Senate Approves Investigation of CRIM
To Probe Agency’s Structural Capacity and Human Resources
In the continuation of its work during the Puerto Rico Legislative Assembly’s second extraordinary session, Senate Resolution 613 was passed to conduct an investigation into the Municipal Revenue Collections Center (CRIM by its Spanish acronym), focusing on its structural capacity to comply with its obligations regarding the revenue to which it is entitled.
The legislative piece, introduced by Aguadilla/Mayagüez District Sen. Migdalia González Arroyo and Guayama District Sen. Gretchen Hau, maintains that there are areas for which certain information is necessary to be able to run an effective system so that CRIM can perform its function properly.
“For this reason, with the passage of this piece of legislation, [the intent] is to investigate the reasons for the problems that CRIM has faced, and point out alternatives to improve the deficiencies,” reads the measure referred to the Legal and Municipal Affairs and Housing committees.
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