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Mayor tours three Tulum public projects worth over 75 million

Tulum, Q. R. — Tulum mayor Diego Castañón Trejo spent part of the weekend supervising three Tulum public projects. Trejo toured the project sites with the Secretary of Territorial and Urban Agrarian Development (Sedatu), Román Meyer Falcón.

On Saturday, updates and plans were reviewed for the municipality’s Yáana Ha’ Museum, the Pok Ta Pok Sports Center and the Community Development Center, new projects that will become a cultural, tourist and sports meeting point for Tulum.

Meyer Falcón reported that more than 75 million pesos has been invested in the three projects since 2020. “The idea is that Tulum has equipment that can be used for cultural and sports services,” said the Secretary.

The federal official also shared that in coordination with the municipal government, they are working on updating the Municipal Urban Development Program. He also added that progress of the Jaguar National Park is being monitored, which to date, includes a complete 1,000 hectare fence around the new protected area.

Trejo said that with the encouragement of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Governor Mara Lezama, Tulum will continue to be the world’s favorite Caribbean paradise.

He added that in the next few days, he will be inviting Mara Lezama to the opening of the museum, the sports center and the Community Development Center since “the management of the President was essential for the realization of these great projects.”

“Tulum is a destination that offers different cultural and recreational activities. These projects further expand the offer that the people of Tulum have to get closer to culture, sports and, for the first time, through the Yáanal Ha’ Museum, to the wonderful underwater world of our paradise,” he said.