Tulum, Q.R. — Tulum City Hall has approved the Annual Operating Program (POA) for fiscal year 2023. This year, Mayor Marciano Dzul will use the 242.1 million peso reserve on 32 municipal projects.
During their Tuesday meeting, City Council approved the 32 projects that will include water, electrification, school infrastructure, health, housing improvement and urbanization.
The resources to be exercised will come from Branch 33 Contribution Fund for the Municipal Social Infrastructure and from the Territorial Demarcations of the Federal District, Branch 28 as well as own resources.
Money will also come from environmental sanitation rights, the Contribution Fund for the Strengthening of Municipalities and Territorial Demarcations of the Federal District and 5 percent from users of the archaeological zone.
In a statement, Dzul reported that some of the projects on the list include the rehabilitation of the access road to the Mayan zone, section Yaxché – Chanchen Palmar and electrification and lighting to the Macario Gómez, San Juan de Dios, Manuel Antonio Ay, and Francisco Uh May communities.
The money will also go toward paving the streets of Sahcabmucuy, Chanchen I, and Cobá. In the latter, we will start the first stage of the Corridor of the Malecón of the Cobá lagoon, he stated.
In the municipal capital, we are going to provide sanitary drainage to the Huracanes neighborhood and pave the Veleta neighborhood and the streets that have been reported such as Cobá Sur and Polar.
For the love and respect we have for nature, this 2023, we will make a strong investment to clean up the open air dump on the Tulum – Cobá highway, which will add to the existing one, and we are also going to finish our Collection Center.
I also want to inform you that, in the face of crime, we are not going to let our guard down! For this reason, we will begin the construction of the security control arches in the municipal seat.
These projects, and others with great social impact, are added to the new Technological University of Tulum that you helped me manage and to the Social Assistance Center (CAS) that is already underway.
Dzul said that Tulum’s POA 2023 has the objective of guaranteeing and sustaining the orderly, strategic and transformational development for the municipality without creating or increasing taxes.