Complete lighting! Quirino Ordaz inaugurates scenic lights of the emblematic Black Bridge in Culiacán

Sinaloa.- On the night of this September 14, the governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, inaugurated the work of scenic lighting of the emblematic Black Bridge, icon of the city of Culiacán, Sinaloa.

The governor of Sinaloa was accompanied to the inauguration from the Culiacán Aquatic Park, under the Black Bridge, the municipal president of Culiacán, Jesus Estrada Ferreiro; the president of the Sinaloa DIF System, Rosy Fuentes de Ordaz and the Secretary of Public Works of the Government of Sinaloa, Osvaldo López Ángulo.

“The investment of little more than 12 million pesos. But what is going to leave, promotion, in attractiveness, is going to be the great photography, without a doubt, of Culiacán,” said Quirino Ordaz Coppel.

The state president called on the public to take care among all that the cables are not stolen “That there are no irresponsible people. Let them think first of all about the city, what it represents, what this means because it is a very big effort because there is technology. It is not just a few lights, no, there is a system that will be changing colors that will give a lot of luster to this entire area, “he added.

“The best watchdog is also the people,” said Quirino Ordaz Coppel, noting that he also asked for the support of the Culiacán Government headed by Jesús Estrada Ferreiro to monitor the area to prevent the robberies.

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The Black Bridge was painted green, white and red in commemoration of the national month and one day of the celebration of the Cry of Independence of Mexico that Governor Quirino Ordaz will star for the fifth and last time this Wednesday, September 15 at the Government Palace.


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