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ANG Leaders: Puerto Rico Needs Its Own Disaster Relief Beddown Systems

What would it cost to buy these temporary housing units, and keep them in PR, instead of shipping them from OH to PR, then back to OH.  Probably far more economical to buy them. ANG Leaders: Puerto Rico Needs Its … Continue reading

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Protest Against Puerto Rico Earthquake Response Dispersed by Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets

While there seems to be a culture of corruption in Puerto Rico politicians, if you want to participate in demonstrations, please refrain from damaging Puerto Rico with grafitti, vandalism, or other destruction.  Intentionally causing destruction is a drain on Puerto … Continue reading

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Hidden Puerto Rico earthquake supplies – comments on Twitter – fallout, scandal

Jan 23 David Begnaud @DavidBegnaud Nearly 1,000 people have gathered at the Capitol in San Juan to protest the Puerto Rican govt. They want the Governor to resign. And they want much more. These are people who’ve had enough & … Continue reading

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Anger grows in Puerto Rico over hidden emergency aid, government corruption

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/article239469148.html Anger grows in Puerto Rico over hidden emergency aid, government corruption By Jim Wyss January 20, 2020 05:17 PM Residents of Puerto Rico help those affected by the earthquakes that hit the southern part of the Island last week … Continue reading

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Cruise ship visit cancellations to Puerto Rico will be a ‘great loss for tourism’

https://newsismybusiness.com/cruise-ship-visit-cancellations-great-loss-for-tourism Cruise ship visit cancellations ‘great loss for tourism’ November 27, 2019 The announcement comes on the heels of the Florida and Caribbean Cruise Association’s annual convention, held in Puerto Rico last month. The decision by cruise ship giant Royal … 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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Report reveals serious deficiencies in Puerto Rico’s infrastructure – average grade of D-

Does Puerto Rico still use the marketing slogan, “Puerto Rico does it better?” Does what better?  Better than whom? https://www.elnuevodia.com/english/english/nota/reportrevealsseriousdeficienciesinpuertoricosinfrastructure-2529236 Report reveals serious deficiencies in Puerto Rico’s infrastructure The American Society of Civil Engineers says findings in the report show … Continue reading

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