Herradura First Councillor, Juan José Ruiz Joya, accused Councillor Tejero of “irresponsibility” for having “somehow” given drivers to understand that they no longer would have to pay blue-zone parking.
One day you can park in front of your home for free, the next you wake up in a blue zone. This is what happened to the neighbourhood of Las Explanadas in Motril.
The Motril Town Hall has decided to carry out a study of its surface parking system, with a little help from Granada University.
Almuñécar has opened up temporary parking in the P-4, just behind the Las Góndolas buildings – this is the building plot for the proposed law courts.
The IU Spokesman in Salobreña, Angel Coello, quickly responded to Mª Carmen Rodríguez Callejón’s (Councillor for Citizen Safety) press release.
In a recent Plenary Meeting of the Salobreña Town Council the definitive approval of blue-zone parking was passed.
The Almuñécar Town Hall has amended the regulations for parking in Blue Zone areas, taking advantage of the fact that the lease is about to be renewed.
Any driver that approached a blue-zone parking-ticket machine in the centre of Guadix on the Monday the 4th had the agreeable surprise to find them inoperative!
The Motril Town Hall has just announced that 2013 will see up to a 200% increase in the price of fines in blue-zone parking. It’s not an across-the-board increase, however but depends on the type of infraction.
Whilst the Almuñécar Town Hall announces that underground parking charges will be slashed by nearly half, the IU councillor, Fermín Tejero says that it could have gone further…