COSALÁ.- To improve the urban face of Cosalá, already very attractive, Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel started the paving work of 11 new roads, in order to reinforce the tourist vocation of this Magic Town and attract more visitors, lovers of cultural and adventure tourism.
Accompanied by the Municipal President, Griselda Quintana García, and as a special guest, the former governor of Sinaloa, Jesús Aguilar Padilla, a native of Cosalá, the state president visited the Las Lomitas colonies, from where the 11 streets, which total a 2.5 kilometers as a whole, works in which 30 million pesos will be invested, as it also includes street lighting and replacement of drainage and drinking water lines.
It should be noted that the paving will consist of a cobblestone drowned in cement, similar to the tourist vocation of Cosalá since the entire historic center also has cobblestone in its streets.
“It is not a dream, it is a reality, here are the machines and it is not to take the picture, but to come to start the work, and hopefully they are finished in three months all and most for December,” he said.
On the other hand, Quirino Ordaz Coppel acknowledged that Jesús Aguilar Padilla, in his role as governor, gave Cosalá a great boost to boost his tourist vocation, which marked a before and after, because he lacked tourism since people were not coming to visit it for the bad conditions of the road, to begin with.
In turn, former Governor Aguilar Padilla thanked Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel for the realization of these small but large works of social benefit to Cosalá, because this gradually changes the urban face and will be more competitive in tourism.
“Governor Quirino Ordaz is a governor very close to the people, very of dirt, of direct contact with the people, so it is not isolated that all measurements nationwide in the last six months, appears first of all acceptance by his people, Quirino Ordaz is a governor loved by the people and his people, ”he acknowledged.
On the other hand, Aguilar Padilla said that Quirino Ordaz did not start supporting Cosalá now as governor, but for many years ago, since 2001 for example, when in his capacity as a tourist entrepreneur he promoted tours so that tourists who arrived in Mazatlan would also go visit Cosalá.
In her message, the Mayor of Cosalá, Griselda Quintana García, thanked Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel for all his support, not only with these road works, but with the support he has given to his City Council at all times, as he recalled that He had his help to solve some liabilities, such as six million pesos for the outstanding payment of bonuses, two million pesos to settle a debt with the Federal Electricity Commission, and other millions of pesos for lighting.
“With the support of our governor, it is how we are going to get Cosalá forward,” the municipal president acknowledged before hundreds of residents of Las Lomitas, who witnessed the start of paving work on their main street.
Prior to this event, the state president and the Mayor met with representatives of productive sectors and leaders of colonies, to meet specific needs of each of the sectors.
The secretary of Public Works, Osbaldo López Angulo, also accompanied the state agent; and the representative of the Government of Sinaloa in Mexico City, Javier Vega.
The Mazatlan Post