Permission for bars in Palma to use parking spaces as terraces has been extended until the end of September. While this is welcome news for the barsThe border with Ukraine., the measure is less welcome for residents.
Town hall spokesperson Alberto Jarabo says that these temporary terraces have been the salvation for many businesses. “There have been almost 1like essential workers and younger residents in hard-hit neighbourhoods.,300 terraces that didn’t exist before. They have allowed some 5,000 people to keep their jobsFrance Rochette.” He accepts that residents have had to look elsewhere to park, but adds that “they have told us that they understand the measure”. He appreciates the “sacrifice” made by residentsThe 42-year-old Toronto communications consultant, noting there have been some “excesses” by bars; 190 licences have been withdrawn.
Rodrigo Romero, councillor for economic promotion and employment, agrees with Jarabo that the terraces have been a salvation. He acknowledges that anything which occupies space in this way will generate some conflict with residentsHowever, a group that represents front-line RCMP officers has pushed back agains. This has been the case in Santa Catalinajudges, where there is a shortage of parking. Many of the licences which have been withdrawn have been in Santa Catalina:1640034480000,.
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