Neighbors of the Parque de Poblamiento neighborhood in Pachuca expressed opposition to the mayor’s office donating a property to the federal government to build a branch of the Banco del Bienstar, as they are asking to build a park on the same land.
At this time, in an extraordinary session of the Council of Pachuca, an item on the agenda being discussed is to consider voting for the donation of a location for the construction of a welfare bank in the Parque de Poblamiento neighborhood.
However, some residents of the area expressed their disagreement with this action, as they demanded that a park be built on the same property, which created a debate among councillors, who divided opinion between the implementation of the bank or the park.
Vecinos de la colonia Parque de Poblamiento de Pachuca acudieron a la sesión de cabildo de este miércoles
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With cardboard in which they demand that a park be built, the residents of the area are waiting for the opinion of the assembly to decide whether or not to donate the property.
Luis Godinez I Pachuca
In Hidalgo, 38.6 percent of 119 Banco del Bienstar branches are already operational, while 41 are still under construction, 18 already completed, four in supplementary process, three in legal proceedings; four, about being equipped; One pending and two under management.
In this regard, Thin Abraham Mendoza Zanteño expressed that, due to the two previous cases, the land on which they will be constructed is being processed, so the delivery period, which was set until June, is expected to meet the target. Will be postponed till August. ,
There are 18 branches that are already completed but lack equipment and personnel, which are located in municipalities such as Nicolás Flores, Tlahuiltepa, Acatlan, Acaxochitlan, Actopan, Ajacuba, Almoloya, Chapantongo, Huasca, Huichapan, Ixmiquilpan, Jaltocan, are located. Mineral de la Reforma, Pacula, San Felipe Orizatlán, Tejontepec de Aldama, Tiziauca, Yahualica and Atitlaquia.