Theft of electricity

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The issue of theft of electricity was brought up by representatives of property owners at the latest community meeting on 13 April 2019, but it was never mentioned in the Minutes (“Acta”). Photo evidence of illegal connection was presented too. The illegal connection to one of the apartments was in place from June 2018 until it was sold and refurbished in the spring of 2021.

It seems it was first in a letter on 25 December 2020 where the Secretary-Administrator mentioned theft of electricity to the property owners, by saying that there are no theft of electricity from neither any neighbours or from the community.

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The provinces of Málaga and Granada, which include Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical, will move into Phase Two on Monday 1 June. People will regain more of their freedom. The timetables for walking and exercising will be revoked, beaches will be open for bathing, swimming pools can be used with 30% of their capacity, etc.

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The provinces of Málaga and Granada, which include Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical, will move into Phase One on Monday 18 May. People will regain some of their freedom and will be allowed to move around within their province, see friends and families, go to bars and restaurants, visit the local shops without an appointment, etc.

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The Spanish Government has decided that only five airports and eight ports can be used for passenger to enter Spain. The decision is valid from 16 May until 24 May, but could be extended.

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The Spanish government has decided to extend the travel restrictions until June 15, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It's mainly Spanish citizens that will be allowed to enter Spanish territories.

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Every one arriving to Spain will have to self-isolate for 14 days as a precaution to prevent the spread of coronavirus. It will apply to residents and non-residents coming from any other country and will take affect from Friday, 15 May.

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Children have been allowed to get out since last Sunday. People will be allowed to get out from Saturday (2 May). One is allowed to carry out non-professional physical outdoors sports or go for walks that do not require contact with others. Timetables are set when different age groups are alowed to get out and the regulations for children under 14 years old have been altered.

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