The Balearics High Court has ordered that Pollensa's mayor, Tomeu Cifre, should pay a fine of 100 euros for every ten days that its ruling regarding the demolition of a house on the Calvari steps is not complied with. This case dates back to 1992 when the town hall granted a licence for the house to be built only for a neighbour to then complain because it obstructed the view from the Calvari. Finally, in December last year, the court insisted that demolition should be completed by the start of this month. As it hasn't been, the court has decided to take the action against the mayor, while the town hall faces the prospect of paying compensation to the owner of up to one million euros.
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Wednesday, July 17, 2013
MALLORCA TODAY - Pollensa's mayor to be fined until Calvari house is demolished
Labels: Balearics High Court, Calvari, House demolition, Mallorca, Mayor fined, Pollensa, Tomeu Cifre
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