Coffee & Headlines • May 18, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


A new mobility and security law was approved by Congress and goes into effect today throughout the country.

Airbnb collected 14 million MXN in hospitality taxes for the state of Jalisco in February and March.

Puerto Vallarta generates over 20,000 million MXN for the state of Jalisco in gross domestic revenue each year.

Last night’s power outage was city-wide.

Jalisco confirms that vehicular verification at a state and federal level are two different entities.

Puerto Vallarta purchases land to use as a new cemetery.


Now that the tropical storm season is on, the city’s Municipal Council for Civil Protection is on constant alert.

SEAPAL reports of traffic closures along Francisco Villa Ave. due to repairs.

19-year-old Jaliscience beats world records by climbing Mount Everest.

Volaris resumes daily direct flights to Toluca in September.


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