Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — Five irregular colonies of Isla Mujeres have been officially regularized by the municipality. On Wednesday, contracts were signed between the municipality and the National Institute of Sustainable Land that will see the colonies official.
Isla Mujeres mayor Atenea Gómez stressed the importance of land regularization, since now, the Isla Mujeres City Council will be able to provide those residents with public services and projects including urbanization, water and the construction of streets.
Ángela Soledad Che Celis, director of Urban Development, Environment and Transportation, explained that in collaboration with the Institute, the Urban Development, Environment and Transportation Directorate and the Cadastre Directorate were successful in integrating the five irregular settlements on the Continental Mainland, which will allow landowners to obtain a deed.
He said the irregular colonies that have been regularized are La Guadalupana, La Loma, El Centauro, El Oasis and El Triunfo. Together, they add 503 lots to the Township of the Continental Zone.