Mazatlan Mayor supports a 4 percent increase to property taxes in 2022


t was said respectful of what the deputies decide and that people pay with justice

Mazatlán, Sinaloa. – After yesterday the State Congress approved the 4 percent increase in property for 2022, in constructions that exceed 3 million pesos, Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres said he was respectful of what the legislators decide.

Along the same lines, Benítez Torres also reiterated his full support for the Governor, Rubén Rocha Moya.

“I am respectful of what the legislators decide and I fully support the Governor of the State, that we have to agree to move this forward.”

Within the framework of the start of the Mazatlan Logistic Center project, the Mazatlan municipal president acknowledged that he likes the fact that the cadastral values ​​change depending on the value of the property so that people pay fairly, which should be.

Benítez Torres added that, unlike his Culiacán counterpart, Jesús Estrada Ferreiro, who was not satisfied with the approved percentage, he was satisfied with what was approved.

Regarding the 2.500 billion pesos that the municipality will exercise by 2022, he stated that an amount of money is always insufficient but you always have to adapt to what you have.


The Mazatlan Post