Faced with the lack of action by local, state and federal authorities regarding a solution to Progreso’s so-called “relleno sanitario” or “sanitary landfill,” the population of Flamboyanes faces daily health risks.
Since it was erected eight years ago to honor the pulpo trade, the “El Ceviche” statue in Progreso has had a rough time.
Rescuers recovered 153 hawksbill eggs that nested on a beach much too busy for baby sea turtles.
A proposal for “Water City,” complete with Latin America’s largest aquarium and a replica of Chichén Itzá’s famous temple, has been dusted off and presented to Progreso port officials.
An aquarium in Progreso and an entertainment-hotel complex somewhere on the coast were among the tourist-building ideas presented to four gubernatorial candidates.
The Caribbean Casino, which popped up near the cruise ship dock while displacing an handicrafts market, announced its re-opening Tuesday, implying on social media that electrical problems caused its shutdown.
Luck wasn’t a lady at the new casino. Ten days after its opening, the controversial gaming hall shut its doors on Tuesday.
The Directorate of Civil Protection has asked Francisco I. Madero Market tenants to replace rusted rooftop propane tanks within 15 days.
President Enrique Peña Nieto’s visit to Yucatán on Thursday marked two projects designed to ignite the state’s economy.
The port begins April with the the arrival of over 11,600 passengers and 3,288 crew, including a cruise ship that’s new to Yucatán.