There is a debt of 355 thousand pesos, indicated the City Council Secretariat.
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Certification of beaches such as those of Verde Camacho and Gaviotas, are at risk of being lost, due to the omission of the referent payment for the last administration, said City Secretary José de Jesús Flores Segura.
He explained that the debt amounts to 355 thousand pesos, because there are two resources one of 205 thousand pesos and another one for 150 thousand pesos, with which the last administration did count but did not want to pay.
Yesterday we were with the legal actors, who rightly came to request the support of the City Council, to cover the certification payments because they are missing these certifications, since the last administration, had on its roof budgeting the necessary resource for that simple payment had been made, was not made. Secretary of City Hall, José de Jesús Flores Segura.
This, if not settled, he said, also prevents the beach operator from having permission, as it is a very important issue because it manages resources from the three levels of government.
According to the information provided, the request was made since July 18, of this year and, to date, had not been liquidated.
For its part, the municipal treasurer, Javier Alarcón Lizárraga, detailed that it is in agreement with the beach operator, budgeted a charge of between 20 and 15 million pesos for the concept of Zofemat (Federal Maritime Terrestrial Zone) in the year and currently they take 10 million pesos, which compared to other destinations such as Cancun and Los Cabos, is low, since they collect 200 million pesos and 100 million pesos a year, respectively.
Source: El Sol de Mazatlan
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