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No culebra, fue dragón

Lakeshore locals often attribute flash floods, such as the one experienced last week, to waterspouts that suck massive amounts of water out of lake and release it when they collide with the neighboring mountain range.

Stopping the steal

Chapala authorities stepped in promptly in response to citizen complaints that dump trucks were seen disposing loads of earth on a lakefront property in Riberas del Pilar, in another presumed attempt by private individuals to appropriate federal land.

Governor dismisses new proposal for dam

A counterproposal for the future of the stalled Zapotillo Dam on the Verde River in the Los Altos region of Jalisco will not solve Guadalajara’s chronic water supply issues, Governor Enrique Alfaro stated after joining President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to meet with representatives of communities affected by the project last weekend.

Ajijic storm: Disaster cleanup & aid progresses

As the Chapala municipal government continues cleaning up Ajijic neighborhoods struck by flash floods and debris slides at dawn on Tuesday, October 5, the local populace has stepped up to the plate to support 683 people directly affected by storm damage.