Papelón tras papelón en el caso del almacén de Ponce

Los papelones de la secretaria de Justicia, Denisse Longo Quiñones, en el caso de acceso a la información que presentaron la Asociación de Periodistas de Puerto Rico y el Centro de Periodismo Investigativo para obtener informe de la investigación sobre el almacén de suministros en Ponce, deben parar. Son demasiados. Como si no fuera suficiente con el acto mismo de que el Gobierno dejara sin distribuir oportunamente los suministros disponibles a la gente que los necesitaba. Se siguen usando recursos del Estado para ocultar un documento que a todas luces la ciudadanía tiene el derecho a conocer. El Tribunal de Primera Instancia de San Juan ordenó al Departamento de Justicia (DJ) este pasado viernes a las 4:52 pm entregar de forma inmediata el informe.

Economic development scarce for P.R.’s micro and small entrepreneurs

“To avoid a headache,” Wilfredo Cubero hired a professional authorized by the Permit Management Office (PMO) to get the Use Permit for his business Piu Bello Gelato, located in Plaza del Sol mall in Bayamón. His biggest setback at the moment is that he still does not have the sanitary license required for all food businesses, because a Health Department inspector has yet to visit his place to do the mandatory inspection. Cubero submitted the application for the sanitary license on Oct. 23, 2018 and it was not until five months later that a Health Department inspector reached out to him for the inspection. At that time, the inspection could not be done because the area where the business is located in the shopping center was closed for remodeling.