They finally saw their dream come true! Neighbors of La Madero, in Mazatlán, waited 25 years for it


Municipal authorities cut the ribbon and with it, they handed over the paved street José María Morelos.

Mazatlán, Sin.- An afternoon of celebration worth remembering was the one lived this Tuesday by residents of the Francisco I. Madero neighborhood, who after 25 years of waiting, received the paving of José María Morelos street.

On behalf of the beneficiaries, Mrs. Virginia Sánchez Rosas told the municipal president Édgar González Zatarain, that this work was of vital importance for the inhabitants of that sector of the city, because in the rainy season the street was filled with ditches, complicating passage for passers-by.

For this reason, she thanked the response to the request that they made for years and asked that other roads also be attended to.

“I have been here for 25 years, and we have been asking for paving. Here, all the residents thank you very much and we want you to continue with other streets”.

The director of public works, Rigoberto Arámburo Bojórquez explained that the pavement section has 431.50 square meters and 142.50 linear meters; in addition, 194.40 linear meters of 3-inch pipes were installed, as well as 149.30 linear meters of 8-inch pipes, and 10 household discharges were installed for each of the houses on this street.

In this work the municipality invested one million 326 thousand 470.24 pesos, according to what was explained by the municipal official.

In his message to the beneficiaries, the mayor acknowledged that as a government he must assist in delivering the works, derived from public investment.

“This year 2023 the work package is almost 300 million pesos; There are many works, some paving, others for drinking water, others for electrification, there is everything”.

The president of Mazatlán assured that he will continue working on the commitments already established, but these will be carried out little by little since there are more than 300 neighborhoods that require pavement.

This inauguration was attended by the councilors, María Esther Juárez Nelson, Eduardo Alcaraz Conde, Roberto Rodríguez Lizarraga and Jesús Osuna Lamarque; the attorney general Claudia Magdalena Cárdenas Díaz, the director of Social Welfare Tonatiu Guerra, the director of public services Karla Camacho Guzmán among other officials.

At the end of the inauguration, the mayor toured the streets that remain to be paved in the neighborhood.

Source: Linea Directa