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Lately, it has become more and more frequent in the north of Fuerteventura and on the island in general to find traces of human activity in the natural environment with graffitis, inscriptions, carvings or stone mounds. In order to try to prevent this situation, La Oliva's Ayuntamiento and the Canarian Foundation Telesforo Bravo Juan Coello are collaborating to organise an awareness campaign aimed at tourists and residents. The Foundation Telesforo Bravo Juan Coello that has a similar programme called “Pasa sin huella” (Go through without a trace), has proposed a programme of awareness discussions in the municipality's schools. The scientific and cultural organisation collaborates with the Ayuntamiento for the cultural and ethnographic diffusion as a member of the ECOTUR Project. .
The Ayuntamiento's Tax Office reminds residents of the importance of updating their personal data used for notifications for both tax dues and for traffic-related fines. The Traffic Councillor, Rafael Benítez, indicated that “lately we have received a few complaints regarding traffic fines”, explaining that according to the procedure, “municipal services send notifications to the home address listed at the General Traffic Department”. This is why the Ayuntamiento is recommending people to go to the Guardia Civil Traffic Department or to the Government Delegation in order to update their personal data. For other subjects, like municipal taxes, the Ayuntamiento notifies taxpayers at the address used for the padrón (registration as a resident at the town hall) and if there are no results, they use the address used at the tax office. Updating your tax personal data In any case, it can be done on the Internet with electronic signature on each administration's website. For traffic related matters, in the Guardia Civil's Traffic department or at the Government Delegation. For taxes due to La Oliva's Ayuntamiento, at the taxpaying department by giving the notification address at the General Registry of La Oliva's Ayuntamiento (c/ Emilio Castellot, 2) or at Corralejo's town hall (c/ María Santana Figueroa), from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am until 2:00 pm.
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