translated from Spanish: Citizens of the colony April 10 ask for more attention

Guamúchil, Sinaloa.- The people who live in the colony April 10, in Guamúchil, are very concerned that the el Zopilote stream has a lot of weeds, which generates abundant numbers of moscos and could bring with it diseases of dengue, Zika and chikungunya. Another problem that the neighbors of this sector manifest is that lighting is needed through the streets Rio Fuerte and Río Mocorito, of the busiest, and that they are also located next to a descent of the Mexico 15 highway, so they ask the municipal authorities to give timely attention. 
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Citizens also petitioned the Public Works Directorate to scrape and water the streets, as they are in terrible condition, which can damage their car, which they have so hard bought.

They said that if it is not much to ask they would support them with a worrying issue, such as the mechanical workshops in the area, which have many vehicles that no longer serve and are afraid that as a result they will be plagued by veering animals. It should be noted that not everything is bad, since one of the good things they have in the colony is good drinking water service, since it is rare that they leave the vital liquid, so they thanked for that attention. Read more: VIDEOS: Burn Guayabitos, Nayarit! Mexican Army faces Cartel Jalisco New Generation

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