Mazatlan mayor says NO to private individual renting chairs on public spaces for Carnival


The mayor said that they maintain the position of benefiting the population and will take measures to prevent it from profiting from public spaces.

Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres

Although social networks already offer the rent of spaces with tents, tables, chairs and even lounges to appreciate the traditional Carnival parade, the mayor of Mazatlan Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres emphasized that it will not be allowed to profit with public spaces.

The mayor said that they will not let spaces be rented, since they are public places and following with the task of benefiting people, they will seek to implement mechanisms so that no one is left without a space for the event.

“Not at all, that’s not going to happen, the space is public, it’s for the one who arrives first and we’re not going to allow it to be rented. The town is first, remember that we are not going to charge in any event because we want to benefit the town. “

Benitez Torres emphasized that “the town is first” hence the idea of ​​giving free tickets for the coronations, as well as not charging in the zone of Olas Altas inside the party and in the same way it will be performed for the parade.

Source: Linea Directa

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