The Town Hall has been beset lately by fines and negative court sentences, but this Xmas they learned that they don’t have to cough up ten million.
Any doubts as to the fate of hitherto parking spaces on Almuñécar’s Avenida de Andalucía has now been dispelled – they’ve all gone.
The Mayor, Trinidad Herrera, has announced that 800,000 will be spent on the Paseo del Altillo, opening it to 2-way traffic.
After a year of the underground car park underneath the market being closed, stall holders are angry and bitter, to say the least.
As if it were not a problem enough for summer parking the Market underground car park remain closed, now there are problems with the San Cristóbal one.
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.
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…
What exactly is going on? What exactly does the Town Hall have against car owners? Why is it going out of its way to turn people away? Is it short-sighted lunacy or something worse; more sinister? These are questions that must have crossed just about everybody’s mind at some point during the summer. Yes, the…
PP claim they prevented the PSOE, IU and the PA from taking out a lawsuit against members of the Velilla and San Cristóbal