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Former Tropical Depression Nine has weakened, and its circulation is no longer significant. We will still get rain and wind, but it will continue to weaken as it moves across the Yucatan.— Weather Underground Current Position Permalink
Wed 22 Oct 2014 The Laguna Seca Ferry is undergoing maintenance from October 21st to Oct 24th.
Corozal Daily reports that the Ministry of Works closed the Laguna Seca Ferry, between Copper Bank Village and Chunox Village, from Tuesday, October 21st until to Friday, October 24th, from 8am to 4pm, for necessary repairs. With the Thunderbolt also temporarily out of commission, this is bad news for Sarteneja especially.— Lincoln Eiley, Corozal Daily For the Facebook Post Permalink
Wed 15 Oct 2014 Thunderbolt Water Taxi is out of service for two weeks for annual maintenance.
The Thunderbolt Water Taxi Facebook page says that they will be closed for about two weeks, beginning 15 October. The boat is having its yearly maintenance. They will post on their Facebook page when it is back in service.For more ... Permalink
Sat 11 Oct 2014 The Saturday and Sunday programs have been postponed due to weather.
The Corozal Organization Leading Cultureal Heritage and Art (COLCHA) has announced that they are postponing the final two events of the Festival de la Hispanidad y Mestizaje due to inclement weather.
The Hasta la Media Musical Concert scheduled for Saturday, and the Evening of Tradition and Culture scheduled for Sunday, will both be rescheduled at a later date. They were both outdoor events.Permalink
Tue 7 Oct 2014 A look at the improvements underway at the Santa Elena, Corozal, border.
Oct 7 - SANTA ELENA, COROZAL - The northern border rehabilitation project at the Santa Elena border in Corozal continues ahead in full steam with the upgrading of the road, drainage and traffic circulation infrastructure.
The project includes the erection of an Entry Border crossing canopy, Exit Border crossing canopy, two traffic circles or roundabouts. One roundabout is proposed to bear the Gonzalo Guerrero monument and the second will bear our Belize Flag monument.For more ... Permalink
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