translated from Spanish: Morelia Town Hall installs awnings for traditional verbena popular homeland

Morelia, Michoacán.- As part of the framework of patriotic festivals by the Government of Morelia, today the awnings for traders began to be installed from 3:00 hrs., who have tolerance for September 15 and 16, this on Vasco de Qui street it is avoring between Av. Madero Oriente and Mariano Elizaga, Bartolomé de las Casas, Fray Juan de San Miguel Street and Humbotld Street, thus being made known through a press release.
They will also be installed on The Valladolid Square, Cerrada de San Agustín, Plazuela San Agustín, esplanade of the Candy Market, esplanade of the library located in Calle Nigromante and Av. Francisco I Madero Poniente which in total will be a pattern of 856 bidders.
It is important to mention that this tolerance will end in the first hour of 17 September, so that the First Table was left unoccupied and able to undertake the cleaning tasks.
The Secretary of Public Services, Ramón Baltierra Sánchez, reported that the staff of the Markets Directorate carries out an advance to ensure order on specific streets, also, the Directorate of Solid Waste will be working to be able to maintain cleaner-possible, and so that the streets look clean.
In this way, the Municipal Government headed by the mayor, Raúl Morón Orozco, is ready to celebrate the Independence of Mexico and guarantee a family holiday.
Source: Monitor Expresso

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