Fourth Water Line, Unfinished and Detained in Mazatlan

It is a good project, positive for the city and more because it would prevent the theft of drinking water, but the previous administration left no money to follow up, said Ismael Tiznado Ontiveros

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The project of the Fourth Line in Mazatlan remained unfinished, when the previous administration left no money left to give continuity and to retake it, it must analyze everything again and manage around 500 million pesos, said Ismael Tiznado Ontiveros.

The general manager of the Municipal Board of Drinking Water and Sewerage of Mazatlan admitted that it is a good project, positive for the city and more because it would prevent the theft of vital liquid, as it occurs at this time. 

“That work remained unfinished but in a smaller part, that is, what was done was very little and was done in previous administrations; nevertheless, it would be very good to have it because we would avoid the one that right now in the lines that there are of the water treatment plant for here there would be so many “huachicoleros”, because and of whom I speak, of people who dedicate themselves to the sowing, of people who dedicate themselves to the bricks you have to water, “he said.

He said that in the Jumapam have detected several things wrongly done in past administrations, among these is the Fourth Line project, which has been stopped since the current local government began.  

“There are many things that were done in the past administrations that are badly done, so what we have to do is review it and if you want to resume, you should review the project, review what is already done that is a very short piece and if you can give it forward, if not make it new, but it’s worth doing “

“… yes, it’s been a while, since we entered, we were not working on the work anymore,” he clarified.  

Tiznado Ontiveros ignored the amount of money that was invested in the little that was built from the Fourth Line; nevertheless, he said, that 500 million pesos are spent to continue with the project.

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