Sinaloa.- What no se privaticen public spaces such as the Culiacán Ecological Park and that 18 million pesos destined for the work of the Sendero Project are destined for other types of Botanical improvementsThat was the demand that members of the citizen commission for the defense of the park made in a recent meeting with Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel.
The foregoing was confirmed by the leadership of the Representative Citizen Commission for the Defense of the Culiacán Ecological Park (CCR), who mentioned that at the meeting convened this Monday by the state president, Quirino Ordaz, no specific agreement was finally reached Although the governor did ask them to agree to decide whether or not to accept the implementation of the Sendero Project and to notify him through a document.
In this meeting, they affirm that the Secretary General of the Government, the Secretary of Public Works and the Secretary of Sustainable Development were also present.
He reaffirmed that the request of the Representative Citizen Commission for the Defense of the Culiacán Ecological Park was that public spaces not be privatized and that the 18 million destined for the Sendero Project, is better used for the improvements of the botanical park.
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They detailed that the governor was practical and told them that he did not know the project, but asked them to reach an agreement, to establish a review table for this conflict and to have a definition on Monday.