Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — An investment of 37.6 million peso will be spent on improving Isla Mujeres water and sewage services. The announcement was made by mayor Atenea Gómez Ricalde after a meeting with Augakan directors Thursday.
Ricalde says that the work project will include improvements in drinking water, sewerage and sanitation, as well as maintenance for the operating infrastructure in the municipality.
Aguakan says for 37.6 million peso there will be the construction of three complementary wastewater gullies and a sewerage network in the northern tip of the island, which has already been contracted.
Ricalde says the projects are scheduled to begin in the second half of January of 2022, ensuring the least inconveniences to the population. Construction will also be taken into consideration during Easter to avoid road congestion due to the large influx of tourism that is expected.