1 The solidarity of the “club of 5”
In 2003, Bruno Bureau was the first deputy to the mayor of Salles, Vincent Nuchy, first of the presidents of the CdC. At his side, Alain Peronnau, mayor of Belin-Béliet and general councilor of the canton now deceased, Danièle Born, mayor of Barp and only woman in office, Didier Baillet, mayor of Lugos and Philippe Lacoste, mayor of Saint-Magne .
A “club of five” which over the years has seen its majority lean from left to right, welcoming new mayors and presidents at its head. However, Bruno Bureau, who will sail from the majority to the opposition, praised the “spirit of solidarity” which will have animated them all.
We were aware of participating in a real human adventure, one that allows us to go beyond the limits of our steeples and our political differences.
“We were aware of participating in a real human adventure, one that can make everything possible together and allows us to go beyond the limits of our steeples and our political differences. »
2 Looking back: shared services
Construction of an intercommunal swimming pool, an arthouse cinema and a business park (Espace 21 and Rcommerce platform), support for the solidarity economy (with the Repeyre and Fringuette recycling centers) but also school projects , extensions of business parks, waste treatment, water management, fiber optic connection: the list of CdC achievements is long.
And its success stems, for Bruno Bureau, from a single recipe: co-construction. “Assuming 30 million in ten years cannot be done without a collective effort,” he said, not failing to recall that “the territory of the Val de l’Eyre, 21,200 inhabitants, represents the population of Gujan-Mestras (and) that a single exercise of Cobas is equivalent to all our budgets over a term of office”.
3 In 2022: college, high school and travel
Blandine Sarrazin, the mayor of Barp then announced the opening of second classes, in the new high school, in September 2023. The CdC having delivered the work incumbent on it around the realization of the two facilities, middle school and high school. The opportunity to announce the continuation of the renovation of the Jacques Prévert school in Salles, the development of the socio-cultural center project and the success of the Rézo Pouce carpooling and hitchhiking service.
Cyrille Declerq, the mayor of Belin-Béliet, clarified that the Aliénor school renovation project is coming to an end and that the treatment of red water continues. This Thursday evening, the city councilor arrived soaked, again faced with flooding problems in his town.
4 In 2023: habitat, water treatment and economy
Emmanuelle Tostain, Mayor of Lugos and Ghislaine Charles, Mayor of Saint-Magne then presented the 2023 projects. a wastewater treatment plant in Salles (project worth 6 million euros), the extension of that of Belin-Béliet, the development of the rainwater master plan, the construction of a 3e coworking and a 3e business hotel, the reception of an Insercycles office, the renovation of schools and experimentation with the collection of bio-waste in Salles at a voluntary drop-off point.
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Arcachon basin: for twenty years, the five municipalities of the Val de l’Eyre have been moving forward hand in hand