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Advance of Remodeling in Avenue.

The remodeling project of the main avenue of La Peñita de Jaltemba, is still underway, is already passable for cars, something that has been of great help to avoid road chaos. Now, the new objective is to obtain a more uniform appearance in the established businesses around the avenue, since they have been asked to install pillars…
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Highway 200, Is Slow In the Making

Photos and story by David Thompson The portion of the "new" highway 200 that roughly parallels the old one in this area, is progressing but very slowly. If you have driven just south of La Peñita and RdG, you probably have observed the beginnings of the new road off to the east. I was able to access the construction just south…

Emiliano Zapata Progress Photos Dec. 18

Story and photos by David Thompson Here are some of the latest photos of the progress on the Avenida.    As you can see, the sidewalks are one of the last parts of this project to be completed.    And there is nothing like a pinkish orange sidewalk, filled with puppy prints. Look close!    Even a few of our…

Repair Of Streets

Streets of the Peñita On December 13 of this year, the emptying of cement took place in some streets of La Peñita, we are aware that it is not the best way to repair some streets but the intention is to reduce potholes caused by daily wear and rain . Here we provide the images.              …

DECEMBER 12

December 12, 2018 As usual in our community, a tribute is made within the Catholic religion (religion that predominates mainly in Mexico) which is known as the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, said event takes place on the night of December 11 in the homes of the believers or in the churches of the localities, where they perform dances,…
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Affected by the passage of Hurricane Willa

Hurricane Willa Last October, 2018, we witnessed the impact of the hurricane willa north of the state of Nayarit and Sinaloa, leaving villages totally isolated and many families without their family heritage. In Nayarit, the overflow of the San Pedro and Acaponeta rivers caused a great flood in the Nayaritas towns, leaving behind thousands…