New Mazatlan “Malecon de Los Pobres” is already being vandalized

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This work had an investment cost of 30 million pesos and consisted of 1,151 meters in length with concrete and 2-meter sidewalks, public lighting and rain grids with discharge to the Estero del Infiernillo.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, condemned the acts of vandalism perpetrated on the recently inaugurated Circunvalación Avenue, better known as ‘the boardwalk of the poor‘, so they will look for those responsible.

En Mazatlán, recién estrenado, ‘grafitean’ el malecón del Estero del Infiernillo

The afternoon of this day, an image of the recently inaugurated Circunvalación avenue began to go viral on social networks since just on Saturday, August 7, the impeccable works were received by Benítez Torres and the governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, and today it looked with illegible inscriptions on the concrete.

En Mazatlán, recién estrenado, 'grafitean' el 'malecón de los pobres'

In the same way, as it went viral, Benítez Torres responded in his personal Facebook account with “sadness and courage”, that he will look for those responsible and in case the perpetrators are minors, it will be their parents who pay for the damage to the municipality.

En Mazatlán, recién estrenado, 'grafitean' el 'malecón de los pobres'

“I feel a lot of sadness and anger at the same time for the damage they have caused in the recently inaugurated Circunvalación Avenue. You have no idea of ​​the efforts we make to get this type of work to you. This road is of great benefit to the Mazatlan people and was carried out with a significant investment. We will find those responsible and make them pay for the damage; If they are minors, it will be the parents who will face the repair. It is not possible that they will do this to Mazatlán! “, he wrote, attaching the image in question.

En Mazatlán, recién estrenado, 'grafitean' el 'malecón de los pobres'

This work had an investment cost of 30 million pesos and consisted of 1,151 meters in length with concrete and 2-meter sidewalks, public lighting and rain grids with discharge to the Estero del Infiernillo.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com, noroeste.com.mx

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