NW Durango Writing
San Juan del Rio, Durango. – We are going to turn the whole of Mexico and the world to see Durango, but above all, to the land where General Francisco Villa was born, assured the head of the Secretary of Communications and Public Works. State (SECOPE), Ana Rosa Hernández Renteria, while reporting the progress of works that are changing the face of the municipality of San Juan del Rio.
The Secretary recalled that in recent days, Governor Esteban verified the progress of these actions, which will be commemorative events on June 5, the anniversary of the death of the revolutionary leader, where the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
In La Coytada, the works were supervised in the treasury of the area, where cleaning, renovation, rehabilitation and construction works are carried out; In addition to starting the rehabilitation of asphalt paving on the San Juan del Rio – Francisco I. Madero – La Coyotada road section, where patching, regrading, seal irrigation and signaling works with asphalt mix are carried out, which aims to complete 3.4 km, explained Hernandez Renteria.
“The governor is clearly mentioning that the objective is to change the face of San Juan del Rio, and to take the municipality to the next level; that the world learned that Francisco Villa was born here and we are proud,” said the official, together with Secretary of Government Hector Vela Valenzuela, Mayor Manuel Gallegos Rangel and the heads of Tourism, Public Security, Civil Defense and Fair, The Directorate of Shows and Tourist Walks visited these works.
In addition to the irrefutable cultural and historical relevance of San Juan del Río, the head of SECOPE emphasized that La Coyotada is an example of the importance that the region has always had, due to which it will be given a new look and functionality. in space to make this historical place more accessible and better.
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Finally, he stressed that “the people of Durango are friendly and hospitable people, which has always characterized us, Governor Esteban knows this and that is why we have signs to connect roads and improve infrastructure.”