Public work will not stop in Mazatlan in spite of COVID-19 contingency

The Mazatlán government has contracted, or is in the process, around 69 works with its own resources and from the Contribution Fund for Social Infrastructure (Fais), declared Tonatiuh Guerra Martínez

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The director of Welfare and Social Development in the Municipality, Tonatiuh Guerra Martínez was forceful and said that the public work will not stop in Mazatlán due to sanitary contingency of the COVID-19 virus because it would be a very serious affectation for the region.

Doing so would be like “giving you a bullet in the foot” because tourism and service activities have already stopped, all non-essential, a situation that left thousands of people without a source of employment in the town.

“If we stop the public works we shoot ourselves in the foot, and the president is aware of that because everything that has to do with services and tourism has stopped, and there was a lot of damage. If we stop the public work, imagine. “

“… Besides the public works sector is a strategic matter, in no country in the world does work stop, nor basic services, less food production, or things of that type, no,” he said.

The local official specified that the government is currently hiring, or is in the process, around 69 works with its own resources and from the Contribution Fund for Social Infrastructure (Fais), and the best thing, he said, is that it has not stopped arriving. the federal budget.

“We have not had any such problem, in fact, we continue to make agreements with the State, we continue to manage federal resources and that continues to flow, but the only thing we cannot do is work with people”

“… We bring 69 small works, I am talking about an amount from 300 thousand pesos to two million pesos, which are what we are doing through the Fais and with the City’s own resources,” he indicated.

Guerra Martínez said that paving works, the introduction of drainage and drinking water are brought in various neighborhoods and in some communities in the rural area of ​​Mazatlán.

Source: lineadirectaportal.com

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