Rocha Moya brings government services closer to citizens of La Reforma, Angostura

Angostura, Sinaloa.- “We want to transform La Reforma,” said Sinaloa Governor Rubén Rocha Moya during his visit to this fishing camp, where the services of the different public instances.

The mayor of the municipality of AngosturaMiguel Ángel Angulo Acosta gave him an affectionate welcome and thanked him for the visit.

“Improving the life of the communities unites us so that they come out of a series of delays in which they are sometimes trapped, and thus we are raising the level of our municipality,” he said.

For her part, Rocha Moya took advantage of the occasion to reiterate the commitment to the boardwalk of this fishing port, a work longed for by the people of Angostura to see it completed and carried out. The state president mentioned that the goal is for this union to become a tourist destination.

Likewise, citizen Angie González Ortíz, a beneficiary of the community of La Reforma, expressed her gratitude on behalf of the population for having made the port participate in the “Transforming Communities” program.

The Angosturense said she felt honored to receive this attention from the community, among which the drainage service, the support program for people with disabilities, continuation of the marine engine program, placement of synthetic grass in the soccer stadium, as well as such as state support for fishermen.

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