Arona to press for solutions to main issues
José Julián Mena has been re-elected Mayor of Arona for a second term and has promised consultation rather than confrontation.
“Politics is not a field of confrontation but must be a meeting place for the search for agreements for the benefit of Arona, our residents and neighbours. We aim to search for solutions,” he says.
Sr. Mena has underlined that the pillars of the new mandate will be “the gene-ration of employment, the promotion of Arona’s compe-titiveness as a tourist des-tination of excellence at a time of cooling of the main sector of our economy, welfare and social policies, economic promotion, the preservation of the environment and the improvement of sustainability.”
With regard to the key issues for Arona that depend on other institutions, such as the Cabildo de Tenerife or the Canary Islands Government, he pro-mised dialogue, firmness and vindication in the search for solutions “for the municipality and for the southern region, of which Arona is the capital.”
These would include issues such as traffic queues, roads, water treatment and, espe-cially, sanitation.