SOUTH: June 1, 2015
This Sunday June 7th, Mexico holds midterm elections in 17 out of its 32 states to choose a total of 2,159 politicians from 10 different parties and, for the first time in the country’s history, some independent candidates that have no party affiliation..
Reflecting the optimism in our tourist town that’s shared by many, there was an announcement by Mexico’s Ministry of Communications and Transport (SCT) that it had granted Baja Norte’s Governor, Francisco “Kiko” Vega, a lease (called a concession here), to build a small craft marina and residenti
More money for repairs. Jose Tapia, director of the national disaster fund (Fonden) has confirmed that just after election day, (June 7, pay attention!) he will mail us a substantial check to continue replacing lights along the fourlane and in San Jose, Cabo San Lucas, a
Another train attempt. Two months ago Mexico awarded a Chinese company a big contract to build a bullet train and then quickly cancelled it due to pollical pressure. Now India is bragging they’re bringing their super luxury Maharajas’ Express train to us.