This Thursday, the municipal council of Grau-du-Roi met on the Town Hall. On this system of the session, particularly, the downgrading of public land to permit the institution of a medical center. A subsidy request for the Espiguette lighthouse rehabilitation mission was additionally voted.
It continues to be in a diminished configuration due to the sanitary scenario that the municipal council met in Grau-du-Roi on Thursday. About fifteen factors had been on the agenda. Among them, the downgrading of a 2,850 m2 plot positioned on avenue de Dossenheim has given rise to debates between the bulk and the opposition. The latter, by means of the voice of its chief Charly Crespe, notably regretted “the elimination of a tennis court in order to allow the construction of a medical house for which we do not have the guarantee of the arrival of new general practitioners.”
Aware of the shortage of practitioners in his city, Mayor Robert Crauste mentioned that even when nothing was set in stone, the infrastructures aroused intentions. It now stays to make them concrete.
“As for the tennis club, he continued, they will be valued since in compensation two courts will pass on clay, a comfort surface meeting high expectations on the part of practitioners. It’s a win-win. ” Robert Crauste additionally insisted on the presence of twenty courts within the city, together with 4 lined, and the attainable creation of padel courts in Port-Camargue. “I think that at Grau-du-Roi, tennis is well endowed”, he concluded, which didn’t forestall the opposition from opposing this mission, accusing it of “once again cut back on green spaces“.
Subsidies requested for the Espiguette lighthouse
Earlier within the assembly, the meeting voted for a grant utility for the rehabilitation mission of the Espiguette lighthouse website. “This enhancement includes the landscaping, those of the access path, the reception building, the restoration of monuments and the scenography”, recalled the councilor in command of heritage, Nathalie Gros Chareyre.
In complete, the price of the mission is estimated at € 2.648 million. The City of Grau-du-Roi ought to finance it to the tune of € 538,485, or simply over 20%. For the remaining, it intends to show to the EU, through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the State, the Region and the Department. Finally, a help fund of € 11,000 might be requested from the Terre de Camargue neighborhood of municipalities.