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Castañón Trejo reports on two large Tulum projects

Tulum, Q. R. — Tulum Mayor Diego Castañón Trejo has reported on two large projects. Accompanied by his Cabildo, he led the start of two projects, one being the second stage of the Social Assistance Center (CAS) and the perimeter fence of the Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection (SSYPC) of Tulum.

Castañón Trejo laid the first stone of the project that will be the second stage of the Social Assistance Center in Tulum. He said that the CAS will benefit 1,414 inhabitants, being a space that will watch over children and adolescents who are without parental care.

The mayor recognized that this social project is part of the legacy of former Mayor Marciano Dzul Caamal.

“It was a project that was started by our former mayor, friend and a great human being, Marciano. We are going to continue with this project for children whose rights have been or are being violated. These are social projects and we are going to do this type of work for the good of citizens,” he said.

Simultaneously, Castañón Trejo launched the start of construction of the perimeter fence of the SSYPC of Tulum. He said that his administration will promote a first level police force, equipped and with infrastructure that meets its needs to achieve a municipality that is safe and prosperous.

The new Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection (SSYPC) of Tulum. Photo: Ayuntamiento de Tulum May 15, 2023.

“Citizens deserve a first-rate police force and it is my obligation to give them all the effort they deserve in this the first project of its kind for this honorable police institution. A well-equipped and well-supported police force is my administration’s top priority and the least they deserve,” he said.

The director of Public Works, Santos Hipólito Tuz Chi, said the Social Assistance Center is a cost of just over 7.4 million peso, while the fencing for the SSYPC is just over 2.4 million. Both are being paid for from the Contribution Fund for the Strengthening of the Social, Municipal Infrastructure and Territorial Demarcations of the Federal District.