The 755,000th passenger to arrive at Mazatlán’s Rafael Buelna airport this year was greeted yesterday afternoon.
Of the 63, 46 traffic deaths occurred in urban Mazatlán: 8 pedestrians, 18 motorcyclists, 4 passengers, 4 bicyclists and 12 car accidents.
26 residents had signed a declaration on September 26, 2014 that they emphatically did not give their consent to the construction of the new tower.
According to media reports, the Mayor concentrated on discussing 76 projects the municipality has planned.
The city has acquired a total of 84 new vehicles during the first year of the present administration.
Beginning at 6pm tonight, Olas Altas will be closed to traffic for a free street concert by singer and musician Celso Piña.
High waves and high tides have taken their annual toll on Mazatlán’s beaches.
It is estimated that by the end of December, 330,000 people will have visited the aquarium this year.
The Sinaloa Secretary of Tourism along with hotel and tourism service associations held a Christmas posada yesterday.
The government is considering transferring the building to the Defense Secretariat for a Military Hospital in south Sinaloa.
The Mayor was speaking to reporters yesterday in an interview and preview of his first state of the municipality speech to be delivered on Monday, December 15.
In total, the ships carry 6,872 passengers and 2,761 crew members.
Bus seating is limited to 100 persons per location, so get your reservation in early.
Yesterday the Municipal Council approved the construction of two new fraccionamientos in Mazatlán.
The second stage will consist of revamping the beach corridors, and according to the Sinaloa Secretary of Tourism the total upgrade of the Zona Dorada should be completed in February 2015.