NORTH: July 27, 2015 | Gringo Gazette

NORTH: July 27, 2015

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Immigration Officials To Start Inspecting Southbound Visitors
By TOMMY CHONG

Mexican immigration officials are taking a closer look at us as we enter the country, preparing to ramp up inspection of us as we arrive on foot. Soon we’re going to be asked to show ID in the form of a passport or passport card.

So What’s Our Government Done For Us Lately?
By REN DRAKE HILL

This month Mayor Abarca made good on his promise to the people of FRAO, (the Foreign Residents Attention Office), by providing a bus trip to many of Rosarito’s newest city and state projects, and explaining what our government is doing for us.  Guides Carlos and Reynaldo provided information at t

Que Pasa in Baja?
By OLIVER QUINTERO

Tijuana floods. Around 100 houses were damaged by the rains last Sunday when the city sewage system clogged up because all the trash on the streets was swept into the sewers by the rushing water.  Some parts of the city were under as much as three feet of icky water.

We Have Plenty Of Water Here, Right?
By GUNGA DIN

Our local farmers receive most of their water from the Colorado River, but shortages are chronic. At a recent meeting of the International Boundary and Water Commission, farmers looked to authorities for answers they don’t have.