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US News Savigny-le-Temple: the mayor co-signed the alert to preserve priority neighborhoods from the consequences of Covid-19

01:00  24 november  2020
01:00  24 november  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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"The idea of ​​the mail is to sound a warning bell", explains Marie-Line Pichery, the mayor (PS) of Savigny-le-Temple who participated in the drafting "of an open letter to the President of the Republic for equality and the republican inclusion of our agglomerations, towns and priority neighborhoods. While nine mayors, including three from Ile-de-France, were received by Prime Minister Jean Castex on Monday, the elected official is worried about the consequences of the pandemic on the population and the finances of her municipality.

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"There is a real impoverishment of the population and our large suburban cities are and will find themselves in great financial difficulties", estimates Marie-Line Pichery, also vice-president for republican inclusion of the urban community of Greater Paris South. The further the cities are from the capital, the more effort they have to make. "

The mayor of this town of 30,000 inhabitants, two of which are in priority safety zones (ZSP), has already committed" 450,000 euros between the 1st and the second confinement, between masks, the health protocol in the nursery and primary schools…. This is without counting the declining revenues due to the fact that the confined parents did not take their child to a nursery ... "

" Covid-19 has worsened inequalities "

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The idea of ​​this letter amounts to" ringing a bell the alarm ", because" the Covid-19 has worsened inequalities much more, details the city councilor who adds: How do people look for work when they are confined? Especially since major employers, such as the Westfield Carré Sénart shopping center in Lieusaint, had to be largely closed. Couples perfectly inserted a year ago find themselves in difficulty. "

The mayor is also thinking of hotels, in her commune or those of the urban community, transformed into social hotels. "The inhabitants turn to the town, go to the municipal social action center (CCAS), the children go to school," she says. It is time for the state to trust us and really help us. »

Another sign of this deterioration, requests for food aid are constantly growing from associations in the town.

Resolutely optimistic despite the deteriorated situation, she urges the government "to change software." It is the moment to question oneself on the policy of the city implemented for 40 years and for what result?, Asks the elected official. We must reduce the sociological divide to put in place a policy that makes sense. "

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