Sunday’s local elections will have two new polling stations in Sitges: the municipal market and the Maria Ossó school. These two public spaces incorporate the changes that have arisen in the map of polling stations, since four previous sites will no longer be used as venues to cast a vote.
The municipal market will host the voting tables that until now were intended for the Museu Romàntic and the Oasis Tourism Office. The fact that the museum is temporarily closed for refurbishment and the Tourism Office has transferred its services from the Oasis to Can Milà means that both venues will no longer serve as electoral venues.
The other two venues that are no longer being used for voting are the Design Centre building, which serves as the headquarters of the Institute of Arts Barcelona – and the Hospital de Sant Joan Baptista, which, following health criteria since the onset of the the Covid pandemic, has ruled out hosting any other activity that is not residential.
Another change is in ‘les Botigues’ of Sitges. Citizens who previously voted in the OAC of this urbanisation will now do so in the Municipal Local of Les Terrasses.
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