Residents of 31st Street by 28th and 30th of the Benito Juárez neighborhood received a visit this morning from Mayor Julián Zacarías Curi, who came to supervise the work carried out by personnel from PROLIMPIA’s Integral Solid Waste Management and Public Services and Ecology departments in response to a report of contamination in their streets.
Among the work that was carried out, explained the mayor, was general cleaning, as well as patching, pruning and garbage collection.
During the visit, Zacarías Curi also took the opportunity to talk with neighbors with whom he agreed that for the municipality to always be clean there must be the participation of everyone.
“As Progreso City Hall we work every day to implement strategies to keep our municipality free of garbage, this work, no doubt, goes hand in hand with the support of citizens, avoiding leaving garbage on public roads, because this not only affects the image of our municipality, but also puts the health of the people who live in this area at risk,” said the mayor.
Mrs. Melany Arjona, on behalf of the neighbors, thanked the authorities for their prompt response, who, with heavy machinery, pothole patching crews and solid waste collection elements, removed accumulated garbage, as well as carried out repairs to the streets.
Finally, the mayor made available the following telephone numbers for reporting persons caught littering on public streets: 969 103 7280 of the Subdirección de Ecología, or 969 103 62 86 of the Policía Ecológica.
Emilio Javier Góngora Ortegón, head of PROLIMPIA, and Canan Góngora Ortegón, head of Public Services, also attended this supervision.