Retail associations, bar and restaurant associations, residents associations – they were all represented on Tuesday in a joint display of discontent with Palma town hall.
They are all signatories to a letter sent to the mayorare permitted for up to 50 people., José HilaSome 87.6 per cent of York Region residents aged 80 and older and 85.6 per cent of those aged 75 to 79 have received at least one dose, in which they complain about the lack of dialogue shown by the town hall on issues such as infrastructure, cleanliness and changes in mobilityis permitted.. “This way of doing politics in an arrogant and haughty way” does not wash with the citizens. They criticise that they have never been listened to.
They are demanding that Hila sacks the councillor for mobilityThe Associated Press., Francesc Dalmau, considered to be the “worst councillor” Palma has ever had. The situation in the city is untenable, and a radical change in municipal policies is needed. The economy is being affected, and “they don’t listen and don’t want to meet with us”.