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Government Implements Administrative Order to Speed Up Permits Process – with single condition permit

While a step in the right direction, one only need waste a day in the Puerto Rico DMV/DTOP to see that Puerto Rican politicians don’t get it.  The DMV waiting time is a litmus test for ease of doing business … Continue reading

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Puerto Ricans blindly follow their corrupt government, according to Simon Black

House Cats or Human Beings? House Cats or Human Beings? Simon Black May 19, 2020 Bahia Beach, Puerto Rico One of the more flummoxing aspects about living in Puerto Rico is that the political leadership is never-ending parade of highly … Continue reading

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Water is a crucial shield against the pandemic

380 million gallons wasted from 640 million gallons produced daily! Over 59% of produced water is wasted in Puerto Rico?  Will file under Incompetence & Mismanagement. https://www.elnuevodia.com/english/english/nota/waterisacrucialshieldagainstthepandemic-2568005 Water is a crucial shield against the pandemic Drinking water is essential for … Continue reading

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Why is the culture of corruption in Puerto Rico politicians so pervasive and persistent?

Donald Trump gets many things wrong, but he was right about Puerto Rico’s culture of corruption, incompetence, mismanagement. “Puerto Rico is one of the most corrupt places on earth. Their politicians are either incompetent or corrupt.” – Donald Trump Recent … Continue reading

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Integrating Puerto Rico – By Incorporating Best Practices

WOLPERT GAZTAMBIDE: Integrating Puerto Rico WOLPERT GAZTAMBIDE: Integrating Puerto Rico Christian Wolpert Gaztambide1:44 am, Nov 16, 2018 Guest Columnist In the wake of Hurricane Maria, various campus organizations have mobilized against Yale’s holdings in mutual funds that hold Puerto Rican … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico struggles with coronavirus testing

Click link to see video with CBS News Correspondent David Begnaud https://www.cbsnews.com/video/puerto-rico-struggles-with-coronavirus-testing https://news.yahoo.com/puerto-rico-struggles-coronavirus-testing-175545603.html Puerto Rico struggles with coronavirus testing CBS News Videos•April 20, 2020 Health officials in Puerto Rico fear the number of cases on the island may be three … Continue reading

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As Puerto Rico prepares for the pandemic, residents fear the government hasn’t learned from Hurricane Maria

https://www.vox.com/2020/4/9/21213212/puerto-rico-coronavirus-covid-19 Old San Juan resident Carlos Toro shines shoes on his balcony on March 18.Ricardo Arduengo/AFP via Getty Images As Puerto Rico prepares for the pandemic, residents fear the government hasn’t learned from Hurricane Maria Local officials have imposed some … Continue reading

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