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Tulum authorities meet with residents in irregular colonies to move process forward

Tulum, Q.R. — Progressive talks over the weekend take irregular residents a step closer to land titles. Tulum Mayor Diego Castañón and the General Director of the State Strategic Projects Agency (Agepro), José Alberto Alonso, met with residents who are still without legal land titles.

The meeting was to move forward in the process of regularization of land tenure with inhabitants of the Tumben Kim, Nassin, Arrecifes, Jaguares and Yookol Kin colonies of the municipality of Tulum.

During the meeting, authorities explained the process and procedure to the residents that must be followed. Alonso said that legal certainly of their plots of land will also ensure basic services, which will improve living conditions.

He said that through the New Agreement for the Well-being and Development of Quintana Roo, Governor Mara Lezama Espinosa is committed to promoting programs that improve the quality of life of the inhabitants of Quintana Roo, and the regularization of properties in Tulum is one example of that commitment.

Diego Castañón affirmed the importance of joint work between citizens and authorities to achieve effective solutions.

During the meeting, one of the settlers who went through the process of the land regularization program, shared his experience and invited others to join the initiative that has given them the security of having their property duly regularized, providing peace of mind and certainty to both him and his family.