Understandably the men who ferry people to and from Stone Island were upset over the loss of business.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will arrive in Mazatlán this afternoon at 6:30pm and will spend the night at an hotel in Cerritos.
Two have already begun construction, two more will begin in May and two are awaiting right of passage permits from the railway company.
Families could have fun at the location from 8:00 pm in the evening until 4:00 am the following morning with free entertainment.
On Saturday alone it is estimated that 211,000 people invaded the city’s beaches.
Despite the “Closed” notices attached to the stands, they remained open as beer company employees continued to sell their product to thirsty beach goers.
The long wait saw some impatient drivers drive their cars over sidewalks in an effort to move forward.
Employment at local restaurants was up 15 percent during the first part of the week.
Ten beer stands that were scheduled to open on Mazatlán’s beaches could not do so because the breweries sponsoring the beer stands had not obtained the necessary permits.
Nadia Haydée Vega Olivas has resigned as head of the Urban Planning and Development department.
Marbiel Chollet, Coordinator of Profepa in the south, said no permits had been issued for the beer stands.
The Mayor said Avenida Del Mar is 100 percent for families, while Olas Altas is for fun, dance, music and alcohol for those who want to drink.
Two tons of fresh fish were donated to 2,000 families living on the periphery of the city.
Peña Nieto will visit Mazatlán next week to inaugurate the ship Buque de Investigación Pesquera y Oceanográfica.
The surfers will walk the beaches and ride the waves advising swimmers and beachgoers.