Tourists arriving at Puerto Plata port criticize piles of garbage at the entrance to the terminal
PUERTO PLATA.- A major novelty on Monday was the arrival at the local commercial wharf of the Spanish-flag tourist cruise “Berlin” with 623 occupants. However, the citizens of Puerto Plata criticize that visitors have to face piles of garbage at the entrance to the terminal.
In the information provided by the journalist Hugo Gómez Guzmán, the tourist boat was brought from Puerto Plata with some 348 tourists and 275 crew, whose arrival was coordinated by the administrator of the Dominican Port Authority (APORDOM) in this Atlantic province, licensed Walbert José Musa To the mountain.
The journalist Fernando Almonte on his Facebook account stated that visitors of the aforementioned cruise practically had to walk over the piles of garbage piled on the sidewalks of the avenue that gives access to the local pier.
“I wonder where is the best valued mayor of Puerto Plata and where are his employees, who are supposed to spend the 10 million pesos donated by tourism minister to clean this city … I publish this complaint because the bad is not covered, it should not be possible in Puerto Plata in the midst of a tourist re-launch in the province, “said Almonte.
Source: Puerto Plata Digital
Dec 21, 2016
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