Puerto Vallarta has been a hub of activity, as always! From construction companies facing punishment for abandonment to vacation revenue, this seaside town has it all. Here are some of the latest headlines from Puerto Vallarta!
First up, we have the collective meeting with state officials regarding the verificentro. The collectives promised not to fine or operate for verification. However, they did not disclose how long this promise would last. Well, that's comforting, isn't it? It's like promising not to eat any more ice cream but not saying when the promise expires.
Moving on to construction companies, a councilman has promised that those who abandoned Seapal works will not go unpunished. It's good to hear that they're being held accountable for their actions. We can only hope that this sends a message to other companies who may be thinking about abandoning their projects.
In other news, there are no plans to renew traffic lights in Puerto Vallarta. Well, that's just great. We can't wait for the traffic to be even more chaotic. Good luck to all the drivers out there!
The Las Juntas sports unit urgently needs lighting and security. Safety should always be a top priority, especially when it comes to sports. We hope that the authorities take action quickly to address this issue.
On a brighter note, Puerto Vallarta captured a whopping 1,675 million pesos in vacation revenue. That's a lot of money! We hope that this revenue can be used to improve the infrastructure and services in the city.
In the world of religion, the patron saint festivities of the Holy Cross have begun, led by Priest Esteban Salazar Gonzalez. It's always great to see different cultural and religious celebrations taking place in Puerto Vallarta.
On the beach, Semarnat has assured us that they do not have updated permits for beach umbrella rentals. It's important to protect our beautiful beaches, and we hope that the authorities take the necessary measures to ensure that regulations are being followed.
Congratulations to Vallarta's basketball players for winning the title in a national competition! We're proud of you!
Unfortunately, the Crucero del Pitillal is deteriorated and dangerous for pedestrians. We hope that the authorities take action to fix this issue and make it safe for everyone.
The Villa Group has revalidated Preverisk certificates of international standards. It's good to know that they're committed to maintaining high standards and providing quality services to their customers.
Lastly, a clandestine garbage dump has been found in Loma Bonita Creek. This is not only unsightly but also poses a threat to the environment and wildlife. We hope that the authorities can locate those responsible and hold them accountable. Puerto Vallarta is a city with a lot of activity and news. Stay tuned for more updates, folks!