The city hall was packed for yesterday's plenary session, with representatives of neighbourhood associations of Coll d'en Rabassa eager for news about the area and workers from the biergartens in the Playa de Palma, complaining of the council's treatment of their bars. The main item on the agenda was the decision to cede Torre d'en Pau, in Coll d'en Rebassa, to the central ministry of the environment, who will open a centre for the Cabrera National Park and will guarantee the use of the area by residents. The motion was carried by the votes of the conservative Popular Party (PP), despite the opposition of the PSOE (Spanish Socialist Workers Party) and EU-EV (United Left-The Greens) and the abstention of UM (Majorcan Union) and PSM (Majorcan Socialist Party). The ministry plans to spend 2'200 million pesetas on creating 3'000 square metres of offices and show rooms and renovating the gardens.


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