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Nicoya Lost Two Board Member Seats in the Next Elections
By Oliver Pérez

In the February 7th national elections, 32 candidates for landowner board members from 7 political parties challenged the five seats the Nicoya Municipality will have, and the same number of substitutes. The reduction from seven to five councilors should be the last information supplied by the National Institute of Statistics and Census, which reported that this canton accounts for only 1% of the country’s population; only Liberia will have seven since it has 2% of the national population.

Nicoya reported a population of 41.519, the equivalent of 1%.

The board members, councilmen and town councilors form the Municipal Council. They are something similar to representatives, but with cantonal jurisdiction. According to Municipal Code, it is up to them to set the rates and prices of municipal services, approve concessions, name auditors and agree upon the plebiscites celebration and other mechanisms of referendum.

The councilmen that arrive at City Hall on May 1st will handle around 2,000 million colones for the Nicoya canton.

More Regional News

Mayor Vetoes Council Agreement Giving
Permission for opening of Nosara Gas Station

Based on Position No. DSJ-01-01-2010 of the municipal department of Legal Direction, mayor Luis Eduardo Gutiérrez had support to veto the agreement of the board members in the December 21st municipal session to give permission for the Nosara Service Station to begin selling gasoline. Gutierrez, in the January 4th session, vetoed that agreement. More >

Community Must Take First Steps Toward Extended Operation Hours at Ebais Sámara

As highlighted the in the December 2009 issue of The Voice of Nosara, “the Nicoya Municipality, in partnership with La Fuerza Publica and PROJECT OF ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT aka POUND, called the first of several Nosara and Samara communities meetings…to bring all local community groups, non-profit organizations, churches, schools, businesses and concerned residents together to inform how to apply for municipality funding by creating a community-based development plan”. More >

Police Report Progress in Fight Against Crime

Nosara’s new Tourist Police stationed at Playa Guiones, working with a new team of Fuerza Publica officers stationed at the village center of Nosara, have substantially raised the visibility of law enforcement efforts since arriving in November. More >

 

 

 

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