Cancun, Q.R. — In response to a complaint filed by a community group, a temporary total closure of a property has been imposed by inspectors.
The closure includes a property adjacent to the Chacmochuch Lagoon System in Cancun after a community group, Río Chacmochuch, filed a complaint with officials. City inspectors visited the site where they reported finding uprooted trees and the disposal of special handling waste and urban waste without having the corresponding permits.
Due to the possibility of property owners continuing to generate negative impacts in the area, since it is located 200 meters from the Federal Reserve of the Biosphere of the Mexican Caribbean, city inspectors proceeded to close the property.
The disposed of waste was found near the Lagunar Chacmochuch System in the municipality of Benito Juárez in the city of Cancún. At the time of the inspection, personnel were not able to present the documentation requested in the inspection order, therefore, the total temporary closure of the property was made due to the disposal of special handling waste and urban waste without having the corresponding permits.