Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- A total of 3 thousand 500 chairs that were intended to be rented by private individuals
He revealed that this operation was undertaken after a series of complaints filed on social networks and whose purpose was that Mazatlecos, as well as tourists, were not displaced by the hoarders.
He added that it could be verified that the fees reached up to 500 pesos for each seat located in the front row, even though it had been made clear that he would not allow himself to profit from the town.
The chemist commented that in the “sweep” that he carried out together with the staff of the Trade
“We made a team, I called the directors who were involved (…) I wanted to go personally and in that job we collected 3 thousand 500 chairs that were going to be rented,” he added.
Benitez Torres said that to return the furniture confiscated to their owners, they will have to pay the corresponding fine, which he said, has understood that it is high.
He recalled that the only ones who
He added that the furniture with the State Civil Protection logo found in this operation
“It bothered me a lot at a personal level, not as a mayor, how is it possible for a public official to set up chairs for his friends, his compadres, his family, using the logo of the institution, it is shameful that there are still those who think that this is acceptable, “he said.
NOTE: The name of the Civil Protection official referred to in the press release is not given
Source: Ras noticias
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