Daily Archives: January 9, 2020

Puerto Rico slowly brings back electricity after powerful earthquake

http://news.trust.org/item/20200108102705-whjbu Puerto Rico slowly brings back electricity after powerful earthquake by Reuters Wednesday, 8 January 2020 14:30 GMT By Luis Valentin Ortiz SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Jan 8 (Reuters) – Puerto Rico’s power grid crept back to service on Wednesday … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s population has stabilized in the last year

https://www.elnuevodia.com/english/english/nota/adeclineinmigrationratesduring2019-2538307 A decline in migration rates during 2019 Find out why fewer people are emigrating and why there are more moving back to Puerto Rico Thursday, January 2, 2020 – 9:51 AM By Ricardo Cortés Chico The most recent population … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico Gov Declares State of Emergency After Earthquakes Rattle Island

Puerto Rico Gov Declares State of Emergency After Earthquakes Rattle Island Puerto Rico Gov Declares State of Emergency After Earthquakes Rattle Island By José Alvarado Vega on January 7, 2020 Gov. Wanda Vázquez meets with government officials (Courtesy) SAN JUAN … Continue reading

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U.S. Census Bureau, Other Agencies Join Forces to Promote Best Practices for Usage of Puerto Rico’s Unique Address Data

https://census.gov/library/stories/2020/01/street-addresses-are-simple-not-in-puerto-rico.html The USA Federal Government wants to fix the addressing system for Puerto Rico addresses, something that Puerto Rico should have done on its own long ago.  How do you feel about Puerto Rico’s antiquated, backwards, confusing, inefficient addressing system?  … Continue reading

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A Third of Movers From Puerto Rico to the Mainland United States Relocated to Florida in 2018

  https://census.gov/library/stories/2019/09/puerto-rico-outmigration-increases-poverty-declines.html A Third of Movers From Puerto Rico to the Mainland United States Relocated to Florida in 2018 Brian Glassman  | September 26, 2019 A year following Hurricane Maria, both the population and poverty rate declined in Puerto Rico. … Continue reading

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CESCO, DTOP, DMV allows you to make an appointment online at cesco.turnospr.com to get or renew your driver’s license

CESCO, DTOP, DMV allows you to make an appointment online to get your driver’s license.  This is a step in the right direction, yet still lacking in professionalism.  For example, the Sagrado Corazon location directs people to register online to … Continue reading

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