Valladolid residents say that the trees in the parks are drying up little by little and these places are running out of shade, so it is urgent that the municipal authorities determine the causes and find a solution to the problem.
Last year, at least three large trees, approximmatelly 40 feet tall, were cut from Centro’s main park, because they allegedly represented a danger to people. Months ago, a branch broke and two women, mother and daughter, resulted injured.
Then, the cutting of another tree located a few meters away from the first one was ordered, but the Department of Ecology started a reforestation program in the park and other trees were planted, so that in a few years they would be as leafy as those that were cut down.
For the same reason, another tree was cut in the park of the neighborhood of San Juan, some of its branches had already fallen. Days later, came the turn of two more trees that stood for decades in the atrium of the former convent of San Bernardino de Siena, which gave shade to those who came to the place to sit and enjoy the fresh air and the majestic view of the historic building.
Not far from there, but in the back of the ex-convent, two other trees are drying out, and since their branches could also fall and injure someone, locals have already asked Valladolid municipal authorities for their prompt intervention.
more recommended stories
Mérida City Council will take “vulnerable social groups” representatives to visit Logos Hope
MÉRIDA, Yuc.- The City Council of.
Four deaths in Yucatán due to Influenza: State Health Secretariat
After days of waiting to have.
Mexico opposes U.S. plan to make it take asylum seekers -document, source
MEXICO CITY, July 12 (Reuters) –.
Mexican scientists develop fetal monitoring device
Specialists from the Center for Industrial.
800,000 tourists are expected to visit Yucatan this summer
“During this summer holiday season it.
Yucatecan guayabera will be present at the Central American and Caribbean Games of Barranquilla 2018
The president of the National Chamber.
Mérida teen electrocuted by cell phone charger cable
A 15-year-old girl died after she.
One&Only Palmilla a state-of-the-art beach resort by the Sea of Cortez
The One&Only Palmilla sits by the.
“Chayote” the Mexican super-food that could cure cancerous tumors
After a decade of research and.
Hoteliers of Cancún seek promotion in new international markets
Despite the situation faced by hoteliers.