Cozumel, Q.R. — The Cozumel City Council has approved a 140-million peso investment into security and public project lags. On Thursday, the Government of Cozumel announced the historical investment.
“With a historical investment of around 140 million pesos, the Government of Cozumel, with its own resources, will address urgent issues of security and lag in public works.
“This derived from the unanimous approval of the Honorable City Council to the second modification of the Expenditure Budget of fiscal year 2023 during the Nineteenth Extraordinary Session, in which all councilors also approved the Annual Investment Program (PIA) for fiscal year 2022.”
Cozumel Mayor Juanita Alonso Marrufo highlighted that the municipality is in a position to apply around 140 million pesos of its own resources in priority issues, which will be a historic investment that has never occurred before.
Without providing details, Marrufo said the money will go toward remedying security and the lag in island public works.