Wednesday, September 11, 2013

In Isla Mujeres Daily News Yesterday's Translations Tuesday, Sept. 10

..This is the live webcam at North Beach / Playa Norte



The "Morning Edition" has translated headlines &  newspaper photos. This Afternoon Edition has  translations of the articles,  Daily Events & Live Music Schedules  & the "Around the Internet in the Past 24 Hours" section including photos & info from individuals & local businesses ....Daily In Isla Mujeres. There are always links to the original articles in Spanish.


Noticias de Diario de Quintana Roo ....

Preparing operations for Independence celebrations

Preparan operativos para fiestas patrias

Lunes, 09 de Septiembre de 2013 21:40

ISLA MUJERES, 09 de septiembre.- .The Police chief, Leo Ortiz Mendoza, explained that there will be security operations for the national holiday celebrations on September 15 and 16, particularly on the town square, where the traditional Grito de Independencia will take place on this 203rd anniversary. The 40 law officers and 20 traffic officers, will also be monitoring vendors and stores to prevent the sale of fireworks or the introduction of other dangers to the area. They will designate alternate routes to reduce congestion from the area of the ferry terminal to the traffic circle of the Fishermen Monument. Police will also be present before and during the parade, and are waiting to be informed if it will occur downtown on main street or in La Gloria at Paseo de las Aves, so they will know what area to cordon off.
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 Tropical depression in sight

Sporadic rains will affect aquatic activities, coupled with the low tourism that prevails at this time of year

Depresión tropical a la vista

Lunes, 09 de Septiembre de 2013 20:59

Lluvias esporádicas afectan las actividades acuáticas, aunado a la baja afluencia turística que prevalece en la presente temporada

ISLA MUJERES, 9 de septiembre.- Rainy weather was predicted for the next 48 hours, with gusts up to 40kp, and boaters were advised to be cautious. 
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With or without students: Parade on Sept. 16th
Members of the Navy will participate 

Con o sin alumnos, desfilarán el próximo 16

Lunes, 09 de Septiembre de 2013 20:59

Elementos de la Armada de México-Quinta Región Naval ya se alistan

ISLA MUJERES, 10 de septiembre.-Although the public school students may not be participating in the parade due to the current national strike situation, the municipal General Secretary gave assurances that the parade commemorating the 203rd anniversary of Mexican Independence will take place. There will be a meeting to determine who will be in the parade, and it is anticipated that private schools students will participate, as well as members of the Navy, who have been seen preparing for months.  
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 Tvisla Mujeres

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A casi un mes de su rescate, la Profepa liberó hoy, el delfín que recibía atención médica en Isla M. @ludimenchaca

After nearly a month since she was rescued, PROFEPA liberated the dolphin today that was receiving medical attention in Isla Mujeres

The Middle school resumed the  work stoppage, indefinitely
Yesterday Secundaria Técnica "Benito Juárez" en #IslaMujeres, retoma el paro de labores de manera indefinida

Noticias de  Quequi......

  Middle School teachers resume work stoppage

  • Que ‘siempre no’ hay clases


    Que ‘siempre no’ hay clases

    0 09 de septiembre de 2013

    Por Carlos Gasca > Quequi . The Benito Juarez middle school teachers in Isla Mujeres had briefly resumed teaching, but rejoined the strike on Monday, in response to new provisions (disposiciones) by the state Council. In social networks, parents are expressing support, opposition, concern, and criticism, while teachers are defending their actions. Currently, classes are suspended in practically every school campus in the municipality, except three private schools.
  • Denunciarían padres ante Derechos Humanos
    A group of parents plans to file a complaint with Human Rights 


    Denunciarían padres ante Derechos Humanos

    0 09 de septiembre de 2013

    Por Carlos Gasca >Quequi  A group of parents spoke to the reporter saying they are planning to file a complaint with the Human Rights Commission demanding that teachers fulfill their obligations and resume classes. They say some parents do not support the teachers in their struggle, and that the students have a Constitutional right to education, which is being violated. They suggest that teachers fight in their free time, without affecting the students, who are not to blame for what is happening. They  say they are barely organized but very concerned about the children falling behind. They are wondering how the lost hours will be made up, and suggesting that holidays may be cut shorter and school days may be extended.



Diario La Verdad
Diario La VerdadGovernor: Attention to the irregular areas of Isla Mujeres

Atebcuib a las zonas irregulares de Isla Mujeres: Borge
  • With approval of the PDU (Urban Development Plan) and the POEL (Local Ecological Program) of Benito Juarez (Cancun), the groundwork has been laid for the three levels of government to provide services and deed registry for thousands of families who live in "irregular settlements" in the municipalities of Isla Mujeres, Benito Juarez, and Solidaridad, in an area that includes ~2400 hectares, west of Cancun, on the way to Merida. The Governor explained they are trying to avoid causing damage to nature and to comply with the Governmental Green Plan, while controlling urban expansion and giving attention to housing needs, sustainability, and providing living environments of good quality.

 por esto

Dolphin ends her stay on the island
Delfín termina su estancia en la isla[+] Ver mas

The release was scheduled for 11am Tuesday, with the assistance from a private company to transfer the dolphin to the whale shark area, after she spent nearly a month recovering at the Tortugranja turtle facility. This will end rumors that she would end up being an exhibition at a tourist attraction.

Resuming the work of improving the appearance of Rueda Medina Avenue
Reanudarán trabajos para mejoramiento de imagen urbana en la avenida Rueda Medina[+] Ver mas
A representative from SINTRA (Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport) was touring Rueda Medina, after the agency has received responses from two electrical installation companies in response to a call for bids. There are more that 800 meters of main street where underground wiring will be installed, and once they have reviewed the proposals and hired a company, the agency will announce the expected dates for starting and completion.

Rains and gusts of wind forecast for upcoming days
Lluvias y fuertes rachas de viento, pronóstico para los próximos días .. [+] Ver mas

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Sept 14-16  Holiday Weekend:

 Mexican Independence Day (16th) begins with the Grito on Town Square Sunday at midnight (15th).The Tourism Dept. has tables for sale @300p for the evening's celebration.
 Time & location of parade on 16th TBA.

Sept. 19 6:55pm  Moonrise (Sunset 6:45)

Sept. 30 Change of Municipal Government

Live Music Wednesday In Isla Mujeres
 Subject to weather cancellations

Casa de los Suenos 4-7 Banda Sin Nombre Half priced appetizers LINk fb
Fenix: 8-10  La Guera & Willy's Blues 8 w Special Guest SeBlues

Iguanas 6:30-8:30   Jazz / Latin    LINK   Fb

Sunset Grill 6-7:30 Keyboard & Vocals  LINK


Bally Hoo  7-9 Sol Rockers

Bahia Tortuga 7p Open mic?   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
 Thursday-Sunset Grill 7-9

 Friday- Iguana Bar-7-9, solo guitar & vocals
  Sunday- Bahia Tortuga- 7-9, Sol Rockers band  

  Playa Norte now in real time in Isla Mujeres   

 "Time Lapse" of Playa Norte Webcam:  LINK  
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