Governor delivers water infrastructure works in the south of Mazatlán


In the community of El Huajote, the water network comes to address the water supply problem.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa (June 1, 2020).- The state governor, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, inaugurated the drinking water network in El Huajote and a health home in Malplica, with an investment of 5.7 million pesos.

Along with the municipal president Felipe Garzón, the state governor delivered these works to the inhabitants of the aforementioned communities.

Before opening the water faucet, the governor told the inhabitants of El Huajote that with this work, the demand for the vital liquid in this community was met and he promised to continue supporting the people of this area.

He stated that among the priorities of his government are solving the historic problem of water supply that some communities have suffered throughout the years. With the implementation of emerging wells, it has been possible to guarantee the resource for families in this municipality.

The inhabitants of the Malpica community already have a health center, with a doctor, nurse and medicines.

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