translated from Spanish: Morelia City Council opens Drinking Water Network

Morelia, Michoacán.- Morelia’s transformation in public works promoted by the Municipal Government by Raúl Morón Orozco, is a reality, with own resources in the order of 388 thousand pesos, a network of drinking water was built on the street Vice President Pino Suárez, of the colony José María Pino Suárez, located to the east of the capital of the state, which will come to give greater fluidity to the vital liquid for the benefit of its inhabitants.
Morelia City Council inaugurates Potable Water NetworkOne of the main axes of work of the Morelia City Council, through the Secretariat of Administration in charge of Gabriel Prado Fernández, has been transparency, honesty, zero moches and the surrender of has resulted in savings that translate into more works and better services.
At the request of the street neighbours Vice President Pino Suárez, the Government of Morelia, carried out the work for the installation of a drinking water network, in which about 200 linear meters were intervened, with an investment of 388 thousand 818 pesos.
The protocol opening event was headed by the head of the Secretariat of Administration, Gabriel Prado Fernández, who was accompanied by the chair of the Work Committee, María del Carmen Guzmán Mendoza; in addition to the bishop, Leodegario Gaona Cáceres, as well as representatives of the elementary schools, José María Pino Suárez and Lázaro Cárdenas, and municipal officials.

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