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An Extraordinary Meeting of the Town Council of Marbella, held on 16th of December, has definitively approved the 2015 municipal budgets, committed to recovery, employment and social policies.

The budgets amount to 250.072.863 euros, with a 16% increase on last year and, as explained by Local Government spokesperson, Félix Romero, “it is as a result of a complex process that has produced solvent and balanced accounts”.

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The Christmas programme is presented

Thursday, 04 December 2014

The Programme for Christmas and The Three Kings ranging from 27th of November to 5th of January, is a program that has been designed to reach every corner of our town and is packed full of cultural, artistic, sporting and recreational events, to ensure that everyone but particularly the little ones, can enjoy these wonderful festivities in which the magic of Christmas shines through each and every part of the Programme of Events.

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From 30th of July to 3rd of August of 2015, the Adolfo Suarez Conference Hall will host the Marbella Art Fair, presented in Madrid as a must-see event within the international calendar. Close to 50 prestigious galleries from around the world will be taking part in this gathering promoted by the Argentinian entrepreneur Alejandro Zaia, who will be the event’s director.

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This Friday, Marbella paid an emotional tribute to Manolo Santana, who now has his own kilometric marker on the seafront promenade. The former tennis player was most charming during the event and joked “when I need to meet up with my friends I can tell them to meet me at my kilometre.” Santana thanked the town for this gesture and recognition, and added “I carry the name of Marbella with me with pride wherever I go ".

Manolo Santana is one of the best Spanish athletes in history, who shone at tennis at a time when this sport was barely practiced in Spain, and he managed to reach the very top.

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The municipal Councillor for Cleaning Services, Eloy Ortega, today explained that the Town Council “as part of its commitment to sustainability and respect for the environment” is installing ecological containers throughout the town.

Specifically, from the year 2011 and with the provisions of 2015, the town will have a total of 1.250 containers of up to 1.100 litres capacity and another 1.800 bins of 120 litres, which are 100% ‘green made’, in other words, the material used in their manufacture is of vegetable origin (sugar cane).

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