They will request a loan of 60 million to buy patrols and garbage collectors – El Sol de Mazatlán

Monday 16 October, 2023
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Mazatlán, Sin. -He government municipal will apply for a loan 60 million pesos for the purchase of 70 patrol cars and 10 garbage collection trucks.

Mayor Edgar González Zatarain assured that the loan will be requested from the state government, but that they will have to request the approval of the Cabildo and from there begin with the tender and the buys.

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He detailed that they would be 30 patrols, 40 motorcycles for police and traffic and 10 garbage collection trucks.

“It would be a bridge loan with the state I talked to him governor and we are going to socialize it with the councilors“, said.

He explained that they cannot wait for buy them next year because there would be a deficit 200 million pesos and that the units will be to reinforce the operation Guadalupe-Reyes and Carnival.

I could say that we we wait for next year, but remember that the end of the year is coming with Christmas and the operational of Guadalupe-Reyes and then Carnival, then I wouldn’t want hinder that“, he expressed.

He reiterated that the aim is not to touch economic resources at the end of the year that are destined to pay the bonuses to the workers and also to suppliers

Payment of bonuses

The mayor of Mazatlán assured that the resource for the payment of bonuses is safe to deliver in a timely manner to the workers of the municipality with the obligation to pay this benefit Of law.

The garbage collection trucks will search make efficient the service that currently has failures in several popular neighborhoods of the city.

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Source: from El Sol de Mazatlán | Noticias Locales, Policiacas, sobre México, Sinaloa y el Mundo – frontpage on 2023-10-12 15:55:09

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