Thursday, November 6, 2014

In Isla Mujeres Daily News & Events Thursday, November 6 The Afternoon Edition

The second issue of The Isla Mujeres Magazine to benefit Isla charities will be published soon, featuring  a variety of talented writers and photographers! Thank-you to everyone who has visited & shared it! 
Check out the Charity document, patronize the supportive businesses & visit the blogs of the talented contributors! Contact me at if you'd like to donate $15 to your fav charity, for an ad. Good causes, good exposure. 100% is contributed. Donations will be totaled, published & turned over to the charities soon...some have already been donated.
Update...The content & layout are finished, and awaiting publication, while I am creating & posting the new ads. It is going slowly because I am busy with other things, your patience is appreciated.     Feel free to copy & share the Charity document! Telling your friends about the Magazine & sharing links helps Isla Charities, too. Your support is appreciated & small efforts add up to big differences. Thanks! 

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   Noticias de Diario de Quintana Roo ....

Total indignation

Agapito speaks out against mistreatment of animals:  Citizen Council sworn in

Reitera Agapito que no solapará maltrato a los animales: Instalan consejo

Lanrry PARRA
ISLA MUJERES, 5 de noviembre.-   Wednesday morning the General Law for Animal Welfare was signed, and the Citizen Council for Animal Welfare & Care was sworn in at the City Hall. The document was signed by the Mayor, Agapito Sanchez Magana, the State Secretary of Ecology & Environment, Rafael Antonio Muñoz Berzunza; Louisa Torrington Sánchez (no title given); Alderman Víctor Osorio and the municipal Director of Urban Development and the Environment, José Villanueva Vargas. This agreement aims to foster better conditions for animals and to ensure their control for a clean and healthy township. 
    The Mayor reiterated the commitment he made during his campaign concerning the control of strays in the streets and to improve the environment of the animals on the island. He expressed concern about the unfortunate event that became known thru social media, and said that the personnel involved are under investigation and will be made available to the relevant authorities.
     "We did not participate and are not complicit with anyone; and we are as outraged as all the people who protect the animals," said the Mayor. He said the City government has all its doors open, and now that this has occurred, no NGO will be left out (Non Governmental Organization). He said everyone  should be committed to working together to care and protect living things.
      Sr. Munoz Burzunza said this is a process, as it is with state authorities, to form partnerships with the NGO's to work together to provide proposals and initiatives, and now it is necessary to help them, and society. He urged the community of Isla Mujeres to generate innovative plans that respect and reflect this Animal Welfare Law. 
     Officials attending the event included Joaquín Poot Acosta, Police Chief (Director of Public Safety & Transport); Tarhin Sadat, Director of Health; and José de Jesús Gonzales, NGO president, among others. Members of various NGOs attended, as well as the general public, and students from the Middle School “Presidente Benito Juárez”.

El próximo día 24

Lanrry PARRA
ISLA MUJERES, 5 de noviembre.- 
The Mayor lead this event, which included slogans:  “Que no te deje el barco, ¡no te quedes sin estudiar!” y “Ánimo con el estudio”. He confirmed his commitment that education is the most significant and important part of his term of government, and therefore offering scholarships  to students is a priority. 
     The registration of Island students for ferry transport scholarships will take place November 24-28, and the results will be delivered on December 19th. Locations and times to register are given in the article, as well as the requirements. The event was attended by a variety of officials, and some are listed in the article. 

This is from the City gov site on FB...
A todos los estudiantes de la Isla los invitamos cordialmente a ser parte del programa de becas preparado para ustedes. El período de registro iniciará el 24 de Noviembre.


Promotion as a destination in Canada: Group of 22 travel agents

Arriba grupo de 22 agentes de viajes

Lanrry PARRA
 A group of  22 Canadian travel agents visited the island from 11am to 6pm to become familiar with the attractions of this destination. Their tour included the Turtle Farm/Tortugranja, Villa Rolandi´s, South Point/Punta Sur, Garrafón Park, and North Beach/ Playa Norte. This was coordinated by the Office of Convention and Visitors in Cancun (CVB).                

ISLA MUJERES, 4 de noviembre.- A        

Medio centenar de trabajadores se queja de maltratos y discriminación

There was a demonstration by about 50 workers of the five star Aluxes hotel for about five hours, who claimed their superiors treat them in a manner that is rude and discriminatory, which ultimately becomes harassment. The strikers included kitchen workers, bartenders, waiters, maids, and general maintenance workers. The straw that broke the camel's back was when one of the bosses was visibly intoxicated, and his associate simply said he could go home and rest, without doing anything against this behavior.  .
   The employees said if this happens with the laboring workers, they are terminated immediately and completely, even if they are not drunk and only have the smell of alcohol on their breath. They say the bosses are of Spanish nationality and think they are superior to the Mexican workers. The protesting workers were asking for the dismissal of two of the Spanish bosses.
    They returned to work after the five hour event, conditionally, after negotiations with their union representatives and the hotel representatives. An agreement was made to respond to the employees on Thursday, November 6 regarding their demand to fire the two bosses.
Lanrry PARRA

ISLA MUJERES, 4 de noviembre.-

Del municipio, con la ciudad de Pensacola, Florida

Lanrry PARRA
Yesterday a "Sister Cities" agreement was signed with Pensacola, Florida, and in previous years the Island had done this with Havana, Cuba. Agapito Magaña Sanchez, mayor, led the inauguration and said the twinning helps to consolidate Isla Mujeres as a great tourist destination with a strong sense of historical identity, friendliness and warmth.
   The general secretary of the municipal government; Jose Jesus Castillo Magaña said Isla Mujeres is no stranger to the processes of economic integration and globalization taking place today on the world stage. He stressed that rather than compete, both cities will be complemented by having a common goal of generating economic development, and thereby improving the welfare of their residents.
   The Committee is composed of hoteliers, restauranteurs, golf cart agency owners, and others. The event was held in the City Council room, and some of the officials attending include Fidel Villanueva, muncipal union representative; Almirante Juan Ramón Alcalá Pignol, comandante of the Quinta (Fifth) Región Naval of Isla Mujeres; aldermen José del Carmen Magaña Guale, Víctor Osorio, y Gustavo Rodríguez Orozco, director of Tourism.

ISLA MUJERES, 4 de noviembre.-

Removal of  Ecology Department employees after animal abuse complaint

Por denuncia de maltrato animal

Lanrry PARRA
The City of Isla Mujeres responded to allegations of animal abuse involving three employees of the municipal Department of Ecology by saying that its position is unconditional respect for the laws that guarantee dignified treatment and respect for animals. For this reason, actions have been initiated to clarify the facts of the matter in question. The Mayor, Agapito Magana Sanchez gave instructions immediately for the transfer of the three employees to other positions from this date, providing transparency in the process of investigation.
   The City is committed to providing all facilities needed to conduct these investigations by the appropriate authorities. The Mayor gave instructions to initiate proceeding through the Contraloría Municipal, (City Comptroller) to implement any sanctions, reprimands, and punishments that may be required to Pedro Canché Cardeña, José Israel Hau Cen, Adrián Magaña Cahuich and the Director of the municipal Ecology Department, Cristina Medina Figueroa, for their actions in the recent events.
   The Mayor said his respect for the laws in unconditional, and they will cooperate and allwo the investigation to take its course in determining and delineating responsibilities. Additionally, the since they were elected, this City administration has always shown an interest and willingness to work "hand in hand" with the various civil associations in the area, in order to live and work together harmoniously. 
ISLA MUJERES, 4 de noviembre.-

 Tvisla Mujeres

This morning, there was a swearing in of the Municipal Citizen's Council for Animal Welfare and Care, (Consejo Ciudadano Municipal para la Atención y el Bienestar Animal) with assistance from Mayor Agapito Magana Sanchez, and from the Secretary of the Environment of Quintana Roo, Rafael Munoz Berzunza.

Con la asistencia del Presidente municipal Agapito Magaña Sánchez y de Rafael Muñoz Berzunza, Secretario de Medio Ambiente de Quintana Roo, esta mañana se procedió a la Instalación y Toma de Protesta del Consejo Ciudadano Municipal para la Atención y el Bienestar Animal.

Opening an investigation against officials in the death of a pet! Everyone has responsibility: Agapito Magana Sanchez
Abren investigación contra funcionarios por la muerte de una mascota! Todos tienen responsabilidad: AMS
We are not complicit in this aberration...those involved will have to take responsibility: Agapito Magana Sanchez, municipal president of Isla Mujeres

No somos cómplices de esta aberración... los involucrados tendrán que asumir su responsabilidad: Agapito Magaña Sánchez, presidente municipal de Isla Mujeres.

Photo: No somos cómplices de esta aberración... los involucrados tendrán que asumir su responsabilidad: Agapito Magaña Sánchez, presidente municipal de Isla Mujeres.
El presidente municipal Agapito Magaña Sánchez encabezó el evento en el que ratificó que la educación es uno de los rubros más importantes y significativos de su gestión, y por eso el brindar becas a los estudiantes es una prioridad 
 The Mayor Agapito Magana Sanchez led an event at which he confirmed that education is one of the most important and significant issues of his time in office, and therefore, providing scholarships for students is a priority.. (4 photos)



Brotherhood between the City of Isla Mujeres and Pensacola, Florida, and Havana, Cuba.

Complaint against Ecology Department workers for electrocuting a dog...the complaint is viral on the social networks
En #IslaMujeres demandan a trabajadores de Ecología por electrocutar a un perro! la denuncia ya es viral en redes

Isla Mujeres alderman vows to investigate the death of pets at the hands of employees of...
Regidor de #IslaMujeres promete investigar el la muerte de mascotas a manos de empleados de…
Isla Mujeres. – Víctor Alfonso Osorio Magaña, presidente de la comisión de Ecología dentro del cabildo, dijo que es necesario abrir una investigación sobre estos hechos, los cuales condenó, pues asegura que ningún animal merece morir de esta manera. ...
Victor Alfonso Osorio Magana, President of the Ecology Commission within the City Council, said that it is necessary to open an investigation about these events, and who is at fault, because surely no animal deserves to die in this manner....

City government investigates the three ecology workers who put a dog to death
Ayuntamiento de #IslaMujeres investiga a 3 trabajadores de ecología por dar muerte a un perro

Quintana Roo is ready to participate at the World Travel Market being celebrated in London. The governor is at the inauguration, as well as the Director of the Tourism Board, Rodolfo Lopez Negrete.
Listo Quintana Roo para el World Travel Market a celebrarse en Londres

Unidad del Vocero's photo.

Noticias de  Quequi......

Suspension of officials


Suspenden a funcionarios

0 06 de noviembre de 2014 
 The Mayor gave instructions for proceedings to begin through the office of the City Comptroller (Contraloría Municipal) of an investigation to impose sanctions and punishments as required by law to city workers  Pedro Canché Cardeña, José Israel Hau Cen, Adrián Magaña Cahuich and the director of Ecology,  Cristina Medina Figueroa for their part in events of recent days. He also reiterated his commitment to work hand in hand with various civil organizations in town. 

Por Carlos Gasca > Quequi.- Los involucrados en el caso del perro asesinado están siendo investigados para castigarlos conforme a la ley.
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Complaint against city personnel for killing a dog
Images were circulating on social networks of a dog that was electrocuted by personnel of the municipal Department of Ecology, generating great indignation. Representatives of the  Comité de Cuidado y Defensa Animal, (Committee for Animal Defense and Care), filed criminal charges on Monday against Pedro Canché Cardeña, Josué Israel Hau Cen, Adrián Magaña Cahuich and the Director of the municipal Ecology Department, Cristina Medina Figueroa. 
        According to the complaint, this act of cruelty occurred to a dog named "Lucky" on October 28 at 7pm at the Hurricane shelter. The complaint says there are witnesses and photographs confirming this action by staff of the Department of Ecology, who are under the supervision of the Director.
   The animal did not have a history of aggressiveness, and had been removed by the staff of Ecology at least twice from the area of the grade school, 'Cesar Mendoza' where he was searching for food. He had been abandoned by his owners and fallen into the habit of hanging around the grade school because the students would feed him.

Noticias de Diario Respuesta...

City presents scholarship program
Isla Mujeres guarantees respect for animals 
Punishment will be applied to three employees of the municipal Ecology Department 
"Sister City" with Pensacola, Florida 

Cambian 'cara' del malecón oriente

Changing the face of the eastern malecon 

  • Written by Diario Respuesta  Jesus Molina
  • Category: Isla Mujeres
Lighting has been installed on the eastern malecon sea walk, and yesterday it was tested for the first time. The lights are of foreign manufacture with solar panels and batteries. They are 18 meters tall and shine in a diameter of 20 meters. They were provided by an investment of 1.25 million pesos.
      In addition to the new lights, the eastern malecon is getting new trash cans, benches, and landscaping, This information was provided by Fernando Bacelis Godoy, administrative director of the construction. They are also finishing work on the bathrooms, which is urgent, because when an event was organized in the Town Square, the area smelt of urine.
Read more: Cambian 'cara' del malecón oriente


Applying punishments to personnel of the Ecology Department
Cold front at this vacation destination 
Since this article was written, they have applied asphalt to this stretch in the photo. The article says the weather is cooperating and the work is progressing well, and should be done on time if there are no setbacks due to weather. Nearly 10 million pesos are being invested in the 2000 meters of asphalt and equipment.

 por esto

 Comité de “Ciudades Hermanas”, instalado[+] Ver mas

Committee of "Sister Cities" installed

Punishment for the brutal death of "Lucky"
Castigo por la brutal muerte de “Lucky” * [+] Ver mas

Mainland students need transportation
Desatendida necesidad de estudiantes[+] Ver mas


Death of "Lucky" must not go unpunished
Muerte de “Lucky” no debe quedar impune [+] Ver mas

Work stoppage at Aluxes hotel
Paro laboral en el hotel Aluxes [+] Ver mas

This is from the City gov site on FB... A huerto is an orchard or garden, semillas are seeds, gallinas are chickens. The cost is 15,000 pesos for everything required, but the government is covering 10,000 residents only pay 2000 up front and the other 3000 in six monthly payments of 500p.

Hoy (yesterday there was a meeting at the City Hall room about this program ) a las 5 pm, en la sala de cabildo, estaremos recibiendo a los interesados del Programa Huertos en Domicilio.
Photo: Hoy a las 5 pm, en la sala de cabildo, estaremos recibiendo a los interesados del Programa Huertos en Domicilio.

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 Charity Info
See tab at top of page!

Donation Drop offs:
Red Cross:  Social Justicia Restaurant (south of ferry terminal, north of car ferry)

 Books for Grade School Reading Program, Items for Isla Animals, Diabetes Supplies, Shoes for the Kids, Items for Little Yellow School House...Barlitos @ Marina Paraiso

 Isla Animals campaign for the upcoming November Clinic-Spay-Neuter-Educate
Sally Margolis  on FB....
Hi everyone, I just posted a campaign for an Isla Animals November Spay/Neuter & Education clinic. It's with terrible irony due to recent events with Lucky and the poisonings, that we just posted it yesterday. The only way to make change is through education of pet owners and particularly education of the children-and spay/neuter campaigns. At the last big IA campaign 220 animals were spayed/neutered. There will be an education station at this clinic and Isla Animals is also set to go to the schools. Please continue to support an organisation that has made great strides with 15 years of steady service to the island. And please, please help us share this campaign! Thank you! "This is Lucky's campaign, let's make it everything it can be." -
HELLO! Thank you for taking a moment to check out our campaign for ISLA ANIMALS , a 501c3 non-profit organization located on the island of Isla Mujeres ,...

The DIF is our local social service agency... 
Photo: Entrega de Auxiliares Auditivos, en el marco del Programa “Recibe el Regalo de Oír”. #FamiliaEnAcciónFrom their FB site posted Nov. 4:   Giving hearing aids: Within the program  Receiving the Gift of Hearing

Entrega de Auxiliares Auditivos, en el marco del Programa “Recibe el Regalo de Oír”. 


Miguel's high season schedule:
Sunday: The Sol Rockers @ El Patio 9p - 11p
Monday: Miguel solo @ El Patio 6:30p - 8:30p
Tuesday: La Banda Sin Nombre @ El Patio 9:15p - 11:15p
Wednesday: The Sol Rockers@ El Patio 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a
Thursday: Miguel Solo @ el Patio 6p - 8p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a
Friday: Marina Paraiso 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a, Adelita's 12a - 2a
Saturday: Marina Paraiso 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a, Adelita's 12a - 2a

 John Cain's schedule   
 Sunday 9pm - 11pm
  Tuesday, Cafe Del Mar, solo, 8 to 10 pm
Wednesday 7pm - 9pm  Comono/Patio Sol Rockers 
Thurs, Marina Paraiso 7-9 pm 

 El Patio House of Music...(formerly Comono)

Sundays 630 to 9 - solo Ryan Rickman - 9 to 11 - Sol Rockers
Mondays 630 to 830 Miguel - 830 to 1130 Ryan Rickman -

 Tuesdays 7 to 9 Sol Rockers and DJ 9 - 12 - 
Thursdays 6 to 8 Miguel and Elvin from 8 to 11
 Fridays 630 to 815 Fabio Ryan and band 830 to 1130 
Saturdays 830 to 1130 Ryan and Band..

Javier Martinez Cen La Banda Sin Nombre has played for 12 years at Faynes, we needed some days off, so less than a year a go, we let the band Radios play for us (at the same stage same time), they are great! LBSN play Weds/Saturday from 10:30 till 12, Fridays and Saturdays we also play next door, at Adelitas, just salsa music, from 12:39 till 2:00  (I'm not sure if this is still current
Banda Sin Nombre at Chuuk Kay 3:30p Sat & Sun

Fenix  Sun ~2p  Salsa 

You may find live music after 9 or 10 on Hidalgo at Fayne's, La Terraza, or  Comono, and at Poc Na Hostel.

Saturday afternoon ~3-5 Cuban music at Veradara's Cuban restaurant

Here's this info by day of the week...with a thanks to Jean Lemke for rearranging it!

Monday - Miguel solo @ El patio 6:30 - 8:30
Ryan Rickman @ El patio 8:30 - 11:30

Tuesday - John Cain @ Café Del Mar solo 8-10 p
Sol Rockers @El patio house of music 7-9
La Banda Sin Nombre @ El Patio house of music 9:15-11:15

Wednesday - Sol Rockers @El patio house of music 7-9
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Faynes - 10:30 - 12:00

Thursday - John Cain @ Marina Paraiso - solo 7-9
Miguel @El Patio house of music 6-8/ Faynes 10:30 - 12
Elvis @ el Patio house of music 8-11
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Fayne's 10:30 - 12

Friday - Miguel @ Marina Paraiso solo 7-9
Miguel @ Fayne's 10:30 - 12
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Adelitas for Salsa 12:30 - 2
Fabio @ El Patio house of music 6:30 - 8:15
Ryan and Band @ El Patio house of music 8:30 - 11:30

Saturday - Cuban Music at El Veradaro's 3-5
Banda Sin Nombre - Chuuk Kay 3:30
Miguel @ Marina Paraiso solo 7-9
La Banda Sin Nombre - Faynes 10:30 - 12:00
Banda Sin Nombre - Adelitas for Salsa 12:30 - 2
Ryan and Band @ El Patio house of music 8:30 - 11:30

Sunday - Fenix for Salsa 1-3
Banda Sin Nombre @Chuuk kay 3:30
Ryan Rickman @ El Patio house of music 6:30-9:00


November events
Sunset ~5:10p
Moonrise in the east..over the Caribbean
Nov. 6 at 5:14p  Full Moon
Nov. 7 at 6:03
Nov. 8 at 6:54
Nov. 9 at 7:46
Nov. 10 at 8:38
Nov. 11 at  9:29
Nov. 12 at 10:20
Nov 13 at 11:10

 Nov 1  Halloween Buffet & Party at Casa de los Suenos 6:30 (reservations recommended)
Nov.1 & 2 Dia de los Muertos
Nov 1 DIF Catrina Costume event.. Benefit for DIF, social service agency, at the Naval Club (Playa Albatros)  200 pesos  The DIF is also collecting jackets & sweaters.

We must always preserve our traditions From DIF on FB: FamilyInAction
Siempre debemos de preservar nuestras tradiciones. #FamiliaEnAcción
Photo: Siempre debemos de preservar nuestras tradiciones. #FamiliaEnAcción

With a great deal of love and respect, our senior citizens created an altar for Dia de Los Muertos.
Con mucho cariño y respeto nuestros abuelitos realizaron su altar para el día de muertos. #FamiliaEnAcción
Photo: Con mucho cariño y respeto nuestros abuelitos realizaron su altar para el día de muertos. #FamiliaEnAcción
2 SharesLikeLike ·Activities for Municipal Month of Ecology:

 On Nov. 5, the Animal Welfare Act will be signed by the State Ministry of the Environment.
Nov. 8 is the Day of Municipal Urbanismo with compulsory cleaning of vacant lots, and the start of collecting of batteries.
Nov. 15 is World Recycling Day, when there will be a training workshop about recycling and reusing.
Nov. 20th is Municipal Clean Air Day, when an ongoing campaign will begin for the certification of smoke-free spaces.
Nov. 25 is Municipal Day of No Use of Pesticides when an interesting conference will be held on the management of solid residues concerning vegetable oils: "What to do with them"
Nov. 27 is Municipal Species Conservation Day when there will be an opening of the drinking fountains and inauguration of the space for the conservation of the Striped Iguana (Iguana Rayada). Also there will be a brigade to rescue and assist the Blue Crabs during their period of reproduction. (They move between the mangroves and the sea to spawn during the full moons in the fall, which often includes crossing a road).
On Nov. 30th, Sunday, there will be a drawing contest, and a presentation of the cookbook "Lion Fish".
Friday Nov 7  near Centro Cemetery 7pm
It says...Jean Piaget school invites you to the Festival of the Souls 2014...A silent procession starting promptly at 7p at Hidalgo & Lopez Mateos, followed by a presentation of altars representing 5 Mexican states at Jean Piaget school. Dress code: regional clothing or white. Friday Nov. 7 at 7pm

Nov. 13, Thursday 9am at Naval Club:  Navy Wives' Breakfast! All proceeds go to the Navy Hospital, and they have been able to purchase some wonderful items for the hospital. The tickets are $100 pesos, and can be purchased in advance thru this weekend from Sue McDonald Lo (and may be available at the door, I'm not sure. )

Caribe Culture Fest Nov 12-18 This says that Sonora Dinamita will be playing cumbia in Isla Mujeres,  as well as Son del Barrio & Yura Santo Negro

Nov. 19 6:30p  Sisters of Perpetual Disorder Wine Meeting location TBA (Coffee meeting is the first Sunday of the Dec at 10am)

 Artist Fairs on the Square, usually first Thursday, have been cancelled for October & November.  Next Fair: Dec. 4

Paula Parra's photo.

Friday, December 5 at 7:00pm
Club Naval Isla Mujeres, Quinta Region Naval
 Fashion show with participation of designers from Merida, Cancun, & Isla Mujeres, as well as participation by local models and our little children models. 200 peso donation. Cocktail reception at 6:30
Pasarela con participacion de Diseñadores de Merida,Cancun e Isla Mujeres; asi como participacion de Modelos locales y nuestros pequeños modelos infantiles.
costo Donativo $200
6:30pm Coktail de Recepcion de Invitados

Dec 11-13 Posada Beach National Handball Tournament  


 Blue crabs are migrating to the sea for spawning during full moons, from the mangroves. Try to avoid running them over. Look out for them in areas where there are Sac Bajo & near areas of Makax Lagoon.


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