It was a bipartisan investment of 15 million pesos where the replacement of hydraulic concrete, lighting, renovation of the water and drainage network was contemplated, as well as a bicycle lane
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- With a bipartisan investment of 15 million pesos, this Thursday state and municipal authorities inaugurated the Rehabilitation, Modernization, and Equipment in a section of Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera avenue, which has a length of 450 meters.
This stretch includes from Avenida del Mar to Juan Carrasco, works that started last Wednesday, April 15 to the amazement and surprise of merchants and neighbors since they began in full health contingency derived by Covid-19.
For the beautification of said street, the replacement of the entire pavement with hydraulic concrete, public lighting, the renewal of the potable water and drainage networks, as well as the construction of a bicycle lane were contemplated.
In his message, the mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, first thanked the presence of Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel, his wife Rosy Fuentes de Ordaz, as well as his wife Gabriela Peña Chico.
He commented that the remodeling is a work for fifty years that will benefit merchants and neighbors.
“This avenue fills us with pride because for the Mazatlecos who are born here, we are from our generation of the old testament, we remember that he was no less than fifty years old that nothing was done to him and when the Governor proposed it to me, I agree on some occasion that I have said no, but just as I told you, we are putting the budget of the State Government and the municipality depending on, but here we went evenly. How good that we were able to do it and today the market tenants the people of this area has an avenue for 50 years, “he said.
For his part, Ordaz Coppel expressed that the Gutiérrez Nájera is a work that is the result of joint work because it comes to continue in that transformation in that transformation, in that renewal that Mazatlán lacks so much. “It is an avenue, it is a strategic avenue because we do not know how many people circulate here daily, how many people pass by, how many people work, here in the surroundings and it also leads to the boardwalk and an iconic monument that is that of the bichis monkeys” added.
He thanked the tenants and the people who live in the area for the inconvenience that seemed during the entire work process but that at the end of the day is already finished.