The State Government will look for the owners of the property and the necessary budget to restore it
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Governor of the State, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, announced that he will seek to rescue the emblematic “Valentinos” building, a world-famous Mazatlan tourist site.
It was during his speech, at the inauguration of the new “La Perla del Pacífico” roundabout, where Ordaz Coppel unveiled what the new project could be to improve the image of the port’s tourist area.
“We are in front of another neglected, abandoned monument that we cannot allow to continue like this, it is the Valentinos Mazatlán,” he said.
Ordaz Coppel affirmed that the owners of the space and the necessary resources will be sought to give life to the abandoned property.
“We have to go to talk, to find a solution, with the family, with the Federal Government, to make this point, which is also emblematic of Mazatlan, re-launched, reactivated, and once again be a symbol of Mazatlán, ”he stated.
For a decade, the Valentinos has remained abandoned, despite several attempts to reopen, the colloquially “castle” has remained with the doors closed and lights off.
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