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Dear Editor:

It has come to my attention that there are seven high-density developments in progress (one completed) around San Miguel de Allende, all by the same developer. They are all massive structures of condos, apartments, townhomes and are totally out of sync with the landscape of the town and surrounds, as they dominate the vistas, and [...]

Querido Editor:

Agradece El Charco del Ingenio a SMCF apoyo para su nuevo Centro de Información En nombre del Consejo Directivo de nuestra organización, me es grato hacer público nuestro reconocimiento a San Miguel Community Foundation por el significativo apoyo de 400,000 pesos otorgado a nuestro proyecto constructivo de un nuevo Centro de Visitantes en el Jardín [...]

Dear editor:

Charco thanks SMCF for Support of New Interpretative Center   On behalf of the board of directors of our organization, I publicly express our gratitude to the San Miguel Community Foundation for its 400,000 pesos support for the construction project of a new Visitor and Interpretative Center in the Botanical Garden. This Center will offer [...]

Dear Editor:

Re your article on the El Pípila traffic circle. We are newcomers to this lovely city but have to admit we are scared half to death every time we approach the roundabout. We have tackled lots of roundabouts in most European cities and they incorporate traffic lights on their circles. Has this ever been considered? [...]

Dear Editor:

I would like to thank the editor and staff of Atención for the service they give to the community. I am weekly enriched by the publication. Tim Hazell’s columns on food and food anthropology are a delight, as were the turmeric eggs with caramelized onions for a Saturday morning breakfast. Charles Miller’s Computer Corner always [...]

Dear Members and Friends of El Charco del Ingenio

On behalf of our nonprofit’s board of directors, this letter is to request your financial support for the renewal of the Botanical Garden’s reception area. New infrastructure is required after 26 years of continuous operation. Such an endeavor requires an investment exceeding our ordinary income, so we are reaching out in order to complete this [...]

Dear Editor:

There’s a saying in English, “It takes a village.” And that is exactly what happened for Ser Mujer 2018. So many individuals and groups came together to celebrate Women’s History Month in March. Now in its fourth year, Ser Mujer plans and presents socially and culturally relevant programs about women’s struggles and successes around the [...]

Dear Editor:

Amongst many of the delights of visiting San Miguel over many years, the absence of the use of car hooters must rank fairly high. Even Mexico City is surprisingly quiet these days. One must be thankful for the enchanting patience of our Mexican friends towards us foreigners when many of us elderly folk take our [...]

Dear Editor:

I fell on Umarán on the way up to Calzada de la Estación. I think I just tripped on the sidewalk. I was bleeding from a couple of cuts on my face and shaken. Several people came to the rescue—a woman walking on the street, a man came out of a shop with a roll [...]

Dear Editor

Imagine the surprise of residents of El Mirador, Club Campestre Los Huizaches, Buenaventura, families of students attending Colegio Carrusel Atabal, and others who regularly drive on Calle Fray San Miguel several weeks ago to find that a structure that appeared to be a security booth was being built in the middle of the road just [...]

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