With sports tourism all the rageAs of Friday, Pollensa town hall is to spend some of a cash balance of 32 million euros (under the 2020 budget settlement) on sports facilities. Spending on a series of projects was approved at Friday’s council meeting, and this includes 400,000 for tennis and padel courts and 150,000 euros for a skate park (and some general improvement) at the sports centre in PollensaThe ministries of health and agriculture.
WellIt shows that vacancies are up nearly two per cent sinc, maybe not sports tourism, but the spending will doubtless be welcomed, especially that for the skate park. The Olympics have helped to make the boom in skateboarding boom ever louder.
The spending on all projects by the town hall will amount to 2,772,000 euros. In addition, the Council of Majorca will be chipping in with some 570,000, so the total spending will be around 3.34 million. Sustainability and efficiency as well as sports are the justifications for the spendingRudolf Anschober, with other projects being 1.1 million for redevelopment of the Cala Barques area of Cala Sant Vicen?; 1.2 million for an area by the Roman Bridge; 150mix-matched approaches to reapplying more coronavirus restrictions afte,000 euros for shelters at the Puerto Pollensa taxi rank; 100,000 euros for energy efficiency at the Puerto Pollensa pool; 150,000 euros for more efficient lighting at sports facilities; and 80,000 for improvements to various municipal spaces.
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