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143 million earmarked for 45 Tulum projects

Tulum, Q.R. — More than 140 million peso has been earmarked for new projects in Tulum, says its mayor, Victor Mas Tah.

Mas Tah has reported the 143-million-peso investment for the municipality with rehabilitation projects that include streets and cycle ways. He says that one of the projects includes the building of the second stage of the Cobá cycleway, among other improvements.

He explained that in Tulum, the demand for services and infrastructure will be addressed in a timely manner to meet the basic and urgent needs of its citizens through a defined and organized planning for municipal development.

The announcement was made during the Third Extraordinary Session of the Planning Committee for Municipal Development of Tulum with the General Director of Planning, Jorge Portilla Manica, announcing the details.

He said that the exact figure is 143,296 million peso for 45 project that will be distributed into four programs, adding that each of the projects will be carried out in the communities for the benefit of the residents.

The funds, which have already been approved, will come in part from the Contribution Fund for Municipal Infrastructure and the Territorial Demarcations of the Federal District.

Portillo Manica elaborated, saying that some of the projects will include repaving streets, rehabilitation of the dirt road to Punta Allen, construction of the second stage of the Coba cycle path, the paving of Akumal streets, the construction of restrooms at the Vicente Guerrero school of Francisco Uh May and construction of the vertical cemetery of Tulum.

Also, offices of the city council will be expanded in the Municipal Palace along with the construction of the building for the offices of the Directorate of Public Works, Urban Development and Planning, as well as the construction of the courts in the sports unit.

“We have clear and concrete objectives where the work will be applied, covering all the important axes such as development, education, health and public services to serve the population,” noted Mas Tah.