Residents in parts of Calvia that are due to be affected by the withdrawal of domestic postal delivery are being assisted by the town hall in submitting appeals against the decision by Correos to the National Competition Commission.

The town hall itself has filed six claims against the decision that will affect around 6,000 residents, with 1,621 of these being in Costa de la Calma and 2,074 in Costa d'en Blanes. Other areas are Sa Porrassa, Sol de Mallorca, Badia de Palma and Castell de Bendinat.

The town hall says that it considers the decision to be unacceptable. The delivery service is essential, it argues, because of the inconvenience and harm that its withdrawal will cause. It is urging residents to send individual appeals to the commission and there is information as to how this can be done on the municipal website and at specific locations.

Each resident will need to sign two documents: the appeal itself and another one that will give consent for the town hall to attach the relevant certificate of registration in Calvia.

To facilitate the process, the documentation can be delivered to the following:
The town hall between 9am and 2pm.
Costa de la Calma at the Santa Ponsa sports centre, C. Riu Sil.
Costa d'en Blanes at Plaça Nouvillas 12 on Friday from 6pm to 8pm.
Sa Porrassa, Badia de Palma and Sol de Mallorca at the Magalluf sports centre, Avda. Las Palmeras.
Castell de Bendinat at the CUC centre, C. Sa Ginesta 7.
In addition, the documentation can be left with the Son Ferrer councillor on Tuesday between 6pm and 8pm at C. Falco 2 and for Cas Català at the same times at Ctra. Andratx 33. It can also be delivered to offices of various associations that are supporting the campaign.