Lack of water, the main problem suffered by Mazatlan citizens

Then there is the problem with garbage collection in some urban settlements and insecurity, services that continue with problems

Mazatlan, Sin.- Without water for days, with garbage accumulation and crime problems, many of the Mazatlan families live today, some confess that there are problems that had not been presented until the current administration arrived.

In a tour made by El Sol de Mazatlan, the locals said they see improvements in issues such as lighting and even see more green areas, but the problems of yesteryear, especially the water, is flared, some even report that they spend weeks without enjoying of the resource, but yes, the receipt does not stop coming.

“With the water it was worth, there is no water in Juarez, the garbage if they pick it up. But now with the water as we battle, and as for safety, it calms down and there are problems again, moreover, they took 15, so I put it on, “said José Luis, a resident of the Benito Juárez neighborhood.

Colonies like the Center, had never presented problems of supply, but in recent months they were surprised by the lack of water in their homes, and even for more than 24 hours without the resource arrived; There are those who refer to this problem as historical.

“The water is going a lot, very little water that comes out. That had never happened before, very little water. I live in the Center and that has never happened, every time it goes away or leaves very little, I have lived here for more than 20 years, it is very rare, “said Dolores Hernández, a resident of the Centro neighborhood.

On the other hand, there are those who do not perceive problems with services in the current administration, they even see improvements in situations such as garbage collection, which for years was the main problem they suffered in their homes.

“Right now they are happening on time, we have two weeks that the improvement has been noticed. As for water, last week if we had very little, it failed, but it has returned to normal. Everything is very good, it could be said that what is most needed is security, I think that is all over Mazatlan, “said Manuel, a neighbor of Infonavit Playas.

8 of 10 qualify as services deficient in the current administration

2 out of 10 point out that the problems have diminished with the current administration

SOUNDING

With garbage collection if they take longer than they should in passing, and in terms of water service, it is the same, it comes and goes. But what is very present is the receipt of water, there is water or there is no water, you receive the receipt. In the sense of lighting does not fail either. Edwin, a neighbor of the Colonia Lázaro Cárdenas

With the water it was worth, there is no water in Juarez; the garbage if they pick it up. But now with the water as we battle, and as for security, it calms down and there are problems again, in fact, they took 15, so I put it on.

José Luis, a neighbor of Colonia Benito Juárez

The collection, if it is ok, happens every third day through the house, and so far it has failed me, neither the water nor the drainage. The surveillance, because of the tourists’ pass and monitor. If they have stolen ladies, but how to avoid that. I feel that everything is very good here.

Eduardo Siordia Valdez, a resident of the Colonia Centro

Right now, if they are happening on time, we have two weeks that the improvement has been noticed. As for water, last week if we had very little, it failed, but it has returned to normal. Everything is very good, it could be said that what is most needed is security, that is what I believe in all of Mazatlan.

Manuel, a neighbor of the Infonavit Playas

The water is going a lot, very little water that comes out. That had never happened before, very little water. I live in the Center and that has never happened, every time it goes away or leaves very little, I have more than 20 years living here, it is very rare.

Dolores Hernández, a neighbor of the Colonia Centro

Source: el sol de mazatlan

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