Car park protest

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Res­i­dents and mem­bers of Ori­huela Costa po­lit­i­cal party CLARO demon­strated on Satur­day at the coun­cil car park next to Ze­nia Boule­vard shop­ping cen­tre. CLARO sug­gested that it could be used to house a cul­tural cen­tre, which would in­clude a li­brary, an au­di­to­rium, a mu­sic school and rooms for train­ing cour­ses and meet­ings. Ori­huela Costa has 20,005 reg­is­tered res­i­dents, but no such fa­cil­i­ties and the ex­ist­ing civic cen­tre can only be used by el­derly res­i­dents. The cham­ber of com­merce sug­gested the coun­cil charge for the car park and in­vest the money in com­merce and trade cam­paigns to ben­e­fit lo­cal res­i­dents. They pointed out that the car park can be used for free by all com­ers.

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