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  1. Eleanor– It's interesting to read this article (below) which is reporting that CR Legisltive officials are (finally) seeking funding, as a loan, no less!, –some 6 months after the incident– to help those areas devastated last October (2017) by Hurricane Nate. Amazing to recall reading here on the Forums how your local funding efforts so quickly swung into play –immediately after this storm happened and its damage occurred– and how successful that effort was in raising a significant amount of funding. And yet at that very time how the CR banks, etc. gave you such a hard time with accessing those funds so that they could be distributed locally to those who were in need and suffering from all the horrific damage! This somewhat less than timely effort does rather boggle the mind . . . Paul M. == A.M. Costa Rica | Vol. 18, No.413 | April 13, 2018 | Friday Legislators seek a $20 million loan 
to assist victims of tropical storm Nate ==

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