Public lighting leads requests in the SAC de Americana
The report points out that, last year, there were 4,484 requests on this topic; Covid-19 and mosquitoes are also on the list
Public lighting was the subject that most made the residents of Americana contact the city hall’s SAC (Citizen Service) in 2021, according to a list released by the municipal administration to LIBERAL.
Throughout the year, there were 15,200 records in the service. Of these, 4,484 were services related to lighting. Most were related to light bulbs that were out or broken on public roads. The Executive informed that it makes the exchanges between two and three days after the request.
Since 2015, all public lighting maintenance is the responsibility of the city hall. According to the Executive, with resources from the CIP (Contribution on Public Lighting), 14,000 LED lamps have already been installed in the municipality.
Currently, there is a bidding process in progress in the municipality to hire a company that will be responsible for replacing the lighting technology.
Requests for data-tree service, with 854 requests, tree pruning, with 654, and asphalt repair, with 619, also stand out in the SAC report, as well as requests for information and guidance on IPTU (Property Tax and Urban Territory), with 525.
Just below the list, there are reports of non-compliance with health measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic, with 437 calls.
December and the mosquitoes
Exclusively in the last month of 2021, what drew attention was the number of complaints motivated by the appearance of mosquitoes, with 99 in December alone and 117 in the year to date – last month, it was second only to the number of calls for public lighting, with 253 complaints.