Mauricio Trejo published the five actions with which he would start his administration. Although four are still pending, the first, which was to return Montes de Oca street to its original state, has been completed.
Gabriel Arturo Yáñez Saldaña: He has a degree in criminology. He was Director of Security in San Miguel from 2012-2015. Edgar Bautista: He is an architect and was Director of Urban Development from 2011-2015. In this administration he will be the Director of the Municipal Institute for Planning and Sustainable Development. José Luis Pérez: Director of Public Services....
To start with, a few questions: What year is the student in? What kinds of grades does the student have? Are there any others in the family who went to college?
Our water crisis is increasingly affecting us all, even in the urban centers, and this is a great opportunity to learn more about the different aspects of our two main water problems.
On September 28 and 29, the volunteers who manage the non-profit organization Mujeres en Cambio distributed scholarship funds to girls and young women lucky, determined, and talented enough to be in their program.
Jóvenes Adelante's students challenge themselves to radically change the course of their lives in modern day Mexico.
Artist Alberto Lenz, describes his new series of drawings “MEXICO” as expressing his vision of the country in these troubled years marked by a great crisis in three fundamental aspects: economy, health, and security.
We are deeply grateful to Jaime for his testimonial about his wife Imelda, a 32-year-old patient diagnosed with ovarian cancer, who entered the hospice service in October 2020 and died in March 2021. Imelda was sick for a year.
Another budding law student with Jóvenes Adelante, Víctor is from the campo and is 17 years old from a family of four.
Teri Kavanagh has been involved with nonprofit organizations since she arrived to SMA in 2002.
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Memory has stretch marks. Although many would like to throw
2020 into the junkyard of oblivion, the truth is we will remember it.
It will be like those who recalled the epidemic of 1800 when,
according to historian Cornelio Lopez Espinosa “people walked
down the street, suddenly sneezed, and lay there.”
The Hotel Association is objecting to two hotel closings by the municipal authorities. It asserts that this represents government harassment and that the claims of housing tourists are false, since these guests had come to San Miguel de Allende to work.
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