Jumapam Thursday night said service will be normalized in the human settlements affected by the interconnection works
The Municipal Board of Potable Water and Sewerage of Mazatlán reported that the interconnection works in the drinking water networks, scheduled for this Thursday at the intersection of Agustín Melgar and Aguilar Barraza streets, in the Benito Juárez neighborhood, they concluded a little earlier than planned.
Faced with this situation, the paramunicipal communicated to the Mazatlan population that the valves were already reopened by the operations management and it is estimated that throughout the day the vital liquid will be restored in the 22 neighborhoods affected by this maneuver.
According to Jumapam , the neighborhoods affected by these works are: Benito Juárez, Rubén Jaramillo, Olímpica, Toledo Corro, Villa Galaxia, November 20, López Mateos, Sánchez Celis, Alameda, Infonavit Playa, Indeco Jacarandas, Filarmónicos, Francisco Villa , El Toreo, El Toro.
The water supply was also suspended in Lomas de Mazatlán, Zona Dorada, El Dorado, Gaviotas, Quinta Gaviotas, El Cid and Sábalo Country.
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