In an Extraordinary Plenary meetings of the Almuñécar Town Council on Wednesday the 14th, the governing party pushed through a controversial motion.
The Almuñécar Town Hall held an Extraordinary Plenary meeting of the council on Friday the 19th – it was a bit bumpy.
Motril councillor, María Ángeles Escámez, pointed out that Puntalón, lying on a crossroads between Ventanilla, Los Tablones & Garnatilla, needs a pharmacy.
Town Hall is contemplating adjusting local by-laws to control the use of TV screens viewable on bar terraces; i.e., outside the bar.
One of the most urgent items discussed in the Monday Plenary Meeting of the Town Council in Almuñécar was the plight of Carmenes del Mar.
The plenary meeting of the Almuñécar Town Council resulted in the Mayor’s party being outvoted by the combined opposition. The CA (Benavides) and the PSOE voted against.
The Town Council met Friday morning on the 19th of April and approved the municipal budget with all parties (IU, PSOE, PA & PP) voting in favour, except the CA party.
The Plenary Meeting of the Almuñécar Town Council was brief by normal standards but loaded with importance; the 2013 Budget had to be approved.
The last Plenary Meeting of the Almuñécar Town Council in 2012 only took five minutes. The points for voting was the settling of outstanding debts, resignations and loans.