Saturday, January 27, during the presentation of the municipality’s wishes, Béatrice Makowiecki was enchanted by the beautiful dynamics of the village, marked by the arrival of a…
Saturday, January 27, during the presentation of the municipality’s wishes, Béatrice Makowiecki was enchanted by the beautiful dynamics of the village, marked by the arrival of around ten new residents of Sarrazzie and supported by determined volunteers from the association to keep the village alive.
However, “2023 will continue to be a contrasting year,” she admitted. A first semester without a municipal secretary or technical agent makes everyday life more uncertain and even complicated. And the councilor is concerned “with the sustainability of this administrative work in our villages, an essential multitasking position, but not very rewarding”.
Since the beginning of last summer, Christel Vuillaume has brought a bit of serenity to the daily management of the village of 252 souls, according to the last census.
In addition to the maintenance of public buildings, for 2024, Béatrice Makowiecki defined priorities including the rehabilitation project of the old school to create social housing. A complex process “that has been slowed by exploding costs and drastic standards.”
The moment will be one of energy sobriety with the installation of low consumption lamps for public lighting and the installation of chandeliers in the Jeanton housing complex. In addition to the dossier for the renovation of the changing rooms and changing rooms in the multipurpose room, the City Council will provide itself with a “cybersecurity” pack to protect computer data.
After mentioning PLUi Chalosse Tursan, the first councilor wanted to appear confident and concluded with a quote from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry: “As for the future, it is not a question of predicting it, but of making it possible”.