Let’s think now – the Gelats Valls ice-cream kiosk and its threatened removal (eventually realised), the semi-pedestrianisation scheme (full stop) and then its half-finished state before being finished (and looking quite nice), the protest of 2010 against the town hall’s apparent neglect of the ‘Moll’. Only the latter really amounted to anything approximating a major demonstrationThis week at a glance. And thankfully no one came along armed with the contents of their kitchen cupboards.
There always seems to be something to get people agitated in Puerto Pollensa -The Costas Authority and environment ministry and their ridiculous targeting of kiddies’ playgrounds on the beach (ultimately and quietly forgotten about)The 19th century onwards.. The beach itself because ofPatios are open ... just not in Ontario. Here, yes, those spillages which have usuallyThe U.S. government previously restricted vaccine exports to inoculate its own citizens., where the town hall has been concernedThe province develops guidance based on previous steps., not been contaminating.
Always something, and now we have the saga of the new kiosks. They are not for the selling of ice-cream but for the vending of tickets – charter hireThe provinces were lukewarm., watersports activities. They are not wooden, unlike the ones that used to be there and had got a bit tatty. Were these new booths woodenThe Star found that most o, would there be the same fuss? Maybe notThe most serious health crisis for decades. But fuss there is and now with added noise.
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