Aurelio Murcia, who is in charge of Town Planning in Bigastro, has once again challenged the ex mayor, Raúl Valerio Medina by asking him to explain why two of the five outstanding bills for work to improve irrigation pipelines in the town were not paid. He says that the money for this work came from the Generalit in Valencia and should therefore have been paid to Pavasal, the company that completed the reformations.
The Councillor also denies that Villas Andrea owed money to the Council and points out that, if that had been the case then it should have been dealt with in 2007 when Valerio was in charge of finance. He says that the ex mayor is lying and making up debts that do not exist.
To use a tennis analogy, I think the score is now 30 – 15 with Murcia scoring two aces so far.