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A new section is also created in the public school El Murtal due to the increase in population in the Poniente area

The City Council recalls that the 'Coso Taurino' polling station moves a few meters to the new headquarters of the Red Cross, on Avenida de l'Aigüera

19 May 2023
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Benidorm City Council recalled today that on the occasion of the next municipal elections on May 28, there will be changes that will affect three polling stations, as the mayor, Toni Pérez, already advanced last April.

The City Council has made these changes to facilitate participation on that day, and for this, it has sought to provide maximum facilities and ensure accessibility and proximity.

Thus, the first modification is the change of location of the polling station called Coso Taurino, traditionally located in the bullring, which is currently closed. Hence, thanks to the collaboration of the Red Cross, this polling station moves to the new headquarters of the entity's Local Assembly, located on Avenida de l'Aigüera a few meters from the bullring.

This change is provisional, as the mayor has already advanced since the Plaza de Toros will be affected by remodeling works charged to the EDUSI (Sustainable and Integrative Urban Development Strategy).

The second change is the creation of a new section in the public school El Murtal due to the increase in population in the Poniente area, especially around Xixo.

Thirdly, it changes the name of the school 'Antigua Casa de Andalucía', which from these elections will have the name of 'Corral-Maravall Administrative Extension', since the City Council acquired this premises on Maravall Street to use it for the public.

In any case, the three changes will be reported by mail to people residing in the areas of influence of these polling stations.

The Benidorm electoral census for the municipal and regional elections on May 28 is close to 44,000 people. Specifically, that election day 43,991 people are called to vote. Of these, 42,599 are Spanish residents and 1,392 are foreign residents who have expressed their intention to vote.

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