Directorate of Ecology reported that there was a restructuring of the project and some will be contemplated, others will be sacrificed
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- After announcing the removal of palm trees from Rafael Buelna Avenue and subsequently being transplanted, the director of Ecology and Environment, María de Lourdes Sanjuan Gallardo informed that species will not always be withdrawn, due to a change in the avenue project.
“It seems that they are not going to retire, those palm trees there are going to stay, I think they restructured the project because they told me that some were not going to retire because they were going to include them in the project,” he said.
He said that only those that are in good condition and are young plants will be rescued.
“We have an inventory of each stage where palm trees have moved, that first stage was the most affected because there were many trees in poor condition that are very large and cannot be transplanted, and we are not actually transplanting them because they are very affected, What we are doing is rescuing juvenile plants or palm trees that are in good condition, ”he said.
He added that the last stage of Rafael Buelna will be cutting down trees that are not in good condition, ensuring that it is the majority from the Infonavit Beaches to the International Highway.
“In the stage that is on the Kia, there are a lot of trees that told me that they are going to be cut down, that they are old, sick trees and are in the construction area, therefore they will be sacrificed,” he said.
Source: reaccion informativa
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