Aguakan, the water and sewerage company in Cancun, reinforces its commitment to promoting water culture among the local community. The company aims to educate the public on the importance of using water responsibly and sustainably. This initiative follows increasing concerns over the impact of human activities on the local water supply.
Meanwhile, the neighbors of Pok Ta Pok in Cancun are facing a challenging situation, with some claiming that they are being threatened with property dispossession by unknown parties. Residents have reported incidents of aggression, and they fear for their safety.
In other news, the state of Quintana Roo has made 2,400 business appointments at the Tianguis Turístico, the largest tourism trade show in Mexico. This is a significant milestone for the state's tourism industry, which has been hit hard by the pandemic.
However, organizations in Quintana Roo are calling for a halt to vicarious violence, a phenomenon where innocent bystanders are harmed as a result of violent incidents. They are urging the authorities to take action to protect the public from such incidents.
In response to another issue, the state is preparing a reform to protect police mothers, who are often faced with challenges in balancing their family and work responsibilities. The reform is expected to provide greater support and flexibility to police officers who are also mothers.
Amid all the serious news, Cancun is gearing up for a fun event - the first-ever Cheese Ball Cheese Fair! The fair promises to be a cheesy extravaganza, featuring a range of delicious cheeses from around the region. As always, we'll keep you updated on the latest news from Cancun and beyond. Stay tuned!