Yauco

Yauco

(you`kō), town (1990 pop. 42,058), SW Puerto Rico, on the Yauco River. It is a growing commercial, trade, and processing center of a sugar, coffee, tobacco, and cotton area. Yauco also produces textiles and other light manufactures.
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(27) In addition, several medium-sized towns (2,500-10,000) had significant "colored" populations, including Yauco, 51 percent; San Lorenzo, 50; Carolina, 49; Vieques, 47; Sabana Grande, 41; San German, 40; and Aibonito, 39 (US Bureau of the Census 1931, 164-5--Table 21).
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Several implementers have designed and constructed GRS-IBS structures for seismic loads, including the 1-84 bridge over Echo Frontage Road in Utah and the PR-2 Bridge in Yauco, Puerto Rico.
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Jose Toro Alfonso, Joe para sus amigos, nacio el 29 de mayo de 1952 en Yauco, Puerto Rico.
(19) The Ponce banking market is defined to include the following municipalities in Puerto Rico: Adjuntas, Coamo, Guanica, Guayanilla, Jayuya, Juana Diaz, Penuelas, Ponce, Salinas, Santa Isabel, Villalba, and Yauco.
In addition, AT&T launched 4G LTE in the cities of Guayama, San German and Yauco in 2012.
In 1920, Pedro Gil, the principal and athletic director of Yauco High School appealed for a commitment to physical education on behalf of all teachers.