This week revealed some disturbing signs of shortages. Happily, our HOA Community Manager is managing the interruptions so we don’t see anything! (Or pay for emergency supplies!)
On track to become the number one beach retreat south of the border, Cabo has just beaten other tourism hubs like Cancun and Puerto Vallarta in a major award show, where it was crowned the best destination within Mexico.
Managing our botanical heritage here at Las Mañanitas is the only one of the major operational areas that the HOA farms out to outside vendors. We wanted to see what would be involved if we brought landscape maintenance “in house,” so […]
Under pressure from activists worldwide, the Mexican legislature passed an update to the General Wildlife Law. The Cancun Sun has an in-depth report (below), and it appears that dolphin shows might be on the way out.
The Annual Assemblies of the HOA and the three Las Mañanitas Phases will be held on Saturday morning, November 5th at 9:00 AM. For Owners only! Register now for a personalized link to the Zoom session […]
from Gringo Gazette Mayor Oscar Leggs continues to find more water to alleviate the need in Cabo San Lucas, where thousands of people do not have enough water supply other than by buying it from more expensive water trucks. Many…
We in Las Mañanitas have been experiencing rolling blackouts for reasons explained below. We will update the information here. Check back whenever you want: As of 11:00 p.m. Central Time on September 29, power was restored to all affected users. …
Last year, our HOA spent almost $100,000 USD on water, mostly for pools and landscaping. Last week, our Community Manager met with OOMSAPAS and learned that our rates will go up 36% NEXT YEAR!
You may wonder why the “New Garages” project is taking so long. Turns out, this is a case study in what happens when we deal with the complexities of Las Mañanitas’ legal structure and the requirements of Mexican law protecting Owners.
from Gringo Gazette AUGUST 12, 2022 Due to a huge reduction in Covid infections, the state’s health department has announced that all restrictions are lifted in Los Cabos, Mulege and Loreto, with the exception of entering a store, bar or…
For over 15 years, residents of all 3 Phases used the common areas of all 3 Phases AS IF they were one, big “Master” condominium. Legally, though, each Phase is independent.
In an earlier Assembly, Owners authorized creation of a Cross-Sharing Agreement. At the next Assembly (11/5/2022), we’ll need to ratify it.
This is an interim report to Las Mañanitas Owners on using desal to increase water security What about our current water supply? All new hotels along the Carretera Transpeninsular between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas are required…
So, you would think that surrounded by all that water, potable water would not be a problem. Well, I am not telling any secrets when say that it is. In just about every survey of Baja Sur residents, water issues are almost always atop the list. Here are two Gringo Gazette stories with great information.
Bottom line answer: It depends. On whether you have permanent or temporary residency. On whether you generate rental income or other Mexican-sourced income. On other factors unique to YOUR situation. So our advice: talk with your professional advisors in Mexico….