For not complying with the agreement under signature not only put at risk the concession of the stadium but until the series of the Caribbean, said the mayor, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres.
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- After an agreement was reached last Saturday for the company Espectáculos Costa del Pacifico to settle its debt with Jumapam , and renew its alcohol permit until Wednesday, the owners have not responded.
For this reason the mayor of Mazatlan ,Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, indicated that as of today, all communication with the Toledo family has been closed until they fulfill their duty.
The munícipe compared the businessmen with the huachicolero groups by stealing the vital liquid with the clandestine roams that they do not want to recognize.
On Saturday that Mr. Toledo Ortiz sought us, we saw the opportunity to have a talk to clarify the different versions. We made their clandestine shots very clear to them, and this I leave and I repeat it, I put it in capital letters, clandestine shots, it’s the same as the huachicoleros, just in the water, we’ll tell them about the water. Mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres.
He stressed that with the lack of words not only put me at risk his current concession until 2040, but also baseball in Mazatlan and the Caribbean Series 2019.
I am not one to judge them, but I simply and simply cancel the communication with the company until it comes and complies with what was promised. Mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres.
After months of Toledo Family, Venados baseball team owners refusal to pay past due bills.
Mayor of Mazatlan Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres scores a win for Citizens of Mazatlan and forces Toledo Family to pay the debt.
Source: Sol de Mazatlan
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