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 Posted: Thu May 2nd, 2019 10:14 pm
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This could certainly have implications for areas in and around San Carlos, if it ever passes.


https://opinionsonora.com/2019/05/02/multas-de-hasta-un-millon-de-pesos-a-propietarios-de-terrenos-que-impidan-acceso-a-playas/

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Says nothing of vehicle travel, only citizen. Much of the same as now.

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Wonder if grandfather walls will be exempt

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Does anyone really have hopes it would be enforced?
Not many laws are...

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Sure hope they are.

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Passed congress 400-6. pretty sure senate will pass too.
Same law is in effect in California, with access through residencial properties about every block. HOA try to circumvent with eleectric gates to private "residential areas making folks walk around large properties to get to beach, which of course is tiring if you are carrying stuff.

The 4 seasons property comes to mind at Punta Mita, Puerta Vallarta, where the lots run over $2m dlls in this 1000 arcre gated compound. This is where Pena Nieto had a 7 m home.

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Sure. 

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And. if they don't comply, you...call a cop? :shock: or Chanoc!!

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Nuevo Bahia Kino was laid out well in this regard. There is wide pedestrian access from the road to the beach about every 1/4km or so. They are already very compliant there.

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Gates and walled pathways will have to be created on private property to provide public access from the street tp the water. Peple will leave garbage, urinate there. Most houses were not built with much seperation. This will be slow and complicated at best.

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