Mayor forming his cabinet “dream team” for the period 2021-2024 in Mazatlán

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“So much is coming that I employ well-placed people, with experience and loyal to the Fourth Transformation project (Q4), and I don’t want them to come to make noise, I want them to come to work,” said Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, a few days after the end of the current administration, continues to give him the ‘go-ahead and eliminate’ names from his list for the formation of his new cabinet for the period 2021-2024.

What is concerned, said the Munícipe, is to have a “dream team” for what Mazatlán needs and that is why it has not yet released more characters, only the name of Ricardo Velarde Cárdenas at the head of the Sedectur. 

“In that we are finishing forming the cabinet, remember that I told you that I am going to have a“ dream team ”because Mazatlán needs that, it is so much what is coming that I employ well-placed people, with experience and loyal to the project of the Fourth Transformation (Q4 ), and that they have experience ”.

“… I don’t want them to come to make noise, I want them to come to work and whoever comes, comes to work,” he said. 

The first mayor, in relation to the fact that Mazatlán will be included in the Urban Improvement Program for the other year 2022, said that it is very positive because the construction project of the new Malecón or Circunvalación avenue can be concluded.

“It will be very useful for us to build the dock there in the Estero del Infiernillo, remember that the Circunvalación Avenue was built, but the dock is missing to totally transform that area and that falls within that fund.”

“… what it would be like to finish the Malecón,” he said.

The mayor revealed that he had to manage this issue with AMLO on his last visit and today, the governor-elect Rubén Rocha Moya announces such important news because the Municipality will receive between 400 to 500 million extra annually from the federation to support to popular neighborhoods and rescue green areas, public spaces and more.

Source: lineadirectaportal.com

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