Kanasín, Yucatán, (December 21, 2021).- Mayor Edwin Bojórquez Ramírez headed the inauguration of the Kanasín Welcome Arch on Friday night, “a symbol that we are working hard in favor of the families of the municipality to generate new opportunities for development and increase”.
“But it is fair to say that the work is on several fronts: in the rehabilitation and rescue of streets, of police booths, in the renovation of parks, in the patching of roads, in the reinforcement of security, just to say some of the actions that we have carried out since September 1st”, reiterated the Kanasin mayor.
Edwin Bojórquez pointed out that “the job is to lead Kanasín towards a change in which everyone feels involved and included”.
“Each action that is carried out will gradually bring us closer to our goal of giving families a renewed Kanasín that adjusts to the needs of the present and plans for the future.”
“We want families to be proud of living here; Although the actions that we have already numbered are of great importance for the families of this municipality, it is also just as important to have the infrastructure that identifies us and generates roots in front of the population ”, he pointed out.
The construction work of the Welcome Arch began on November 6th and concluded on December 17th. It is 8 meters high by approximately 18 meters wide, with the words “Kanasín” and “La Capital del Panucho” inscribed.
Regarding this, the municipality recalled that “for many years and decades Kanasín was known as the capital of the panucho; Thousands of families came to try this delicious Yucatecan dish and today we make a commitment to relaunch the municipality as “The Capital of Panucho”.
He urged society to remain vigilant, as it is planning to organize the Panucho Fair, where it will be possible to taste this delicious dish made by the people of Kanasin.
In this way, the mayor delivered the bow to the families of Kanasín so that they feel proud of living in this municipality. The first mayor thanked the people for allowing him to work for the good of the people and give his best
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