We hope that in the second semester of this year we will have more public works because “the lack of federal resources has hit us hard; in past years we were very good, “said the secretary of Public Works, Osvaldo Lopez Angulo, underlining that what has come to” been minimal. “
The good thing, added the official, is that Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel has made very good efforts for public works, especially for rain that benefits Culiacán and Mazatlán, for example in the stream of the Urías colony that rehabilitation should be completed in a couple of months.
He reiterated that the resources of the Federation for this year have been minimal and what has been done has been with its own budget and there is also the General Hospital of Mazatlan. We are waiting for the federal government and practically the so-called bouquet 23 no longer exists. The official did not want to talk about amounts of millions of pesos.
Lopez Angulo indicated that the lack of federal money has slowed down the works, a lot of infrastructure and urbanization, but “hopefully and rebound for the second half of this year.” Past years have nothing to do with this year, he acknowledged.
He said the governor is working hard on works to avoid flood risks in several municipalities.
López Angulo accompanied Governor Ordaz Coppel this morning to the delivery of the first stage of the extension of the highway from the airport’s junction to Isla de la Piedra.
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