The Urban Improvement Program (PMU) of the government of the Republic will bring to Mazatlan two billion pesos, of which 70 percent, or 1.5 billion pesos, will be to rescue public places, works and support for the poor neighborhoods; There will be the promotion of tourism, but also for the most vulnerable classes of the city, Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres said during the delivery of 200 property deeds to families from poor neighborhoods that give them legal certainty of their homes.
At the event on the esplanade inside the Municipal Palace, it was said that in this government around 1,800 deeds have been delivered and a delay was accepted due to the problems of the pandemic. In this regard, the Mayor “chemist” Benítez said that in the new government, as of Monday, November 1, the certainty of family property will “be done more quickly.”
He said that in this triennium Mazatlán did very well and that it will do better in the next three years. From tourism, fishing and agriculture, we are going to advance in industry and commerce, he assured.
He insisted on the Urban Improvement Program to continue changing the image of Mazatlán.
They received deeds from their houses Francisca Rodríguez Carvajal from the Rubén Jaramillo neighborhood; Natalia Acosta from the Insurgentes neighborhood and Mauro Coronado from the Antonio Toledo Corro neighborhood, among the other more than 190 families.