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Tulum mayor signs deeds to donate land for university

Tulum, Q.R. — The municipality of Tulum is set to have its first university. Tulum mayor Marciano Dzul Caamal led the formalization of signatures to provide a 20-hectare plot of land for the upcoming facility.

Caamal signed public deeds for the donation of land by his government for the construction of the new Technological University of Tulum with financing from the Institute of Infrastructure Educational Physics (IFEQROO).

President Marciano Dzul Caamal said that the signing of deeds formalizes his government’s commitment to the education of Tulum residents with a first-class academic facility.

“We know that the municipality deserves development in educational matters and today, we have formalized our commitment by approving the donation of the property” he said.

The donation of the property was made after an October 2021 vote during a Tulum city council meeting. Municipal Trustee María Teresa Arana Sánchez, along with city councilors and Mayor Marciano Dzul Caamal, unanimously approved the donation of the land.

Caamal said that the construction of Universidad Tecnológica will cost around 40 million peso and be built on a 20-hectare plot of land along the road that leads to the town of Coba.