It’s not a political issue, Morelia doesn’t have permits to dig deep wells, accuses

Morelia, Michoacán. – The fact that the City of Morelia does not receive the resources of the State Contributions Fund for Municipal Public Services (FAEISPUM) is not a political issue, said the governor of Michoacán, Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla, who affirmed that there is non-compliance of the City Council in the requirements established in the rules of operation, said the Governor of Michoacán, Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla.In a press conference, where the results of the resources and projects of the FAEISPUM were reported in the first window, with priority in water works, he specified that Morelia presented six projects of drinking water wells for which it does not have the water exploitation permit granted by the National Water Commission (CONAGUA). We are reviewing with the National Water Commission what we can do in that regard, if it will give the permit, if it will give the authorization for those wells and more; However, it is not the only municipality that was denied projects.” The state executive emphasized that independently of the Faeispum, the Government of Michoacán is investing in the State Capital, an example of this, he said, the construction of the second peripheral ring, the Villas del Pedregal overpass that begins this coming April, as well as the distributor of the Mercado de Abastos whose tender is in process. In this context, the director of Public Investment Monitoring of the Ministry of Finance, Alan Martínez Marroquín, reported that 92 municipalities were benefited. He explained that of the allocation of 1,530.2 million pesos, 914.7 million pesos were authorized and 615.5 million pesos are available. Two windows remain open, which will receive projects from March 1 to 8 and from April 1 to 15.

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