now settling down in their offices.
The Mayor of Andratx, Xisco Femeníes of the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) was congratulated by the civil servants, one of whom said “it was about time we heard laughter in the corridors,” a reference to the problems which have hit Andratx, including a corruption scandal which forced the former Mayor to resign.

Femeníes said that he and his team planned to “modernise a big town hall which worked in an old fashioned way.” Femeníes will be Mayor for two years, after which he will hand over the wand of office to one of his partners.
In Manacor, Antoni Pastor of the Partido Popular (PP) was elected for his second consecutive term, thanks to a pact with the two independent councillors of Portocristo.

One of the conditions of the pact was that the independents would have control of the planning department.
The biggest challenge, he said, is the general development plan, which will allow the council to provide the amenities which the town needs.
Joan Comes, the Mayor of Sa Pobla, said it was “a normal day, but one of special sensations.” His first appointment was with the outgoing Mayor Antoni Serra to discuss the most important matters. He has taken leave of absence from his job in the agriculture ministry to dedicate himself full time to the Mayor's office.

Josep Barrientos (PSOE) the Mayor of Son Servera, said that his priorities would be cleaning, security and schools. One of the first things he will do is have talks with representatives of the hoteliers. He will also give priority to bringing the train to Son Servera, build a bike only lane and build new schools in Son Servera and Cala Millor.

The youngest of the Mayors in Majorca is Francesc Miralles (PSOE), 28, who will rule Algaida for the next four years. He had already served as a town councillor but consulted family and friends before deciding to seek the office of Mayor.

The oldest Mayor of Majorca is Jaume Perello, 63, of the Majorcan Union (UM).
He was Mayor between 1997 and 1999 and began his political career as an Independent, winning a seat on the council in 1991. He is a shoolteacher by profession.now settling down in their offices.

The Mayor of Andratx, Xisco Femeníes of the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) was congratulated by the civil servants, one of whom said “it was about time we heard laughter in the corridors,” a reference to the problems which have hit Andratx, including a corruption scandal which forced the former Mayor to resign.

Femeníes said that he and his team planned to “modernise a big town hall which worked in an old fashioned way.” Femeníes will be Mayor for two years, after which he will hand over the wand of office to one of his partners.
In Manacor, Antoni Pastor of the Partido Popular (PP) was elected for his second consecutive term, thanks to a pact with the two independent councillors of Portocristo.

One of the conditions of the pact was that the independents would have control of the planning department.
The biggest challenge, he said, is the general development plan, which will allow the council to provide the amenities which the town needs.
Joan Comes, the Mayor of Sa Pobla, said it was “a normal day, but one of special sensations.” His first appointment was with the outgoing Mayor Antoni Serra to discuss the most important matters. He has taken leave of absence from his job in the agriculture ministry to dedicate himself full time to the Mayor's office.

Josep Barrientos (PSOE) the Mayor of Son Servera, said that his priorities would be cleaning, security and schools. One of the first things he will do is have talks with representatives of the hoteliers. He will also give priority to bringing the train to Son Servera, build a bike only lane and build new schools in Son Servera and Cala Millor.

The youngest of the Mayors in Majorca is Francesc Miralles (PSOE), 28, who will rule Algaida for the next four years. He had already served as a town councillor but consulted family and friends before deciding to seek the office of Mayor.

The oldest Mayor of Majorca is Jaume Perello, 63, of the Majorcan Union (UM).
He was Mayor between 1997 and 1999 and began his political career as an Independent, winning a seat on the council in 1991. He is a shoolteacher by profession.

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