Not even Mazatlans Linear Park is saved from broken signs to vandalized areas

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In the 5.7 kilometers that comprise this public recreation area, a large number of huts in total abandonment can be seen, which have signs of having tried to be forced at their entrances

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- In the extensive list of public spaces in poor condition, one more has been added; It is about the Linear Park of Mazatlán, which presents damages to the same infrastructure that range from the carelessness of those who maintain it to the vandals themselves.

In the 5.7 kilometers that this public recreation area comprises, a large number of huts in total abandonment can be seen, which have signs of having tried to be forced inside their accesses because forgotten furniture is still sheltered under a thick layer of dust.

Mazatlán Linear Park in poor condition

Likewise, the important signs distributed throughout the park barely manage to stand, while the others simply lack in their entirety the acrylic that indicated instructions for the proper use of the park.

The graffiti act as a tapestry on the walls of any type of surface, from walls to benches where to rest, however in others, spray paint is combined with traces of moisture and slat, present for a long time.

Mazatlán Linear Park in poor condition

But not everything has been the responsibility of the misuse that the inhabitants of the port have given it, because in the area that converges with popular colonies, it is appreciated that in an irresponsible way hoses and water pipes were arranged for irrigation of the green areas exposed in the pedestrian crossing.

On the other hand, this park also reflects the tense situation of violence and forced disappearance in which the port is plunged since in areas with greater vehicular traffic there are multiple sheets with an announcement of the search for missing persons, which the authorities have not been able to give. faith from them and much less progress on a sign of their whereabouts.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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