Letters to the Editor

I wanted to thank you and compliment you on the excellent work you are doing with the Vallarta Tribune. My wife and I have been coming to PV for years and in that time we have seen the Tribune rise and fall a couple of times, however we both agree that you have taken it to its greatest height yet and we look forward to getting our copy each week now.
Secondly, I would like to express my continued disappointment with the state of the roads here in Puerto Vallarta. For the life of me, I can not understand how a city who collects so much tourism money from hotel room taxes has so little money left over to spend on infrastructure. I have been to other destinations like Cabo and Mazatlan and they both have impeccable streets and roads.
Come on Puerto Vallarta!
Spend a little more money on fixing the roads and little less time on constantly replacing the palm trees around the marina.
Carl and Judy
Tucson, Arizona