Streets without light; the most frequent complaint of Mazatlán in Apps and social networks

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One of the sectors that has the most problems are the lack of public light are the San Fernando and San Joaquín neighborhoods, highlighting three reports from among the more than ten that are in the periphery

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Social networks and reporting portals have increasingly become an indispensable tool to point out irregularities in the streets, which denotes the active surveillance of neighbors, also the most common reports are due to lack of lights, either due to apparent cable theft or technical failures.

One of the most used tools is the complaint platform set up by the Mazatlán City Council, in which it is possible to provide the exact data of the problem to be treated, however, it is striking that there are reports filed with weeks of duration and that they still do not be cared for.

Such is the case of the Montuosa neighborhood since August 28 and again on November 26, the authorities have been asked to address the lack of lights in Dumbo Alley, highlighting the insecurity of the neighbors due to the darkness that reigns in the nights.

“There is a lamp that does not turn on at night, several boys get together to smoke marijuana, taking advantage of the fact that it is dark and there is a lot of children playing, and the cars pass very hard,” the report read.

On the other hand, one of the sectors that have the most problems with the lack of public light is the San Fernando and San Joaquín neighborhoods, highlighting three reports from among the more than ten that are in the periphery, according to data from the complaint application ‘Mazatlán App’.

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“Luminaire that has been off for some time (months) when it rained flashed and turned on for several days (day and night) until it turned off again for months,” reads a report made on December 4. “There is a burned-out light on Lázaro Rubio Félix street, behind the back of kindergarten Gilberto Owen. The area becomes dangerous at night for pedestrians, ”adds a new report on November 24.

“Luminaires in San Joaquín subdivision bend street burned out or the wiring was stolen, it is the entire block from Arboledas Street to Walamo Avenue,” notes a new report dated December 7.

Despite the fact that in some cases the complaints are handled by the authorities, there are records of recurring problems that cannot be solved.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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