As many of you now know, Danielle Charles inserted herself into our negotiations and hijacked the outcome.
The Government of Ecuador has imposed a nationwide curfew from 9:00 pm to 5:00 am daily until the state of exception is lifted.
We cannot allow it to enter our community. Stay away from infection zones.
Bill and Elaine Breadner are not infected and may now leave their home.
COVID-19 is a danger to our community. We must care for each other. We cannot permit an outbreak.
18 March 2020
Food, fuel, medicine, cash.
We have a basic offer from CNEL to return our electricity. We are currently negotiating the details.
As far as we know, nobody at Mirador San Jose has been infected. We must keep it that way.
Bill says he is completely recovered.
We are working on a solution to transfer large amounts of cash from Canada to Ecuador.
17 March 2020
The acrid stench lingering over Mirador San Jose is our trash, burning upwind of us.
16 March 2020
The crisis management committee is working on several fronts to deal with the upcoming quarantine.
15 March 2020
Today, we formed a crisis management committee to oversee functions that are critical to the daily operation of Mirador San Jose.
At five o’clock this afternoon, the security company that employs our guards pulled them from duty because Inmirsan is $30,000 in their debt.