The collections for Los Ayala’s infrastructure project continue… Miguel Sillas, Los Ayala’s Juez, brought the amount raised to date, to just over $150,000 pesos. Miguel has been going door-to-door to collect the infrastructure assessment from property owners in Los Ayala, and will continue to do so until we fulfill our commitment, which was to raise 25% of the cost ($250,000 pesos). The great news is that there has not been one break in the new 800 meter line since it was installed in March 2012.
Romy has submitted a project for the andadors (walkways leading to the beach) in Los Ayala to be redone, hopefully by next February.
The construction of Malecon in La Peñita has been delayed a little because all studies presented to Semarnat have to be sent to Semarnat in Mexico City. Romy advises that they are just waiting for a positive response to start the project, and while she is not sure how much longer the delay will be, she is hopeful that the project will commence in a couple of weeks.