The marker must measure 68 decibels, so if someone exceeds that number as soon as it is detected, they will be sanctioned without any excuse
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The operation against noise is an issue that we have fixed and permanent in which we are not going to lower our guard by attacking the places where it causes the most discomfort said the delegate of the Sinaloa Highway and Transportation in the south, Mario Rafael González Sánchez.
“We have the inspectors working in the area where there is more incidence of noise, which is the area of the Colegio Pacífico, the subdivisions of the upper part, the subdivisions that are in the shield, in the center, the Golden Zone and hotels,” he explained. .
González Sánchez stated that the decibel meter must mark 68 decibels, so if someone exceeds that marker as soon as it is detected, they will be sanctioned without any excuse.
“This week we have applied 8 fines that are expensive for not complying with this recommendation and we are working on the operations and recommending that they not do it again, it is a very important way for us to understand. The operations are permanent, the operations are not going to let their guard down,” he insisted.
The state official also said that the ‘Safe Student’ operation continues with guards at the universities until 10:30 p.m. and until the doors of the university are closed and there is no student outside, that is when the elements are withdrawn. .
“The cost of tickets for students does not increase, they are 3.50 what they cost by order of our Governor, Rubén Rocha Moya and I thank him because we all have a student in our homes,” he said.
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