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 Posted: Sat Dec 30th, 2017 02:50 pm
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The following was posted on the commisaria san carlos FB page.  I would encourage anyone to follow this site if you are on Facebook.  People (Gadsby) have complained that these 2 projects are not the highest priorities of residents.  The commisaria has been busy looking for funds for San Carlos.  This funding came from the federal government and they have provisions that the funds only be used for the approved projects.  I think this commisaria is doing a good job.  He will not be the kind that sits in his office all day fielding complaints about barking dogs and noisy neighbors.  He has formed citizen groups to get feedback and is developing a good relationship with the mayor's office.  

https://www.facebook.com/comisaria.sancarlos.1

Closing the year working, today We began physical works in the remodeling of our Plaza in the church of San Carlos Borromeo and in the lizzards roundabout at the entrance of our tourist destination. This work started days ago when it was received by the winning contractor of the corresponding public tender, which after some technical checks and materials quality inspections,began physically on the sites. This is financed with federal grants plus contributions from the municipality of Guaymas, we will start 2018 With remodeled spaces, we wish our residents and visitors a happy new year.

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Very true, RichD. People don't understand what goes into getting these funds from Mexico City and the legalities of where the moneys must be spent. It stems from corruption in many states and municipalities in Mexico. If Guaymas spent this money doing the projects that "we" know are needed the elected officials could face jail time under their corruption laws. Veracruz is a good example, funds directed to favored developments and developers were abused and old officials are now in prison. Our needed projects will take time and must be done correctly. San Carlos is still a great place to live, we all moved here with it's flaws and slowly all will get better. Taking polls, stomping your foot and waiting for monies to appear hasn't worked in the past. Perhaps the well thought out plans and knowledge of the ins and outs of the Government systems will work better. But, of course, the usual complainers have the easier course of action and are guaranteed no results.

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Good points Flaco. There is a lot of complaining and foot stomping and second guessing going on. There will be projects to improve the Ranchitos road next year. It will not be perfect and there will be complainers but it will get better.

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RichD wrote: Good points Flaco. There is a lot of complaining and foot stomping and second guessing going on. There will be projects to improve the Ranchitos road next year. It will not be perfect and there will be complainers but it will get better.
Tell us about these projects to improve the Ranchitos road next year. I have not heard about those. 

You mean the adopt-a-pothole project?

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I should not said anything, did not mean to be a tease. People are looking into solutions, hopefully something will be proposed next year. I do not know what the adopt a pothole project is.

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