translated from Spanish: Morelia is ready to live the Day of the Dead tradition

Morelia, Michoacán.- The Town Hall of Morelia reported through a press conference held in La Rotonda del Pantheon Municipal to have all the preparations in coordination for this 1 and 2 November.
The municipal president, Raúl Morón Orozco unveiled different points that will help to conclude the tradition of the Mullians in a peaceful and safest way possible, so he coordinated with the different secretariats, such as public services, tourism, Civil Protection, Auxiliary Services, Head of Municipal Pantheons among others.
The Director of Auxiliary Services, Margarita Yareli López Arroyo reported that she will be participating in the operations on November 1 and 2 with five addresses; the Directorate of Markets and Squares, which will have 25 inspectors who will have two shifts reviewing 751 tolerated posts around the municipal pantheon.
The management of solid waste will keep 50 permanent workers and will be doing their best to keep the pantheon clean during tradition.
The street lighting that will support everything to keep students the campoana, inside and outside.
The management of parks and gardens, will support with 16 water pipes that will keep the three swimming pools that the Municipal Pantheon has to be able to supply visitors.
The management of auxiliary services will put all its staff to keep the place tidy, to which the director thanked for always being constantly supporting.
The representative of Morelia urged all citizens to come forward and participate in this tradition, he also called for it to be done in an orderly manner as peaceful, since it is a tradition of which one must have a lot of respect, for the deceased and the families who visit them .
He added that on days 1 and 2 the municipal police will be safeguarding the safety of the citizens, patrolling outside the pantheon and having several elements in different points of the camp, in the closed streets and near the different stalls of Merchants.

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