In a worrying situation and more because that shows the deficiency that there is the Jumapam, reproached the counselor of the Board of Drinking Water, Guillermo Romero Rodríguez
Mazatlan Sinaloa. – The service of the Municipal Board of Drinking Water and Sewerage of Mazatlan is deficient, there is shortage, leaks, as well as other things, and a very clear reflection, is that today the hotel sector in the north is forced to buy pipes to be able to have the supply in their lodging centers, said Guillermo Romero Rodríguez.
The Councilor of the Jumapam described as worrisome this situation because before it had not registered in the destination and it is something that catches them a lot of attention since it is not tourism high season to have the shortage.
“If we begin to worry about the shortage of water, I have been talking with some hoteliers and they have told me that they are buying pipes right now, and that, because it does not attract much attention because we are in low seasons, and we are point to enter the highest season of the year. “
“… then, I say are several issues that we bring with the Municipal Drinking Water Board and hopefully the general manager will give us an answer,” he revealed.
The president of the Commission of Hotels and Motels of Concanaco Servytur in Mexico stated that a meeting of an urgent nature was requested through the members of the Council so that the manager clarifies all the doubts.
“Right now there are still problems with water supply in tourist sectors, mainly tourism that we have noticed and previously did not have, so we are going to have a meeting by the Council to discuss these issues, I say, to address these issues, first, those who have been aired in the media because in the end we do not know what one part says, like the other, “he said.
Romero Rodríguez did not know if the manager of the Municipal Drinking Water Board will be ‘dropped’, but what is a reality is that there are several deficiencies in the service, specifically for the hotel sector.
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