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  1. Does anyone know a RELIABLE HOUSE PAINTER? One with a working phone number. It seems anyone worth their salt is booked up for months.
  2. Hi y'all! Greetings from New Orleans. I am Jacinto. After living in the States for more than 20 years (I am from Mexico and my wife from Kentucky) my wife, Sebastien (our 4 y/o son) and I found chapala, and we loved it! We will be moving to this area pretty soon and just wanted to start having some chats to get more involved in this wonderful community. My Wife Jennie just got her PhD in arts and education. I am a higly qualified handyman and a rustic furniture artist, want to start my handyman business in Chapala, here's my website www.handynola.com and would love to know wha
  3. Does anyone have a recommendation for a handyman that can build small things with wood and do a few other small repairs?
  4. Some people I know will be moving to the Raquet Club, and I know they'll need employees. They are new to the area so won't have any leads on good people. I live in Ajijic, and my rolodex is filled with people who work around here. If any of you who live in the RC or nearby have recommendations for possible employees in that area, I'd love to hear them. The newcomers speak no Spanish, so employees with at least some English are even better, though not completely necessary. Thanks. Housekeeper Gardener Electrician/Plumber Handyman
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