Last updateFri, 15 Feb 2019 10am

Chapala mayor reviews first 100 days

Underscoring his commitment to a new paradigm in public administration, Chapala Mayor Moisés Anaya presented a review of his government’s first 100 days in office at a forum held Monday, January 14 at the former town hall building.

Chapala police collar auto theft suspects

The mayors of Jocotepec and Chapala are on board for a new era of transparency, joining in as affiliates of the Jalisco branch of the Colectivo Ciudadanos por Municipios Transparentes (CIMTRA), a national network of citizen advocacy groups related to government accountability.

Milkman caught shoplifting

The delivery man for the Lala milk company was caught in the act of stealing merchandise from a popular grocery store located on Chapala’s main avenue on Tuesday, January 15.

The Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion is an international movement dedicated to raising the alarm about the dire threat of climate change by using public parades to force governments to take action. 

Chapala mayor vows to protect El Tepalo

Presiding at his first town meeting with inhabitants of Ajijic Monday, January 7, Chapala Mayor Moisés Anaya pledged to stand against development near the Tepalo waterfalls and hiking trail, in the interest of preserving the natural landscape.