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MANCEBO LAUNCHES COSTA PETITIONS

CLR’s Pedro Mancebo this week launched 2 new petitions to help improve Orihuela Costa.
The first petition deplores the dangerous and third world condition of our schools and demands:
1. The completion of the senior school in Orihuela Costa
2. The co…

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Pedro Mancebo with Ray Kearney

CLR’s Pedro Mancebo this week launched 2 new petitions to help improve Orihuela Costa.

The first petition deplores the dangerous and third world condition of our schools and demands:

1. The completion of the senior school in Orihuela Costa

2. The completion of an additional primary school in Orihuela Costa

3. The immediate relocation to safe ground of the temporary secondary school

4. The immediate repair of the temporary structures to make them weatherproof and to comply with health and safety regulations.

The second petition is about “Free roads for Orihuela Costa”. The petition demands the removal of the AP7 toll at La Zenia, which is strategically placed in the centre of the mainly expat Orihuela Costa community. This toll is a draconian burden on the residents, visitors and businesses of Orihuela Costa.

You can download a petition in up to eight languages and find a list of over 30 “signing and collection points” on www.clr-orihuelacosta.com The locations include: Spud Murphy’s in Flamenca Beach, Cafeteria Gourmet in Zenia Boulevard, Slievenamon on the Cabo Roig strip, Damo’s Bar in Via Park 3 Los Altos, Belushi’s Bar in Via Park 5 Dream Hills and the Sophia Wellness Centre in La Regia.

If you wish to find out more about the CLR and their leader the party hold regular meetings in the Orihuela Costa which are usually led by local
businessman Raymond Kearney.

The supporter’s group is made up mostly of local residents who have become frustrated by the neglect and alleged corruption of previous governments and who want to improve their new home town for themselves, their families and their neighbours.

Meetings are held at Sophia Wellness Centre, La Regia. Forthcoming dates:

Open Meeting Thursday 25th April 6pm – 7.30pm
Social Evening Friday 3rd May 7.30pm – 11.30pm
Q&A Session Thursday 9th May 6pm -7.30pm
Open Meeting Thursday 23rd May 6pm – 7.30pm
Social Evening Friday 31st May 7.30pm – 11.30pm
Q&A Session Thursday 6th June 6pm – 7.30pm

Filed under: http://www.theleader.info/article/38647/

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