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Cabo Rojo mayor wants cruise ships on its shores

In Cabo Rojo 60% of the municipality’s income comes from tourism, so the mayor, George A. Morales ViskovicHe asked to focus on new strategies and alliances to continue the growth of the region and not depend on debt to sustain the economy of the city and give way to the development of projects.

Morales emphasized that wants to turn his city into a destination for the arrival of small luxury cruise shipsLike the company Sea Dream Yacht Club’s Sea Dream II, with a capacity of 110 passengers, which docked in Cabo Rojo in February.

“Years of living on debt have passed in history and Cabo Rojo, with the blessings of nature, we understand that we can bet on tourism as one of the main sources of income and support Cabo Rojo without being dependent on itself. on this kind of culture of borrowing and we are working towards that.”He expressed.

“Recently, a small cruise ship came to Cabo Rojo, one of them was called ‘Luxury’ and they were talking with the captain from a tour of Puerto Rico and looking at emails, Bocarón was one of the most important destinations for this cruise and it was therefore that Bocarón is now going to be a definite part of your trips to Puerto Rico.The mayor said.

According to Morales, this experience opens the door for more boats of this type to anchor off the coast of Cabo Verde and capitalize on this market.

“We’re done with it. In logic, Features need improvement, Doc. At least for this cruise the Coast Guard asked us for some details and they are working on that. But, thank God, that brings us a little bit more economy and at the same time, whoever comes to Bokaron is going to speak well and they are going to come back or more people are going to come by other air and land routes” predicts Meyer. Of.

Similarly, Morales announced that efforts were being made to promote Cabo Rojo under the concept of ‘sister cities’ in Florida in collaboration with Key West. With this effort both the destinations will promote each other.

“The people of Key West in the United States had a vision to create a concept that was to have sister cities in other countries. They had already made their resolve in the government there, we made it here. The concept is that Key West will promote Boquerón, Cabo Rojo, Combat and we will promote Key West as a sister city and activities will be carried out between the two cities.The mayor said.

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they will renovate the symbolic places

In addition to working on their embellishments and decorations in tourism development plans, Cabo Rojo has improvements to several iconic places.

“We have put an emphasis on beautifying our city, because Cabo Rojo is a tourist city with thousands of visitors and this was one of our great challenges. The municipal buildings were in a very significant state of abandonment and the city’s decor shone through. was lacking”Morales said.

Another important project for the mayor is the second remodeling of the city of Bokaron, which is in the design process and will cost approximately $1 million.

“The city was fixed and the design worked out was not functional, as they were decorative boards on top of the blocks and they are broken, the screws are coming out, they are raised and consequently a hazard. Carts bought for traders have also become a threat as they are filled with mold everywhere. So a project to remodel the city of Bokaron is coming up. All these actions are with the City Revitalization Fund, ARPA and CRIM Money”, the mayor said.

The municipal president also said he is seeking permits to begin remodeling the Los Morillos Lighthouse.

“Los Morillos Lighthouse is being restored. Earlier it was not possible to do so as the permit we had to give to use it had expired for many years and we had to enter the competition process again to manage it. Thank God they supported us and we have already got the official permit and soon, some remodeling permits will be made for the lighthouse and use will resume,” Mayer explained.

The work will include replacing doors and windows, repairing cracks and deck boards on the second floor, and painting its exterior.

In the same way, Caborzono Mayor plans to improve the Ramón Amaterio Betanes entertainment square and the streets of the urban area. He indicated that both projects are already in the design process and that the investment is close to $2 million.

On the other hand, The mayor said he is working on a flood mitigation project in the Pol Ojia community and Korojo neighborhood. A Pluvial Canal is being built there at a cost of about $3 million.

“A rain channel is being built to divert water and prevent flooding in the Pol Ojia community and Korozo neighborhood. That community is like a hole, although it doesn’t rain much, but when it rains for 100 years, on that occasion water accumulates and has to be drained and houses with eight feet of water reach their windows. goes. , This construction is done to prevent these waters from getting there and it should not happen again,” Morales said.

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