By Euro Weekly News Media • 10 October 2011 • 11:04
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MIJAS town hall has begun to remove kiosks and tables which did not have a valid municipal license from the local streets.
This measure, which is being carried out by the Public Roads Council and the municipal operative service providers, also applies to any kiosks or tables which were not being used or which were being sublet.
In most cases, according to the town hall, they prevent pedestrians from passing and were carrying out activities which were not registered with the tax office or social security.
All owners were sent notification and given 15 days to remove them, but the town hall will remove those that remain in place, and they have been taken to the ‘Servicios Operativos’ warehouse in La Cala de Mijas, where they can be collected.
The town hall is going to allow kiosks to continue selling but the structures will be more permanent and all the same design.
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