Soller town hall has had to make an urgent adjustment to the schedule for so-called sustainable investments this year. In essence, these investments - and they apply to all town halls - are what can be made from the previous year's surplus. They are regulated by national legislation for budgetary stability. Work related to them has to be awarded (contracts arrived at) by the end of the year. It typically also has to be completed by the end of the year, but there is leeway if work has to roll over into the following year. But this is on the basis that the spending has been made (or at least ring-fenced) in advance.
Soller having to adjust this year's "sustainable investments"
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