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Torrevieja Bollards Banished

Controversial bollards on Torrevieja’s Calle Caballero de Rodas and in adjacent streets that saw mayor, José Manuel Dolón, suffer a series of punctured tyres in 2015, are being removed by the council. The bollards were put in place seven years ago by the previous Partido Popular administration, with a number of vehicles suffering punctures and

More Public Toilets for Torrevieja?

A Torrevieja politician has called on the council to have more public toilets open around the city. Pilar Gómez from the Ciudadanos party has put down a motion saying that the toilets by the seafront promenade should be open all year round, with the current Mayor, José Manuel Dolón, pledging to improve the provision of

Torrevieja Commemorates International Day for Violence against Women

Torrevieja council held a minute’s silence last Friday in the city’s Plaza de la Constitución, as part of the commemorations of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Council members led by mayor José Manuel Dolón and social welfare councillor, África Celdrán, led the ceremony which included a symbolic release of balloons.

No News Regarding Torrevieja Boardwalk Improvements

Torrevieja mayor José Manuel Dolón has written to the Alicante Provincial Council to find out why no work has started on the project for improving the boardwalk in the city between Punta Margalla and Avenida de las Habaneras. The project was being funded by Torrevieja council and the Alicante Provincial council and is meant to

Wasted Chance

Torrevieja council has missed out on a 100-thousand-euro grant from the Alicante Provincial Council for helping in the costs of transferring rubbish, with mayor José Manuel Dolón blaming a council official for not making sure that a form was sent before he went on holiday. The money was part of a regional subsidy to move

Carmen’s Call

An opposition Partido Popular councillor is calling on work to be finished on building a park in the El Chaparral area of Torrevieja, after the project was suspended 15 months ago due to the budget being spent and issues concerning the work contracts. The 40-thousand-square-metre area was being redeveloped by members of the Mediterraneo employment

Custom Ready

Torrevieja council wants the city’s old Customs building to be used as a headquarters office for the annual Habaneras choir competition. The 75-year-old premises are owned by the Tax Agency, with Torrevieja mayor José Manuel Dolón confirming that the council have been in negotiations for a few months to take over the port-based heritage property.

Well And Truly Binned

Torrevieja council’s plans to take over the area’s waste collection service from a private company have been scrapped, after the authority’s 2016 budget plans were voted down at a council meeting last Friday. Torrevieja mayor, José Manuel Dolón, was forced to announce an official U-turn for his “rubbish” plan on Tuesday, after opposition Partido Popular and Ciudadanos councillors vetoed the coalition government

Coming Soon?

Plans to upgrade the N-332 around Torrevieja into a dual-carriageway are moving closer to reality according to Torrevieja mayor, José Manuel Dolón, who says he’s had a letter from the Ministerio de Fomento (Development Ministry) in Madrid stating that the process to approve the project would start “soon”.  Dolón added that the letter recognised how important

Coming Soon?

Plans to upgrade the N-332 around Torrevieja into a dual-carriageway are moving closer to reality according to Torrevieja mayor, José Manuel Dolón, who says he’s had a letter from the Ministerio de Fomento (Development Ministry) in Madrid stating that the process to approve the project would start “soon”.   Dolón added that the letter recognised how

Coming Soon?

Plans to upgrade the N-332 around Torrevieja into a dual-carriageway are moving closer to reality according to Torrevieja mayor, José Manuel Dolón, who says he’s had a letter from the Ministerio de Fomento (Development Ministry) in Madrid stating that the process to approve the project would start “soon”.   Dolón added that the letter recognised how

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