Among the uprising's main objective was to attack "La Fortaleza" (the Governors mansion) and the United States Federal Court House Building in Old San Juan. It used to be the city's and also the island of Puerto Rico's main international gateway until the opening of Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport. What is now known as Old San Juan occupied the western end of a rocky islet, the Isleta de San Juan, at the mouth of San Juan Bay. [76], In 2010 there were 201 homicides in San Juan, a rate of around 50 per 100,000 residents. There is also a growing West Indian population, both of Hispanic and non-Hispanic origin. It is operated jointly by the Puerto Rico Department of Corrections and the Medical Services Administration. During this period the city underwent an industrial revolution, although as of 1984 it had never generated its own economic region. [11][12][13], San Juan, as a settlement of the Spanish Empire, was used by merchant and military ships traveling from Spain as the first stopover in the Americas. Encuentre teléfonos, direcciones, página web, contactos y más información de la empresa Municipio de San Juan en ElDirectorio.co el mayor directorio ✆ telefónico empresarial de Puerto Rico. They drove Enrico and his men from their trenches and into the ocean in their haste to reach their ships.[17]. [83], The Metropolitan Bus Authority (Autoridad Metropolitana de Autobuses or AMA in Spanish) provides daily bus transportation to residents of San Juan, Guaynabo, Bayamón, Toa Baja, Trujillo Alto, Cataño and Carolina through 30 fixed routes. [citation needed] Several private schools are located in San Juan, including Robinson and St. John's schools in the Condado, Perpetuo Socorro in Miramar, St. John's Episcopal, Santa Mónica and Academia San Jorge in Santurce, Commonwealth High School, La Merced and Espíritu Santo in Hato Rey, Escuela Josefita Monserrate de Selles, San Antonio, Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola, San José in Río Piedras and Cupeyville, St. Mary's, Boneville and Cupey Maria Montesory School in Cupey. Technological advances after World War II in the development of the airliner, coupled with the island's climate and natural setting, have transformed San Juan into the springboard for tourism around the island, and has made the rest of the Caribbean known throughout the world during the last fifty years. San Juan de la Maguana is a city and municipality in the western region of the Dominican Republic, and capital of the San Juan province.It was one of the first cities established on the island; founded in 1503 and was given the name of San Juan de la Maguana by San Juan Bautista and the Taino name of the valley: Maguana. Today, San Juan is Puerto Rico's most important seaport[6] and is the island's manufacturing,[citation needed] financial, cultural, and tourism center. [30], On March 8, 1948 the city government of San Juan officially adopted as the city's first flag an orange field, in the center of which is the coat of arms of the city. Centro Médico: This is the main hospital for trauma cases for Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Centro Cardiovascular del Caribe (Caribbean Cardiovascular Center): This is the main hospital for open heart surgery in the Caribbean. SAYS SHE WAS UNDULY HELD Violated Clearance to Elude Enemy Cruisers That Had Been Warned She Was About to Sail", "Preliminary Locations of Landslide Impacts from Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico", "Monthly Averages for San Juan, PR – Temperature and Precipitation", National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, "Climate information for San Juan Intl. Places and monuments emphasized in tourism campaigns include: Old San Juan, promoting the historic nature of its colonial buildings and narrow streets covered by adoquine, a blue stone cast from furnace slag; they were brought over as ballast on Spanish ships. [37] Rainfall is well-distributed throughout the year, but the months of January, February, and March are the driest; as March averages just 1.95 inches (49.5 mm) of rain, the city falls under the tropical monsoon category. Para cumplir con requerimientos de la Comisión Estatal de Elecciones la página oficial del Municipio Autónomo se San Juan se encuentra en revisión. [29] Rincón de Gautier served as mayor until January 2, 1969. San Juan Pediatric Hospital - Also operated by the San Juan municipal government. [45] Other buildings of interest predating the 20th century are the Ayuntamiento or Alcaldía (City Hall), the Diputación Provincial and the Real Intendencia buildings, which house the Puerto Rico Department of State,[46] the Casa Rosa, the San José Church (1523) and the adjacent Hotel El Convento, the former house of the Ponce de León family known as Casa Blanca, the Teatro Tapia, the former Spanish barracks (now Museum of Ballajá), La Princesa (former municipal jail, now headquartering the Puerto Rico Tourism Company), and the Santa María Magdalena de Pazzis Cemetery, located just outside the city walls. After Pablo Ubarri sought permission to link San Juan with Río Piedras proper via steam tramway in 1878, the time it took to travel between both points were shortened and thereby stimulated the colonization and growth of the district. Industrial Hospital: This is the hospital for Puerto Rico government employees, whether municipal or Commonwealth government employees. These 10 hospitals are: Also, there are 10 private hospitals in San Juan. La alcaldesa de San Juan, Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto, anunció que hoy el municipio pagó el bono de Navidad de hasta 700 dólares a 5,357 empleados para el periodo del 1 de diciembre 2019 al 30 de noviembre de 2020, lo que representa una inversión total de 3,748,756 dólares. The architecture of San Juan is very diverse, due to its size and all the cultural influences received during its existence. The main hospital is located at Centro Medico. [55] and is home to the "Plaza del Mercado" (Río Piedras Marketplace), the main campus and the Medical Sciences campus of the University of Puerto Rico and the San Juan Botanical Garden. For this reason, population data and land area for the period make reference only to the Antiguo San Juan and Santurce barrios, or subdivisions, of San Juan. These schools emphasize topics such as Science and Math, Radio and Television, Arts, Trade, Music, and Sports, but also include other subjects such as Spanish, English, and Social Studies in their curriculum. It is often referred to as "The Gateway to the Caribbean" because it serves as the main connection to the island and the rest of the Caribbean for the United States and vice versa. Puerto Rico's capital is the third oldest European-established capital city in the Americas, after Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic, founded in 1496, and Panama City, in Panama, founded in 1521,[5] and is the oldest European-established city in the U.S. proper or U.S. territories. People of Italian descent numbered at 1,694, forming 0.4% of the population; people of French descent numbered at 1,064, forming 0.2% of the population. In recent years, an increasing number of Americans not of Hispanic ancestry (both of African American and of White American descent) have moved to San Juan. The largest hospital in San Juan and most important of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean[citation needed] is the Rio Piedras Medical Center, or Centro Medico de Rio Piedras in Spanish. There are 20 hospitals in San Juan, half of them operated by the government. In 1919, Félix Rigau Carrera, "El Aguila de Sabana Grande" (The Eagle from Sabana Grande), the first Puerto Rican pilot, became the first native Puerto Rican to fly an aircraft in the island when he flew his Curtiss JN-4 from Las Casas. Several historical buildings are located in San Juan; among the most notable are the city's former defensive forts, Fort San Felipe del Morro and Fort San Cristóbal, and La Fortaleza, the oldest executive mansion in continuous use in the Americas. [87], Increased investment in public transportation, however, has not changed the fact that San Juan is an automobile-reliant city and its fast growth has sparked urban sprawl. [47][48][49] The Cathedral of San Juan Bautista (construction began in the 1520s) is also located in Old San Juan, and contains the tomb of the Spanish explorer and settlement founder Juan Ponce de León. Pediatric Hospital: Operated by the government of the Commonwealth, this is the main trauma hospital for pediatric cases. Those citizens eligible to vote directly elect a mayor and the municipal assembly for four-year terms. QuickFacts San Juan Municipio, Puerto Rico. [84] There is also a daily ferry service, known as the Cataño Ferry (La Lancha de Cataño), which operates between Old San Juan and the town of Cataño. Some examples are the Ballajá Barracks, which now serve as museum and headquarters of several cultural organizations; La Fortaleza, which has served as the residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico since the 16th Century; and the Ancient Welfare Asylum, which now houses the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, among others. It is made up of eight other hospitals. The rationale for this decision was discussed in a news report, as follows:[66]. Más Información, https://pr.eldirectorio.co/empresas/san-juan/telefonos/municipio-de-san-juan-96724, 1306 Ave Fernandez Juncos Codigo Postal: 00923. Veteran Healthcare System. [34][35], San Juan has a tropical monsoon climate and has an average temperature of 81.0 °F (27.2 °C) although 90 °F (32 °C) or higher temperatures are seen on an average 79 days annually, more commonly occurring during the wetter months of the northern summer, especially if the winds come from the south. San Juan Municipal Hospital: This hospital is operated by the San Juan municipal government. Miramar now hosts the Puerto Rico Convention Center as well as some of San Juan Harbor's cruise ship piers. San Juan is the birthplace of artists and musicians, locally known as Sanjuaneros, who have significantly influenced Puerto Rican culture. [25] The shots ordered by Lt. Marxuach were the first fired by the United States in World War I.[26]. In addition to dozens of state-run elementary, intermediate, and high schools, the government of the city of San Juan operates two bilingual schools, including one sports-magnet school, the first municipal-run schools in Puerto Rico. [28] During the Cold War era, she ordered the establishment of the island's first Civil Defense system under the directorship of Colonel Gilberto José Marxuach (Teófilo's son). In addition to running the city's day-to-day operations and supervising associated departments, the mayor is responsible for appointing a secretary-auditor and a treasurer. [23], Lieutenant Teófilo Marxuach (retired as a Lieutenant Colonel), a native of Arroyo, Puerto Rico, fired the first shot in what is considered to be the first shot of World War I fired by the regular armed forces of the United States against any ship flying the colors of the Central Powers. Only a few hotels were still closed in San Juan and that life for tourists in and around the capital had, for the most part, returned to normal. “Hoy tuvimos nuestra primera reunión, fue una coordinación de los trabajos que vamos a celebrar durante la … [73], The executive branch is headed by a popularly elected mayor. International musicians such as opera singer Justino Díaz and Grammy Award winners Ramón Ayala (Daddy Yankee) and Ricky Martin were born in the city. Miramar is mainly a residential area rising south of the Condado Lagoon. [64] By October 2019, nearly all of the popular amenities for tourists, in the major destinations such as San Juan, Ponce and Arecibo, were in operation on the island and tourism was rebounding. The municipal government sponsors regular health fairs in different areas of the city focusing on health care for the elderly and the disabled. The airport accommodates more than 30 domestic and international airlines and is the busiest airport in the Caribbean. The Puerto Rico Arts Museum owns the largest collection of contemporary art in Puerto Rico, housing over 1,100 permanent art pieces and displaying temporary exhibitions containing artwork from various locations through Latin America. East of Old San Juan lies the wealthy tourist-oriented neighborhood of Condado, which occupies land that used to be owned by entrepreneur Pablo Ubarri Capetillo, a Spanish railroad developer and Count of San José de Santurce under the Spanish colonial period. [61] On January 23, 1984 both of these edifices were catalogued as being part of humanity's cultural patrimony. These are: Teams based in San Juan have been notably successful in athletic competition. San Juan was founded by Spanish colonists in 1521, who called it Ciudad de Puerto Rico ("Rich Port City"). It is now also widely used by the Isla Grande Flight School and Caribbean Flight Center, the only flight school on the island. Manuel Natal lidera la contienda por la municipalidad de San Juan Manuel Natal, ha ido desplazando a ambos aspirantes, por lo que ahora el líder del … [63] Today the capital features hotels, museums, historical buildings, restaurants, beaches and shopping centers. [61] Todos los derechos reservados. FHA-Approved Inspectors List in San Juan Municipio, Puerto Rico (22) Use the box below to search for FHA Inspectors in San Juan Municipio, Puerto Rico by Name, ZIP Code, Company, or License Number. In 1625 the city was sacked by Dutch forces led by Captain Balduino Enrico (also known as Boudewijn Hendricksz/Bowdoin Henrick), but El Morro withstood the assault and was not taken. Actualiza los teléfonos o dirección de la empresa Municipio de San Juan, Escanea con tu teléfono y agrega el contacto a tu directorio personal, Este sitio usa cookies para mejorar la experiencia de usuario. The land battle left 60 Dutch soldiers dead and Enrico with a sword wound to his neck which he received from the hands of Amézqueta. [51], Near Condado are two separate business districts, Santurce and Miramar. [86] The project, which opened in late 2004, cost $2.25 billion and was more than $1 billion over budget and four years late. San Juan Ixcoy («San Juan»: en honor a San Juan Bautista; «Ixcoy»: proviene del término Yich K`ox que en castellano significa «En el asiento de un Vijaw») y también conocido como tierra de las manzanas es un municipio del departamento de Huehuetenango de la región nor-occidente de la … On January 2, 1947, the people of San Juan elected Felisa Rincón de Gautier (also known as Doña Fela) (1897–1994) as their mayor. San Juan de Urabá está situado en el extremo norte del departamento de Antioquia, en la parte baja del Río San Juan, localizado en las coordenadas 8 grados 46 minutos 17 segundos de Latitud Norte y 76 grados 31 minutos 29 segundos de latitud Oeste, Meridiano de Greenwich. 1700-ca. Significant progress had been made in the capital by April 2019, and particularly by October 2019. This part of the city is comprised by a network of "setted" roads usually surrounded by ancient, two-storied houses built on masonry. Ubicado en la comunidad de La Paz, el municipio de de San Juan es una entidad local administrativa dirigida por un alcalde. [61] This includes the city's ancient defensive wall and forts, most notably El Morro and the Castillo San Cristóbal. Other colleges located in San Juan are the University of the Sacred Heart, the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico, the Ana G. Méndez University System's Metropolitan University, the Metropolitan Campus of the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, the Carlos Albizu University, the Evangelic Seminary of Puerto Rico and the Center for Advanced Studies on Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Law enforcement in San Juan is the joint responsibility of the Department of Police and Public Safety, also known as the San Juan Police Department and the Puerto Rico Police Department. Host of Major League Baseball's 2010 "San Juan Series", three games of the Mets at Marlins held on June 28–30, 2010 at, This page was last edited on 23 November 2020, at 21:37. La Oficina del Contralor de Puerto Rico emitió hoy, jueves, una opinión adversa sobre las operaciones fiscales del Municipio de San Juan luego de encontrar instancias de … This step would mean 360,000 fewer visitors, with a loss to the island's economy of $44 million. Según el Censo de Población y Vivienda de 2010, el municipio tiene una población total de 232.333, de los cuales 122.550 eran hombres y 109.783 mujeres. Old San Juan also features several public squares, like the Plaza de Armas, located in front of San Juan City Hall; and cathedrals, like the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista. The old municipality of Río Piedras constituted the third most populated city of Puerto Rico at the time of its annexation in 1951. Because of the rich cargoes, San Juan became a target of the foreign powers of the time. [33], Much of San Juan was flooded with Hurricane Maria on September 20, 2017, which also triggered numerous landslides. It was named after the Province of Cáceres in Spain, the birthplace of Nicolás de Ovando, then the Governor of Spain's Caribbean territories. At the beginning of the twentieth century an electric trolley was installed, the township was split into three parts, and its main settlement, merged with the city, was renamed using the Spanish spelling of Santurtzi (Saint George in Basque), Ubarri's birthplace in Vizcaya, Spain. Todas las informaciones : alcaldía, direccion, email, telefono, habitantes Its strategic location south of the capital served as a junction for all the principal ways of transportation of the island and as a geographical entry to San Juan, which are factors that prompted Río Piedras's dramatic urban development in the 20th century. Ubicado en la comunidad de Chiapas, el municipio de de San Juan Cancuc es una entidad local administrativa dirigida por un alcalde. The city occupies an area of 76.93 square miles (199.2 km2), of which, 29.11 square miles (75.4 km2) (37.83%) is water. Psychiatric Correctional Hospital: It is both a hospital and correctional facility. In the winter, temperatures can drop to around 60 °F (16 °C), though the average winter low is 71 °F (22 °C). San Juan, Puerto Rico La ciudad de San Juan está localizada en la costa norte de Puerto Rico y se extiende a lo largo de 123.5 kilómetros cuadrados (47.5 millas²). Some colonial structures have been restored and serve either as government offices or museums. Normally, injured police officers and firefighters are cared for here. [79] There are also several technical schools based in San Juan, including the Technological College of San Juan, the Liceo de Artes y Ciencias, Ramirez College of Business and Technology, and the Puerto Rico Technical Junior College. Todas las informaciones : presidencia municipal, direccion, email, telefono, habitantes [61] Tourism is also a key industry, based on San Juan's proximity to Puerto Rico's main airport, the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. [20] For his actions, Captain Rivero-Méndez was awarded the "Cruz de la Orden de Mérito Militar" (The Cross of the Order of the Military Merit) first class. [38] Rainfall averages 56.35 inches (1,431.3 mm), falling on an average 198.5 days per year;[37] despite this dampness, the city averages 2,970 hours of sunshine per year, or just over ⅔ of the possible total. The coolest temperature officially recorded was 60 °F (16 °C) on March 3, 1957, and the hottest was 98 °F (37 °C) on October 9, 1981;[36] the record cold daily maximum is 71 °F (22 °C) on February 4, 1935, while the record warm daily minimum is 83 °F (28 °C) on August 11, 1995, the most recent of four occasions. Because of its prominence in the Caribbean, a network of fortifications was built to protect the transports of gold and silver from the New World to Europe. In addition, a large number of Stateside Puerto Ricans have settled in the city upon their return to Puerto Rico. There is an urge for governor Wanda Vazquez to not go ahead with the privatization so this news is fluid. Thus, she became the first woman to be elected as the mayor of a capital city in any of The Americas. It features a hotel for the patients' families. "US Naval Institute Proceedings"; "A Breach of Neutrality"; by: Lt. Isaiah Olch, US Navy; Vol. - Municipios y ciudades de México - Información gratis sobre los municipios y localidades de México. It is also the largest home-based cruise port in the world with over a dozen cruise ships. During the 20th century, the musical aspect of the city was influenced by performers including Afro-Caribbean dancer and choreographer Sylvia del Villard and José Enrique Pedreira who became a composer of Puerto Rican Danzas. San Jorge Children's Hospital: The most well known children's hospital in the San Juan Metropolitan Area. San Juan Municipio is a county in U.S.A., United States. The district of Santurce features a lot of influence from art deco, while the districts of Hato Rey feature more modern structures. Hospital San Gerardo: Located at the Cupey neighborhood, is a small hospital but is also specialized in psychiatry and elderly. After a long battle, the Spanish soldiers and volunteers of the city's militia were able to defend the city from the attack and save the island from an invasion. [16][unreliable source?] San Juan (/ˌsæn ˈhwɑːn/, Spanish: [saŋ ˈxwan]; "Saint John") is the capital and most-populous municipality in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory of the United States. Así mismo, este lugar está cercano a la cabecera departamental.. Historia de San Juan Olintepeque "heroe del 65 Satisfecho de Haber Cumplido su Deber"; Cities and the Wealth of Nations, Chapter 3, Jane Jacobs, 1984, Microsoft Encarta Biblioteca (2006), Microsoft Corporation, Puerto Rico, Borinquen Querida - Authors; Roger A. LaBrucherie, Imágenes Press, (1992), San Juan-Caguas-Fajardo Combined Statistical Area, List of notable residents of San Juan, Puerto Rico, University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras Campus, University of Puerto Rico's Medical Sciences Campus, Center for Advanced Studies on Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, Puerto Rican Professional Baseball League, 1966 Central American and Caribbean Games, List of twin towns and sister cities in Puerto Rico, Category:People from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico/Did you know-Puerto Rico? A section of this district is often referred to as Milla de Oro (actually 0.47 miles or 0.76 kilometers long) due in part to the many banks and businesses located there.[54]. The main central part of the city is characterized by narrow streets made of blue cobblestone and picturesque colonial buildings, some of which date back to the 16th and 17th century. The "Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico" (Puerto Rico Museum of Art)[53] and other important cultural venues are located in Santurce. [20] On July 25, General Nelson A. On October 30, 1950, San Juan was the scene of the San Juan Uprising, one of many uprisings which occurred in various towns and cities in Puerto Rico, by the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party against the governments of Puerto Rico and the United States. Parque Central Municipio de San Juan: Address, Phone Number, Parque Central Municipio de San Juan Reviews: 4.5/5 The damage caused in 2017 by Hurricane Maria was extensive. The plans hope to remedy previous poor urban planning in the oldest section of the city, the Isleta, while curbing reliance on motor vehicles. [15] After a few months of English occupation, Clifford was forced to abandon the siege when his troops began to suffer from exhaustion and sickness. Around $250 million investment is needed to make sure cruise ships can continue to dock there in the years to come. 745 estudiantes del Colegio Universitario del Municipio de San Juan recibieron un total de $849,620.89 en ayudas bajo ley federal por COVID-19 conocida como "Cares Act" para cubrir los gastos incurridos durante la epidemia. [18][19] USS Yale captured the Spanish freighter Rita in San Juan Bay, thus being the first hostile encounter between the warring sides in Puerto Rico. It is the second busiest port in cruise volume after Miami. They are judged by a panel of painters, art critics, and scholars before being displayed. There is a planned project to build a "interurban light rail system" connecting the cities of San Juan and Caguas. [71][72], As one of Puerto Rico's 78 municipalities, San Juan's government consists of two branches, the executive and the legislative. Of these, nine are Diagnostic and Treatment Centers located in communities throughout San Juan. [61] The local universities are promoted as historic places, most notably the campus of University of Puerto Rico located in Río Piedras, which is the oldest university on the island being founded in 1903. Centro De Control Y Adopción De Animales Municipio De San Juan; Centro De Control Y Adopción De Animales Municipio De San Juan. [68], Other museums such as the Pablo Casals Museum, the Book Museum, Americas Museum and the National Gallery display historic items and artwork alongside contemporary art. © 2018-2021 Municipio de San Juan del Río. San Juan del Rio; Municipio ordena limpiar tumbas en panteones de San Juan del Río. Puerto Rico's capital is the third oldest European-established capital city in the Americas, after Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic, fou… There are very small numbers of people of Filipino, Japanese, and Vietnamese ancestry; none of these groups number more than 100 members.[58]. As well, 30 ship departures from San Juan were being canceled. This sector is located on the western half of a small island called the Isleta de San Juan, which is connected to the mainland by two bridges and a causeway. San Juan, 6 nov (EFE News).- El candidato por el Movimiento Victoria Ciudadana (MVC) al municipio de San Juan, Manuel Natal, ha anunciado que el conteo de votos tras las elecciones generales, del que le separan actualmente apenas 1.896 del candidato del Partido Nuevo Progresista (PNP), Miguel Romero, se dirige hacia un "recuento" de los mismos. The Santurce Crabbers won the National Superior Basketball League championship in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2003 during this period being recognized as a dynasty. The Dutch ships at sea were boarded by Puerto Ricans who defeated those aboard. The Dutch were counterattacked by Captain Juan de Amézqueta and 50 members of the civilian militia on land and by the cannons of the Spanish troops in El Morro Castle. According to the 2010 Census, the racial composition of San Juan was as follows: Among the Hispanic and Latino population, Puerto Ricans are, unsurprisingly, the largest group; they make up 87.5% of San Juan's Hispanic population. Miles landed at Guánica (in southwestern Puerto Rico) with 3,300 soldiers in what was known as the Puerto Rican Campaign. This was significant for tourism, which had rebounded by October of that year and was close to the pre-Maria era.[8]. An April 2019 report indicated that, by that time, repairs after Hurricane Maria were moving rapidly. Fue una de las primeras ciudades fundadas en la isla; fue fundada en 1503 y se le dio el nombre de San Juan de la Maguana por San Juan Bautista y por el nombre taíno del valle: Maguana. The vast majority of Asians in San Juan are of Chinese descent; of the 6,342 Asians, 4,928 are Chinese. In accordance to the planned uprising in San Juan, a group of nationalists were supposed to attack simultaneously the gubernatorial mansion La Fortaleza, where Puerto Rican governor Luis Muñoz Marín resided, and the United States Federal Court House which is located close to an area called "La Marina" in Old San Juan. The city is also the home of contemporary and classic art museums. [77] The Municipal Police, originally known as the "San Juan Municipal Guard", was created in 1521 and had active military and law enforcement functions until 1980, when Act #77 created municipal law enforcement agencies in Puerto Rico. - Municipios y ciudades de México - Información gratis sobre los municipios y localidades de México. Ubicado en la comunidad de Lima, el municipio de de San Juan de Lurigancho es una entidad local administrativa dirigida por un alcalde. People of Dominican descent made up 12.2% of the Hispanic population, while those of Cuban descent formed 1.7% of the Hispanic populace. The Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, San Juan's primary commercial airport, is located eight miles (12.9 km) from Old San Juan in the neighboring municipality of Carolina. On May 10, Yale returned to San Juan Bay, Rivero-Méndez ordered his men to open fire upon Yale using an Ordoñez 15-centimeter cannon, thus becoming the first attack against the Americans in Puerto Rico during the Spanish–American War. There are smaller colleges located in the city, including the ICPR Junior College, the Instituto de Banca y Comercio and the International Junior College, located in Santurce. Las vistas de transición del municipio de San Juan comenzarán este lunes y se realizarán en el Colegio Universitario de San Juan, en Hato Rey, … San Juan's Municipal Legislature is made up of 17 municipal legislators, elected at-large, which represent the city's population. 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