La Caixa, with a budget for 2011 of half a billion euros, offers various programs around Spain with the aim of combating poverty.
In an odd move for a modern-day politician, the Socialist mayor of Loja has asked the opposition parties, the PP and the CpL (Loja Party), to lend a hand in formulating the Town Hall’s budget.
Thirty-three property tax receipts (IBI) were found billowing about a Loja street.
A new guide has been published in Loja highlighting the town’s cultural history. Sixty-five landmarks have been chosen for the route, which the authors hope will interest not only the locals, but also tourists and teachers.
Restoration work on the Loja Imperial Theatre uncovered, as is common in Spain, the remains of Nazari edifications, which are to be incorporated in the rejuvenated building, so that visitors can experience culture upstairs and history, from the 15th century, downstairs.
The symbolic first stone has been laid by the Mayor for the construction of the largest sports complex in the province. Swimming pools, gyms, workout rooms, tennis and paddle courts, a spa, a Jacuzzi, all to be built with the aim of improving health.
Work on the new hospital in Loja will commence slowly in January, according to Elvira Ramón, Granada’s Socialist Secretary for Municipal Affairs. One hundred and eighty new jobs will be created in the first year alone, she added.
Not only will Loja not see an increase in taxes next year, but, in some cases, it will also see a decrease.
After invading South Africa, Iran and Israel, Loja is now setting its sights on China, which is accepting the importation of 72 thousand litres of olive oil.
Termites are on the verge of bringing many buildings in the old town down about inhabitants of Íllora’ ears. For the past fifteen years the voracious critters have succeeded in creating huge colonies up to two metres below ground.