The total investment was 9 million 684 thousand 852 pesos, from which 13 colonies of the port will benefit
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Before a group of people benefited from the Infonavit Francisco Alarcón division, the municipal president Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, cut the ribbon this afternoon that signifies the symbolic inauguration of 17 hydraulic and sanitary infrastructure works, a collector and a sub-collector that will benefit the inhabitants of 13 colonies, among which are the Bureaucrats, Wild Boars, Sowers of Friendship, Villa Galaxia, Flores Magón, Jardines del Arroyo, Lomas de Don Jorge, Valles del Ejido, Infonavit Alarcón, Urías, 20 de November, Los Robles and Costa Azul.
These works represent the number that goes from 133 to 150, of the 255 that was drawn up for its administration.
In his message Benítez Torres, he clarified to those present that not all resources go to the tourist area, although he acknowledged that it has been invested so that there are more visitors every day, more sources of employment and so that the economy of Mazatlecos is better.
“We come to transform the country, where the value of a poor person is equal to that of a rich man, to do social justice, that there is not a child who is left without the right to study,” he said.
For his part, the general manager of the Municipal Board of Potable Water and Sewerage of Mazatlán Ismael Tirado Ontiveros, explained that the amount contracted to carry out these 17 projects was 11 million 528 thousand 534 pesos, of which only 9 million 684 thousand 852 pesos were invested. which meant a saving of one million 843 thousand 681 pesos.
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