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12 CDMX Municipalities Face Restricted Water Distribution This Month

PULSE NEWS MEXICO Twelve Mexico City municipalities — Álvaro Obregón, Azcapotzalco, Benito Juárez, Cuajimalpa, Coyoacán, Cuauhtémoc, Iztapalapa, Iztacalco, Miguel Hidalgo, Magdalena Contreras, Tlapan and Venustiano Carranza — will have a decrease in water supply for the next four weeks, the capital’s water system announced Saturday, Nov. 12. Due to a technical failure on Friday, Nov. 11, in one of the

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Water Cutoffs Affect 12 Municipalities in Mexico City

By MARK LORENZANA On Monday, Aug. 15, 12 municipalities in Mexico City experienced a reduction in the supply of drinking water due to the low water levels in the storage dams of the Cutzamala System aqueduct. Representatives from the Mexico City Water System (Sacmex) explained early Monday that the water pressure in the capital would be decreased from the usual

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Contingency Extended, All Red Holograms Are Restricted Wednesday

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF As temperatures and stagnant air continue to plague Mexico City and the Valley of Mexico, leading to high ozone levels, the Megalopolis Environmental Commission (Came) determined later Tuesday, May 3, that Phase I of the ozone contingency plan would be maintained, at least through Wednesday, May 4. Ozone levels in parts of the capital

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Some 0 and 00 Sticker Cars Cannot Circulate Tuesday

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF Due to high air contamination levels across Mexico City and the extended metropolis in the Valley of Mexico, the Megalopolis Environmental Commission (Came) late Monday, May 2, announced an emergency Phase 1 contingency plan requiring that the Day-without-a-Car (hoy no circula) program be extended to include more cars for Tuesday, May 3, including some

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Mexican Federal Government to Help with Line 12 Repair

By KELIN DILLON After the tragic collapse of Mexico City’s Line 12 metro, which the public pointedly blamed on the capital’s government, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) on Thursday, June 10, announced the federal government’s commitment to assist in its reconstruction and reopening. During his daily morning press conference, López Obrador said he would be meeting with Mexico City

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With Midterm Vote, Morena Loses Precincts in Mexico City

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Despite extensive campaigns across Mexico’s capital aimed at gaining and maintaining control over its 32 precincts in the midterm elections on Sunday, June 6, preliminary vote counts indicate that the leftist National Regeneration Movement (Morena) lost territory as a result of the polling. Morena, founded by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) as a platform to promote

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