Inclement weather last month hindered progress on lengthening the pier which was at 630 meters by month’s end. They were still able to continue building up the east side with 10 ton cubes to protect the small rock. “As it stands we have still added 50 meters in length to the pier, bringing it to 680 meters,” reported Wendy.
We are reaching a point in our Home Port series where we will be dealing with the subject of Infrastructure, a subject made even more complex with the state government elections coming up on June 7th. Even if the same party is elected, the new officials could make priority changes, and more to the existing plans. We wait, and see…
Our long awaited cruise port construction is underway, which means the Proverbial Clock has started ticking on the time line for completing infrastructure required to handle the economic impact of what will amount to a burst, although a continuous one, a predictable one, of tourism from this uniquely distinct cruise segment.
In keeping with his pre-election promises, Mayor Gerardo Figueroa Zazueta continues to secure funding and initiate road improvement projects to better the infrastructure of our little slice of paradise by the sea.
Completion of the Cholla Road extension by the new Convention Center was followed by the beginning of repavement work on Benito Juarez, and now we can count on a smooth ride down Samuel Ocaña that will allow us