..This is the live webcam at North Beach / Playa Norte
The Dry Law will last 48 hours with sanctions for those who violate it
SANCIONES A LOS QUE VIOLEN LA LEY SECA, QUE DURARA 48 HORAS
Jueves, 04 de Julio de 2013 20:43
ISLA MUJERES, 4 de julio.-The state government has announced that the dry law will begin at midnight Friday and end at midnight Sunday. The Director of the Enforcement & Auditing agency, Mario Chable Espinoza explained that establishments located in tourist areas of the municipality shall be authorized to sell alcoholic beverages during the hours of prohibition, provided they are licensed to sell alcoholic beverages with food and they may only provide that service to domestic and international tourists. They may not sell alcohol to residents and will be punished with closure if caught.
Ensure public order for the elections: Before, during & after
Garantizan el orden público en comicios
Jueves, 04 de Julio de 2013 20:43
Antes, durante y después
ISLA MUJERES, 4 de julio.-
The 130 Public Safety (police) officers will be available to respond to any requests by IEQROO to guarantee safe and peaceful elections, with the Navy available for support, to ensure public order during Sunday's elections, both on the island and the mainland. However past experience indicates that the people of Isla Mujeres are aware of the importance of exercising their right to vote in a peaceful manner.Leer más...
Dry Law this weekend
Increased efforts to fight the mosquito that transmits Dengue
The State Secretary of Health said as a result of the rains there has been an increase in cases of Dengue across the state, and beginning on Monday they are increasing efforts of intensive spraying across the state, beginning in the northern areas of Benito Juarez (Cancun) and Isla Mujeres. He said as of Week 24 there were 622 confirmed cases in the state, compared to about 250 cases last year. So far in Isla Mujeres there have been ten cases in the municipality of Isla Mujeres. (In recent years, more cases in Isla Mujeres occurred on the mainland than on the island)
Noticias de El Quintanarroense
|Scarce retail sales|
|Sufficient space for students|
|Suficientes espacios educativos|
Ovidio Lopez. With 2546 children registered to attend preschool, elementary, or middle school in the fall, and with expectations of attendance of ~2600 students there is adequate space for all children when school resumes on August 19. The biggest growth has been on the mainland while the island has had a consistent growth rate of three percent.
|"Panic Buying" of alcoholic beverages||“Compras de pánico” de bebidas embriagantes|
Noticias de Quequi......
Panic at sight of reptile
Closing of school year 2012-2013
|Se venderán bebidas etílicas en las zonas consideradas turísticas. (Lanrry Parra/SIPSE)Can sell alcoholic beverages in areas considered touristic|
Diario La Verdad
No rebound of hotel occupancy
No repunta la ocupación hotelera+] Ver mas
Todo listo para “Abuelito y Abuelita Isla Mujeres 2013” [+] Ver mas
Everything is ready for "Grandmother & Grandfather Isla Mujeres 2013"
Se pronostica buen clima para el domingo [+] Ver mas
Forecast of good weather for Sunday
Se decreta Ley Seca en el municipio+] Ver mas
Dry Law decreed in the municipality
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On the internet in the past 24 hours...
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Last 24 hrs "Time Lapse" of Playa Norte Webcam: LINK
Playa Norte in real time in Isla Mujeres
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