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Chapala officials face threat of arrest

The Chapala municipal government’s legal eagles took steps this week to protect Mayor Moisés Anaya and members of the city council from going to jail for the non-payment of a lawsuit brought by Led Lumina, a private company contracted in 2012 to install the municipality’s street lighting system.

Ajijic crosswalks stir controversy

The Chapala government’s initiation of street repairs in Ajijic last week sparked a spirited controversy over appropriate materials, with some inhabitants opposing any use of concrete that alters the town’s rustic appearance and others praising the introduction smoother and more durable surfacing that benefits pedestrians and vehicular traffic.

Governor lays out groundwork for Lake Chapala regional development plan

Embarking on his first official working tour of the Lake Chapala area Friday, June 14, Governor Enrique Alfaro put a spotlight on the governmental thrust for rural activities, wrapping up the visit with the introduction of a sweeping regional development plan to achieve social and economic well-being balanced with the protection of natural resources.