Property Development in Puerto Rico Hurts Protected Areas - Bloomberg

2022-06-15 14:54:32 By : Ms. Nicole Zheng

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Salinas, Puerto Rico (AP) -- Jacqueline Vázquez was sitting on the couch when her phone rang.

She had just returned from a government office where she filed a complaint about illegal construction in an ecological reserve. The reserve is dedicated to one of the island's largest mangrove forests near her neighborhood in southern Puerto Rico.