Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- For Responding to requests from the business sectorand reach agreements for the benefit of the citizens, the chairman of the municipal corporation HouseGerardo Octavio met with Vargas Landros, representatives of the National Chamber of Commerce (Kanaki), the Los Mochis delegation, a meeting he described as positive.
The mayor of Ahom explained that some of the issues were addressed, although they are not the responsibility of the municipal government, his administration would act as a manager and the concerns of the business sector would be resolved, so that the said meeting would accompany the city. by different areas of the council
“We were exchanging some topics, as he (Victor Dam Ramirez) already mentioned it quite well, the safety issues, the beautification and rehabilitation of the first square of the city, some of the traffic lights that he was concerned about. So, the passport issue, why aren’t we starting with these processes, in short, they’re concerned about what a city, a municipality is,” Vargas Landeros said.
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The municipal president said that their administration is open, so they will respond to requests including training for women and they are prepared on the issue of violence, this is through the Secretariat for Women and the Secretariat for Security and Civil Defense.
For his part, Canaco Cervaitur Los Mochis President Viktor Sinuhe Dam Ramírez said he was pleased with Mayor Vargas Landros’ response, and stressed that the issues discussed at the meeting were addressed in a timely manner.
He took this opportunity to recognize the work done by the city government, where he mentioned some of the works in the city like reforestation, beautification, cleanliness, as well as focus on road safety.
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At the end of the meeting, city president Vargas Landros was questioned about the performance of the governor of Sinaloa during these months, to which he asked Dr. Reuben Rocha responded by respecting the decisions made by Moya and said he supported them. ,
They agree to work hand in hand with the municipality of Ahom and Canaco.