Planned Hotel on Beach Sparks Controversy

    Christopher Columbus Landing Resort, a 140-acre complex on Puerto Rico’s northwest coast of Playuela, is stirring concern in the in community, with some fearing that the project will overtake an untouched beach. Proponents say the project would bring 700 jobs to the area. To read more, click here.

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