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Noticias de Diario de Quintana Roo ....
Conducting a mock changeover
The records will be submitted digitally, including Annual Operations, inventories, and programs completed, in process, and pending, among others
Realizarán simulacro de entrega-recepción
Martes, 16 de Julio de 2013 19:44
Para evitar gasto de insumos, las actas deberán entregarse de manera digital, incluyendo Programas Operativos Anuales, inventarios, programas ejecutados, en proceso y pendientes, entre otros
Municipal Comproller Iris Beatriz González Dzib said they will run a computer simulation on July 26 & 27th of the governmental changeover. The Comptroller staff will meet with each of the agency directors to make a review of their records to assure that everything is prepared for the final updates and delivery. There will be another practice drill held in late August. The Mayor has given assurances that there will be an orderly transition that is transparent, and asked all employees to be responsible for their obligations.
ISLA MUJERES, 16 de julio.-Leer más...
PAN is entering a legal challenge with IEQROO against the recent electoral process
City owes 2.2 million pesos to the fishermen
Residents of Canotal in Isla Mujeres are complaining about a lack of tap water
Noticias de El Quintanarroense
Controversy about massive layoffs .
|PAN requests annulment of ballots|
|PAN solicita anulación de casillas|
Ovidio Lopez The PAN legal team filed two applications for the cancelling of several ballot boxes, including the mega box for Ciudad Mujeres. According to the complainant several polling places were 'integrated' (integradas) by persons other than those authorized by the Electoral Law of Quintana Roo.
|Fishermen affected by delay of assistance|
|Afecta atraso de apoyo a pescadores|
Ovidio Lopez It is more than two weeks into the lobster fishing season, and the hyperbaric chamber still does not have a specialist. The fishermen are hoping the state Ministry of Health will solve this problem in upcoming weeks.There is also a need to service the communication system to receive first hand information when an accident occurs, since the antenna for the marine radio has deteriorated, and is at risk of falling in a gale. The 260 fishermen have been paid 1500 pesos of their support to assist them thru the lobster closure months of March thru June, and are waiting the other 8500 pesos. The City is having financial difficulties, which include meeting this commitment of 2.2million pesos. Quequi notes the payment of 1500 pesos in support totaled to 390,000 pesos.
Noticias de Quequi......
Lack of support for fishermen
Ahoga Hugo a los pescadores0 16 de julio de 2013
Por Carlos Gasca-QUEQUI.-.
Residents of Canotal ran out of water
Vecinos de Cañotal se quedan sin agua0 16 de julio de 2013
Por Carlos Gasca-Quequi.
Residents of Canotal have been complaining of unstable water pressure, which occurred three days ago and again yesterday. At times the water didn't get to the tanks on the second story, and is not a problem for those who have one story. They say it may be due to maintenance work on the hydraulic network. Residents say this problem has been recurrent, so some have installed pumps to move the water up to their tanks. Others bath in buckets when they find their tanks are empty. The reporter does not know if the problem is also occurring in La Gloria, where there is higher elevation (mayor disnivel.or.greater slope).
Noticias de Diario Respuesta...
Comptroller planning a mock changeover
Ensuring security of sunbathers
Diario La Verdad
Council members object to not receiving bonuses
Regidores en rebeldía por no recibir bonos+] Ver mas
Preparing first simulated changover
Preparan primer simulacro de entrega-recepción[+] Ver mas
Hotel occupancy rallies to 70%
Hotelería refleja repuntes del 70 por ciento. [+] Ver mas
On Tuesday there were good numbers of people arriving and taking boat tours and eating in restaurants. Hotel occupancy was close to 70% according to the tourism director. Last week it was at 45% and on Friday levels reached 50%, and then yesterday, on Tuesday, most had reached 70 percent. There are accommodations ranging from one to five stars among the 2400 rooms. Water tour providers are reporting sales of 60 percent, and they are expecting sales to improve with sunny weather this week.
Important streets look like minefields
Importantes vías parecen “campos minados”+] Ver mas
SINTRA paved the road nearby and left end by the intersection unfinished and open.. The City filled it in and paved over it. )
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Sunrise this morning from MVC B&B
I saw this at first light and went down to check for turtle eggs, since they would be vulnerable if exposed like that. This shows the 'egg tube' they dig after they make the big hole. She hit a rock at the last coupla inches and quit. They dig in the dark. (Sometimes you can see the sand flying, but since the sand covers them, they can be hard to spot except for the movement). Earlier this year, we had this area dug out & the rocks removed, because last year a number of mama turtles tried to nest there unsuccessfully. There's a few more rocks that gotta go! They do their digging in the wee hours, and return to the sea before the first light.
While she was resting, I got rid of the dogs that were barking at her. (Two were shoo'd home, the others were tricked into my house.). I came around from the front yard & stood between her and the street/propane tank while we both rested quietly a moment, then she turned around & headed back toward the sea.
Video of Mama Turtle returning to the sea this morn at MVC HERE ( by Diane Daniel)
Bruce Sunset yesterday evening at MVC B&B
Saturday, July 20 9am Children's fishing tournament Weigh in-1pm
It is currently the season for swimming with the whale sharks, and turtles are mating offshore & nesting on the eastern beaches. The mating is visible by day, especially off Punta Sur, the South Point. The nesting happens in the wee hours, and there are Tortugranja personnel, volunteers, and Naval staff monitoring the beaches to prevent people from disrupting them, and to gather and transport the eggs for incubation.
By far, most of the turtles nesting in Isla Mujeres are Green turtles (called Blancas in Spanish), and the second most common are the huge Loggerheads, and there are some Hawksbills. The Green turtles take ~60 days to hatch and the hatchlings are released by the public at events at dusk on Media Luna or Guadalupana beaches. The releases usually begin around the end of July & be held periodically until early October.
Lately the water has been very calm and there have been many manta rays, with many swimming upside down, in addition to many whale sharks. Offshore from MVC, we have been seeing dolphins & turtles from the balcony, and lotsa big fish while snorkeling.
There are small red crabs that migrate to & from the sea in July, watch out for them at night on the coastal road at the southeastern part of the isle.
Lobster season began July 1 and continues until the end of February.
The Super full moon will be rising over the Caribbean at ~6:30 on Sunday and about an hour later nightly link
THIS document about traditional dishes & foods of the area is in Spanish, but has nice photos with the names of the foods. Isla Mujeres starts ~pg 90
Live Music Wednesday In Isla Mujeres
Casa de los Suenos 4-7 Banda Sin Nombre Half priced appetizers LINk fb
Iguanas 6:30-8:30 Jazz LINK Fb
Sunset Grill 6-7:30 Keyboard & Vocals LINK
Bally Hoo 7-9 Sol Rockers
Bahia Tortuga 7p Melekai Joe & Open mic LINK
El Patio 8:30-11 La Guera & Willys Blues LINK
Cafe del Mar 8 -10 (?) LINK LINK
Faynes 8-10 Raul Alexis
Faynes Banda Sin Nombre 10:30-12:15 LINK
John Cain's schedule is
Tuesday- Cafe Del Mar, 8-10, solo guitar & vocals
Wednesday- Bally Hoo, 7-9, Sol Rockers band
Friday- Iguana Bar-7-9, solo guitar & vocals
Sunday- Bahia Tortuga- 7-9, Sol Rockers band
On the internet in the past 24 hours...
John Cain shared Caribe On Canvas's photo.
Ibette de Alcocer shared Bufalo's photo.
Bruce Another great day on Playa Norte.
This is called Flyboard Cancun or Water Turbo Flight (WTF). It is powered by the nearby jetski (Link to their FB page)
Bruce I've heard about these in Cancun, but this is the first time I've seen them on Playa Norte.
Caribe On Canvas Nice sunset last week from Bahia. Didn't seem like it was going to be a good sunset but turned out good at the last minute!
Ayuntamiento De Isla Mujeres updated their cover photo.
"Time Lapse" of Playa Norte Webcam: LINK
Playa Norte now in real time in Isla Mujeres
The Early Edition has headlines & newspaper photographs.
This Afternoon/Final Edition has translated articles, events, & original photos with the "Around the Internet in the Past 24 Hours" section.
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