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Streetlight Repair Program Reinitialized

Streetlight Repair Program

During the October meeting, it was voted on, and approved, to reinitialize the streetlight repair program. Dick Pickup is heading the effort.

On the first day that Dick began, his team repaired 9 lights (it took 7 sensors and 4 bulbs.

The second day out, Dicks team completed the repairs on all the lights that had been on the approved (by the Delegado) for repair in Zona Dorada.

If you live in an area other than Zona Dorada, please contact Dick, via an email to [email protected] with the street name and the stenciled post number.

By | 2016-10-15T22:19:44-05:00 October 15th, 2016|Featured, Street Lights|3 Comments

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  1. Carmen y Rocco February 12, 2017 at 8:47 pm

    How about the street repairs? Who do we contact?
    Last year we had our block of street impiedrada and finished with money that all the home owners paid to get it done, only to see it being destroyed by the many cement trucks that cross it every day to go to new hospital site.
    The street is Carmen Serdan, starting from Avenida Las Palmas,( Decameron) to Calle Fibba).
    Thank you for listening!

  2. Jeff Wuolle April 5, 2017 at 3:11 pm

    My wife and I live at #40- Los Picos Avenue, across from Terralta traffic light. We were so pleased to arrive in October and see the street light on the boulevard [directly across from our casa] was repaired and working well. To prove its worth let me tell you about last night. The light went out about 9:00pm and at 3:00am our truck, which had been on the street all winter, was broken into! Coincidence?……I think not!
    We would gladly contribute towards a new light, if this were possible. Just please let us know and we will arrange payment for this.
    Kindest regards and keep up the good work!
    Jeff and Alice

    • Rick Kranefuss April 15, 2017 at 8:50 am

      Jeff & Alice,
      Unfortunately, once we had repaired over 400 lights in our pueblo, the government of Nayarit stepped in and had us cease and desist…stating that they would take over all light repairs. I will, however, pass this information on to Dick Pickup, who was acting as the coordinator for the streetlight project, to see if there is something that can be done.

      Rick K.
      President, Amigos de Bucerias

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