During his visit to La Noria, the candidate for municipal president of Mazatlán assures that he will seek to reactivate tourism in the picturesque community
Mazatlan Sinaloa. Tourism will be reactivated in the picturesque community of La Noria, assured the candidate for municipal president of Mazatlán, Fernando Pucheta Sánchez.
The standard-bearer of the PRI-PAN and PRD visited the town that for years has been dedicated and maintained tourist activity and that today is punished by the COVID-19 pandemic and the lack of support and programs from the current Municipal Government.
The strengthening of tourist circuits in rural areas and the promotion of regional festivals is one of the main proposals on the government’s economic reactivation agenda, emphasized Fernando Pucheta.
“With Pucheta, the communities will never again be alone and forgotten, abandoned, as is happening right now. With Pucheta, Mazatlán will be one, the rural area will be served with everything. We are going for tourism, for more public works and public services, “he said.
As of November 1, said the former mayor of Mazatlan, work will be done on the creation of an advisory council made up of researchers, businessmen, and representatives of chamber organizations to develop a comprehensive economic reactivation project.
At the same time, in the communities with a tourist vocation, public works such as paving, drinking water and sanitary drainage will be carried out, as well as public services in equipping and replacing lights and improving garbage collection.
Fernando Pucheta was also in El Habal, where he promised to work together with its inhabitants to move the town forward.
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