The stigma of insecurity in Concordia seeks to be replaced by the generation of employment, management and economic reactivation, defended Felipe de Jesús Garzón López, mayor of Concordia.
The recovery of the population concordians, is carried out with the educational and health services that are in promotion, where they offer labor guarantees for those interested in supporting the communities.
“We have made a call for any doctor interested in providing their services in Palmito, La Petaca and Pánuco, the Ministry of Health will immediately grant a contract to start working,” he said.
It is the Autonomous University of the West, who carry out a feasibility study with the Ministry of Social Development to improve the conditions of displaced families who are about to return to the Serrano municipality.
Garzón López explained that an agenda is also being worked on together with the Development Council of Sinaloa so that in the first instance an economic reactivation can be generated along with American tourism.
“We still have American citizens living in Copala, for example, Codesin took us last week to an American businessman with intentions to develop a pilot project for retirees who can inhabit the destination,” he revealed.
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