The director of Public Works reported that all the infrastructure for the festivities is ready
Escuinapa, Sinaloa.- Defore the start of the traditional Las Cabras 2022 sea festivities, the infrastructure on the beaches is ready to receive families from Escuinapa and visitors.
Jesús Contreras Sandoval, director of Public Works and Services, reported that everything that corresponds to infrastructure is already ready with all the services offered in these traditional festivals.
“It is almost 100 percent, all that remains is to connect the transformer that provides service to all the arbors, the public lighting has been in place for more than 20 days, today (Wednesday) the transformer is ready to give light to all”.
Regarding the public restrooms and the parking lot, he commented that they are also ready and functional to be used as soon as the festivities begin.
He added that for about a week or more, the families began to come to carry out the work of expanding their arbors, which now corresponds to each of the owners.
Likewise, he made the recommendation to the families that attend, that they avoid using electronic devices that overload the electrical installations, since these could bring problems in the electrical energy service.
The families have been installed in their bowers since the beginning of this week.
“The beaches have grown a lot and the load of electrical energy is high, asking people not to connect refrigerators, asking them to be aware, because if the transformer thunders, it would leave us without power for several hours.”
The garbage collection service will be carried out starting next Friday, which is carried out with the support of tractors with which the garbage generated in the arbors is collected.
Although the festivities officially begin next Friday, May 20, there are already several families that have been settling in since this week.
To conclude, he reiterated that it is necessary for families to abide by the recommendations in order to enjoy the holidays in a pleasant way, after two years that they were not held.
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