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Crime watch website reappears

Lakeside’s original community-based crime report website was reincarnated this week under new management at the revised URL www.lakechapalacrime.com. The site was revived following the sudden demise of Lakeside Crime Tracker, an alternate site developed after Lakeside Crime Watch folded last May.


Introducing Chapala's 'new boot'

The outfit responsible for operating the metered pay-to-park zone in downtown Chapala has put metal vehicle immobilization devices on public display as a warning  that more stringent measures may be applied against motorists who omit payment, overstay  allotted times or occupy parking spaces reserved for the disabled with legitimate need.

News in brief

Property sales up

Home sales in Guadalajara have risen by 4.4 percent this year, according to the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI). This growth is due to an increased demand for apartments valued between 500,000 pesos to two million pesos, says Alma Rosa Rosas Lizarraga, a delegate of AMPI’s Guadalajara chapter. Most activity has been taking place in Guadalajara’s Chapalita and Ciudad del Sol neighborhoods.