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 Posted: Sat Sep 23rd, 2017 05:22 pm
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 Posted: Sun Sep 24th, 2017 03:30 pm
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Has this project ended, me thinks frankies figures scared everyone off. Lot of talk, what else is new?

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 Posted: Mon Sep 25th, 2017 12:00 am
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the topes are worthy consideration. monies can also be collected for asphalt patches on the main boulevard.

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The topes would come under the Municipio's purview, however, maintenance of the blvd is that of the namesake.

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Richard, Frankie didn't come up with the topes idea, Ruben and others did. So are you saying that Ruben does not have the authority? Are you saying that Beltrones is responsible for maintenance? Frankie has done a lot of the worthwhile research, so I will cede to Ruben and Frankie on this project.

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Ruben Pinto has obtained the permits for the topes therefore he has the authority. What he could not get from the Guaymas Mayor was funding for said topes which is why he is asking for contributions from SC Residents. The other projects will come later as funding becomes available from whatever source.

Maintenance of the Blvd. and the infamous fountain is the responsibility of the namesake, Lic. Manlio Fabio Beltrones. I thought that I had made these points clear that clear in my short No. 84 above.

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NUMBERS FOR LDM ROAD.lenght....2650 meters......widht    7.50 mts......repaved with a 3 cm microcarpeta hot...cost aprox 2"300,000 pesos   at 17x1...135,294 US DLLS.two section of 150 mts each need to be rebuild complete, mainly after the tkt store and tire shop...price may be lower depending  our team with the money to negociate

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I believe that Ruben stated that the topes would be paid for by the businesses that are adjacent to their location.
Either the businesses have failed to produce the funds, or the topes are too expensive??? if the businesses that agreed to topes fail to fund the topes, then the whole idea of residents funding other projects will never materialize..i am not going to fork over my pesos if the business people are not willing to fund these projects... they are the ones who benefit financially from the improvements...a nicer road,lighting..water are all good for me, but the businesses are the real benefactors...more visitors to San Carlos is money in their pockets...:dude:

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 Posted: Mon Sep 25th, 2017 04:27 pm
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TOPES.. CHARLYS ROCK AND ARBOLITOS WILL PAY FOR THEY OWN TOPEtopes at circle K corners will be done wenever we get together to do something to fix S.C. 

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$135,000US means it is not going to get done. Will just drive slow and make the best of it.

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Richard, find myself agreeing with you, considering the costs. What was the bill of goods sold by the last effort to fix that road? I know it was no where near that. Was the bid lower at that time because it was a scam, or was it less due to what they were purposing to do? If they were purposing to pave over, or seriously repair, maybe that is a better way to go. We know that with proper attention and material that road could be repaired to last for a considerable amount of time. Thoughts??

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 Posted: Mon Sep 25th, 2017 07:17 pm
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Pessimism is something we don't need. US$135,000 is not a lot of money in the big picture if residents want it done. It's a matter of community will in light of the fact that our property taxes are applied in Guaymas and not here. We must therefore find our own ways and means.

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"US$135,000 is not a lot of money"

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Ok Baca, if 135,000 is not a lot of money, how much are YOU putting up.No pessimism please.You are always good at wanting OTHERS to do what you won't.Since you think you are a pillar of the community, it is only fair that you startwith say $50,000.I am sure your friend and mentor, Ruben will agree that you should do this and set an example.

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Richard, Grossman along with initial buyers at LDM, built the original road. Did this establish any responsibility? Who, really, is responsible for the road? I'm sure this has been established , I just can't remember at this time. Perhaps your idea of a little at a time would work..I know that if I lived out there the road, the way it is now, would real old, real fast.

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Richard Baca, how many people use the road as an access to their property? Divide that figure into $135,000 and we will know what to expect (meaning their contribution) from each beneficiary of the new road.

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Before I'd get involved with this project, I'd buy taller tires with a road hazard warranty

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ruben pinto wrote: NUMBERS FOR LDM ROAD.lenght....2650 meters......widht    7.50 mts......repaved with a 3 cm microcarpeta hot...cost aprox 2"300,000 pesos   at 17x1...135,294 US DLLS.two section of 150 mts each need to be rebuild complete, mainly after the tkt store and tire shop

ruben thank you for you hard work!!

some people don't understand,  3cm "micro"carpeta is about 1 1/4 inch thick.
people from the USA maybe familiar with "chip sealing" seeing a truck spreading hot asphalt then a coat of gravel. works very well for the road, murder on the windshields! 
the pot holes need to be filled!
read carefully there are 2 sections of 150 mts!!
lets keep our faith in ruben, i am sure he has something in the works!

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Most of the Jackalopes posting here are like the GOP passing the health care bill.
7 years and no closer.


Just take it one bite at a time... Topes, Topes, Topes...


Just a bunch of jaw flappers. I am sick of reading the Bitchin. I am surprised that you all even made it to Mexico. I figured you would still be back on the block flapping about the move!!!!!

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