our analysis of the 2021 Fiscal Plan:
In rice and miseries
The approval of this new Fiscal Plan
2021-2022 demonstrates that the Fiscal Control Board, even without having achieved positive changes to the economic restoration of the Island, maintains a threatening posture towards the agencies that make up our fiscal, governmental, environmental, academic and social ecosystem.
The League of Puerto Rican Cities,
in its mission to promote public policies that guarantee the well-being and development of local governments, has developed an analysis of the new Fiscal Plan focused on the impact that its approval will have on municipalities, communities and public entities
of the country.
The League of Puerto Rican Cities unites local governments on the island in a non-partisan effort to improve the quality of life of the Puerto Rican people.
The League was born out of a shared need of the mayors and municipal governments of Puerto Rico to have an entity that unites them in the purpose of strengthening their ability to provide services to the communities of the country.
The League offers training workshops and lectures through the Municipal Training Institute (ICAMU, for its acronym in Spanish), facilitated in conjunction with our partners throughout the year.