Currently the fishermen who trade in the products they catch daily work in deplorable conditions, added to the fact that it is one of the points where the passage of tourists is more frequent and the most neglected.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa. – The deteriorated and sad businesses of the fishermen who sell their products right at the main access to the pier of Isla de la Piedra, in Mazatlán, will have a new face after the plans to build a market.
According to Compranet Sinaloa, the tender was opened for the “Construction of the Gabriel Leyva pier market, located in the city of Mazatlán.”
In the document with the competition number OPPU-EST-LP-044-202, it is read that on June 29 the bidding companies will be visiting the construction site so that later, starting on July 28, they will begin construction. Likewise, it is read that the base budget for its establishment will be 22 million 510 thousand 70 pesos.
Currently, the fishermen who trade in the products they catch daily work in deplorable conditions, added to the fact that it is one of the points where the passage of tourists is more frequent and that it looks the most neglected.
Tenants in the area commented that the space already needs a “spruce up.”
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