PavingPuerto Peñasco Mayor Kiko Munro inaugurated new pavement covering 27,153 sq. meters along Ave. San Luis from Blvd. Benito Juárez to Blvd. Samuel Ocaña. The road work, at an investment cost of $32,163,149 pesos, also included 7,000 meters of sidewalk along with 3,500 meters of curbs. Furthermore, 165 residential discharge lines for sewage and potable water were installed as part of the overall project.

At the inaugural ceremony, Mayor Kiko Munro detailed this quality project for the community of Peñasco had not initially included street lamps, though this was achieved through efficient application of funds. He stressed the importance of seeking resources to further such steps in order to improve the city’s urban infrastructure and the quality of life for its residents.

“During the first 8 months of our administration, we have paved or repaved more than 200,000 sq. meters of streets and avenues across the city,” he indicated, “through use of asphalt and hydraulic pavement.”

Similarly, he remarked, once federal budgetary funds come through, work will begin on refurbishing and completing Blvd. Fremont, Ave. Sinaloa, and Ave. Sobarzo, among others on which the administration intends to focus so they may be in optimum condition before the end of the year.

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