formentera.eco went online April 15, three thousand three-hundred and sixty-six people have registered.

The one-off plenary also brought cross-party backing for the working codes for the registry of heritage declarations and registry of tasks appropriate to a range of public service positions on the Formentera Council. Also granted the go-ahead, this time despite PP abstention was the “Inventory of Assets and the Formentera Council's 2019 “Inventory of Assets and Rights” (Inventari de Béns i Drets).

Home for the aged
Assembly participants gave cross-party backing for the proposed amendment to a deal between the Govern balear and Formentera whereby the Palma administration agrees to foot the bill for 70% of the €2 million-plus assisted living residence while Formentera will be on the hook for the remaining 30%. Social welfare councillor Vanessa Parellada pointed out that the associated construction project was moving along quickly and is hoped to be finished by next year.

May 23, 2019
Àrea de Comunicació
Formentera Council

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