The Provincial Council of Seville plans to hold an extraordinary plenary this September, to approve the bases of the new edition of its Reimbursable Advances Fund (FEAR), thanks to which the provincial institution offers financial advances to the city councils, with charge to its later tax collection. As in the 2016 edition, paid with advances of 52.6 million euros in favor of 63 municipalities, this new edition of the FEAR will have an available amount of 70 million.
The president of the Diputación, Fernando Rodríguez Villalobos, has informed this Friday at a press conference about the details of the 2017 edition of the Reimbursable Advances Fund of the provincial institution.
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