he Secretary of Public Works of the State, Osbaldo López Angulo saw this situation feasible due to the great tourist attraction in which the Cerro del Crestón became
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- After the visit of the Secretary of the Treasury and Public Credit, Arturo Herrera Ramos to the Lighthouse of Mazatlan, the possibility that the official went to approve the placement of a zip line and a cable car was handled.
This pair of projects could be carried out, as they are feasible, said the Secretary of Public Works of the State, Osbaldo López Angulo.
“There is still nothing, the Secretary of the Treasury in El Faro was there, I don’t know what they talked about, but everything that comes from investment will come to complement how beautiful and important it is being done in Mazatlan,” he said.
“It would be very important about the zip line and see what other adaptations can be made to the Lighthouse, there is a very important lighthouse with the viewpoint, let’s see what results.”
Although he reiterated that there is still nothing tied up, López Angulo reiterated that it would be feasible to place a cable car, which could help seniors to climb the largest natural lighthouse in the world.
“Yes, it has been managed that everything that could be feasible would be feasible, be it zip line and in the future it could be something of how to get older people, hopefully someday it could increase some of it,” he said.
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