Nearly 80% of colonies in the city of Puerto Vallarta are not being served with trash collection because the company holding the contract has yet to be paid $50 million pesos by the city.
Garbage piling in the streets is becoming a health hazard and source of infection for many residents of the city, and does not appear to be a settled issue before the high-season of tourism approaching.
The debt problem in Puerto Vallarta has been reoccurring for years, since the election of the Citizens Movement party, and has impacted basic services to resident.
Arturo Peña D . . .