Goodbye to floods in Mazatlan’s El Toreo neighborhood, there are already plans says, Sanchez Angulo


The State official clarified that his execution will be the subject of the next administration

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Secretary of Public Works of Sinaloa, Osvaldo López Angulo, confirmed that they are working on plans to mitigate the severe floods that leave the El Toreo subdivision in Mazatlán underwater.

Within the framework of the visit of the State Governor, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, who inaugurated the avenue that will bear his name, López Angulo took advantage of the event to anticipate that the aforementioned subdivision works already have plans, although he clarified that its execution will be a matter of the next administration.

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“We have been in coordination with the City Council and right now it is already at the project level, it is necessary to seek budgetary solidity,” he said.

Likewise, he recognized that this sector of the city urgently requires the attention of the authorities, because the neighbors cannot continue to suffer severe floods.

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“That I think will be the next administration, there is great progress in the projects out there and it is something that is definitely needed,” he concluded.


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