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State authorities warn Tulum coastal businesses to abide by new nighttime noise rules or else

Tulum, Q.R. — Tulum coastal area businesses are being warned to abide by the new nighttime schedule or else. In a briefing from the FGE, the State Attorney General’s Office says they are calling on the businessmen of the Coastal Zone of Tulum to abide by the new schedule of nighttime recreational activities.

FGE Quintana Roo head Óscar Montes de Oca said that the City Council of Tulum is in charge of following up on the recommendation of a time of midnight to shut down activities, a time that was agreed at the recent meeting with the Coordination Group for the Construction of Peace and Security of Quintana Roo.

“The Quintana Roo State Attorney General’s Office will ensure that businessmen and other municipal authorities comply with said agreement. Any public servant or owner of an establishment in the Coastal Zone that violates this measure will be investigated,” Óscar Montes de Oca warned publicly.

He also warned that other administrative and/or criminal procedures will be applied to businesses who fail to abide by the new set rules.

The new schedule agreed upon earlier this month will see alcohol sales in the coastal zone stop at midnight as well as loud music, which will no longer be allowed to exceed 65 decibels.