Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings

July 25, 2012

The London Olympics are coming up. Starting July 27, Hotel Byblos and its Billfish Sports Bar will broadcast the events on a jumbo TV, as well as numerous flat-screen TVs. Billfish will also be offering daily food and drink specials, so come support your favorite athletes from around the world.

The Chamber of Commerce, the mayor and the City Council have been working on many projects, including the water sewage treatment plant, tourism promotion, crime prevention programs, a plan for law enforcement vehicle maintenance, educational facilities, renovation for public spaces in the Marina District, the construction of a new police station and more. More updates will come in the next few weeks.

Go Chamber! Thanks for what you are doing. For more information, see www.visitmanuelantonio.com.

–Jennifer Rice

jennifer@kidssavingtherainforest.org

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