Tulum, Q.R. — Nearly two million pesos are being spent to improve the water system for the town of Coba. On Wednesday, Tulum head, Diego Castañón Trejo, announced the start of the project.
During the project inauguration, he said that work will be done to expand the drinking water network in the town of Coba, which will benefit 436 people. He said the request was one made by town residents during his last visit.
“Another project, another commitment, another result for the citizens of this delegation, Coba, in the municipality of Tulum. We will always be aware of you, we will walk here again, so that you can see that you have your mayor close and that the administration is transparent. Every peso that enters the administration is reflected in this type of work,” he said.
The director of Municipal Public Works, Santos Hipólito Tuz Chi, detailed that the investment amount is just over 1.9 million pesos. He said the money for the project is from the Contribution Fund for the Municipal Social Infrastructure and the Territorial Demarcations of the Federal District (FAISMUN).
The project will see water lines expanded throughout the town to reach more homes in Coba.