Mazatlan Beaches on Avenida Del Mar at risk of being privatized

At the end of the last administration, permits were given in “Fast-track” to be placed in areas such as next to Valentinos and in front of the Seguro Viejo, new restaurants

By Dilan Gómez

Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Much of the sand on the beaches of Avenida Del Mar is at imminent risk and very likely to be privatized, as it had been warned days before through social networks, in areas of sand as high as Clinic 45 of the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS), better known as El Seguro Viejo, and in front of a hotel under construction near Valentinos, there are plans to set up restaurants.

And not only there, because the mayor of Mazatlan, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, announced that since the last administration were granted in “Fast-track” federal permits for the construction of these restaurants.

“I know, rather than comment, that before leaving the last administration gave some permits for some very large areas of the beach, between Valentinos and Monumento al Pescador. They are federal permits that were given but it would be a crime for the beaches of Mazatlan, in such a way that this administration will never grant a construction permit for anything in those areas, “he said.

Benitez Torres said that they will not allow anything to be built there, because although it has Semarnat endorsement, it will be the municipality that has to grant the construction permits but this will not happen.

“It’s federal, but we’re the ones who have to give building permits and we will not allow that. No (we will give them), not at all, “he said.

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