The view is clear now … “THE U.S. GOVERNMENT REVEALS ITS AGENDA” … take what’s left and leave your American citizens in squalor conditions. Sure, pay the debtors, f*ck the Puerto Rican people … after all, “it’s only Chinatown”!!
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) will no longer monitor water resources in Puerto Rico because the island’s government owes it $2 million.
The USGS will stop operating up to 177 hydrologic stations within two weeks, by July 1. This will affect the monitoring of water quality, and stop the issuance of USGS flood warnings throughout the island.
Flood monitoring is a serious issue in Puerto Rico. In 1998, Hurricane Georges inflicted over $2 billion worth of damage on the island. In 2008, two feet of rain drenched Puerto Rico within a 24-hour period. In April 2016, severe flooding left several highly-populated areas under four feet of water.
THE U.S. GOVERNMENT REVEALS ITS AGENDA
The USGS is a part of the US federal government…a bureau within the U.S. Department of the Interior.
The federal government is well aware that July 1 is the deadline, for Puerto Rico to pay $2…
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