More than 3.2 million pesos are allocated to paving and rehabilitation of drainage and water in the Mazatlán neighborhood


The inaugural ribbon of three lanes was cut; Cautela, Lázaro Cárdenas, and Playa Buelna, benefiting more than two thousand inhabitants of that sector

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- With an investment amount of more than 3.2 million pesos, the government of Mazatlán inaugurated the paving and rehabilitation of the hydraulic and sanitary infrastructure of three streets in the Francisco Villa neighborhood.

On this occasion, Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres benefited the inhabitants of Cautela Street, Lázaro Cárdenas and Buelna Beach with hydraulic concrete, benefiting more than two thousand inhabitants who improved their environment and living conditions.

In the act, Mrs. Isela Rentería Ramírez, on behalf of the beneficiaries, thanked the support of the local authorities because it was a longed-for dream to be able to have her street with hydraulic concrete, she even took advantage of the presence of the Municipal President to request the installation of speed on the road.

“Today, thanks to you and the Administration of the Fourth Transformation, we finally see it become a reality,” he mentioned.

During his participation, the director of Public Works, Luis Gerardo Núñez Gutiérrez, highlighted that in the three pavements it was possible to obtain savings of 584 thousand 138 pesos.

The act was held on Cautela de Villa street, between Cerro de la Cierpe and Toma de Santa Rosa, where families from the settlement welcomed and thanked Chemist Benítez.

Present at the event were the Attorney General, Claudia Magdalena Cárdenas Díaz; the Director of Public Works, Luis Gerardo Núñez Gutiérrez; the Manager of Jumapam, Osbaldo López Angulo; the Director of Social Welfare, Tonatiuh Guerra Martínez; aldermen, municipal officials and guests.

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