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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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The Hidden Problems With Puerto Rico’s Water Supply – Pollution, groundwater contamination

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/puerto-rico-hurricane-water-contamination The Hidden Problems With Puerto Rico’s Water Supply Hurricane Maria exacerbated long-term issues, and researchers are only just starting to understand how. by Sarah Laskow March 05, 2018 Islands Week Directing water from a cave spring to drinking water … Continue reading

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Weak Building Code Enforcement Exacerbates Destruction in Puerto Rico

  https://www.wsj.com/articles/weak-building-code-enforcement-exacerbates-destruction-in-puerto-rico-1512475200 Weak Building Code Enforcement Exacerbates Destruction in Puerto Rico Far fewer homes on the island might have been damaged during Hurricane Maria if all of them had been built to code Pedro Deschamps helps workers hired by FEMA … Continue reading

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