The Leganés city council assumes a foreseeable drop in income from taxes and fees as a result of the economic crisis of the coronavirus. This has been recognized by Santiago Llorente, mayor of the municipality, who also ensures that “The economic situation of citizens will change drastically and that is why it is difficult to know how it will affect rates but the level of income will be somewhat lower”.
It was known during the presentation of the draft ordinances where, despite these provisions, the lowering of some rates; This is the case of the industrial garbage tax for companies and hoteliers or the occupation of public roads for terraces and night tables.
It also maintains the payment plan ‘Leganés 12’ that allows families, companies and businesses to prorate their payments in 12 months.
There will also be a subsidy for greater who will enjoy the program ‘Seniors in shape’ for free or, in the case of young boys, with the drop in prices in the cost of rehearsal premises.
On the contrary, the rates for banks are increased for the occupation of the ATMs and the rate for the completion of Local Police reports for attestations increases.