Mazatlan Mayor delivers its 200th public works project


The event also inaugurated the paving of Jesús García Street in the Salvador Allende neighborhood

Mazatlan, Sinaloa- The Mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, inaugurated this morning six hydraulic, sanitary and paving infrastructure works.

María Antonieta Renteria, a beneficiary of Águila alley, thanked the authorities since her request was finally heard and her street was paved.

He said that for years they asked the municipal presidents in turn to beautify said street, however, they were never heard despite being very close to the tourist area.

In his message, Mayor Benítez Torres commented that there are many reasons to be happy since today is a national holiday and the first 210 years of the first transformation that has taken place in this country are commemorated.

“We also celebrate many other things, the one that today we premiere an emblematic work of the administration, which is the Callejón del Águila, with this we have reached 200 works so far this year and we promised to inaugurate one work per business day of the year and we are about to achieve it and on a festive date that is September 15, “he said.

He said that this is the last street in the Historic Center that lacked paving, stating that said work is to do justice to the residents of this street who for years had asked for its beautification and had not been heard.

In the event, the paving of Jesús García Street in the Salvador Allende neighborhood was also symbolically inaugurated.


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