First phase of road-Paving to begin August

    On August 10th, work on the first phase of Rocky Point Mexico’s, comprehensive road-paving program is set to get underway. The project, to be carried out by the local administration, will start up with resources of nearly 25 million pesos financed through the North American Development Bank. Heriberto Rentería Sánchez ( Mayor of Puerto Penasco ) reported that this was the date stipulated in the tendering process already underway. The work is to include eleven roadways and an area of just over 128,000 square meters. He remarked that the tendering process, announced on June 21st, would review proposals from participating companies and issue a judgment on July 20th as to which company would then carry out the work. Rentería Sánchez indicated that in total nearly 8,100 lineal meters would be paved through an estimated investment of 24.8 million pesos. He insisted that the work would begin on August 10th and wrap up within a period of about eight months. The Mayor stressed that there was no more red tape to go through, nor excuses, and conditions are so that finally they are able to take firm steps in broadening the coverage of pavement throughout the city. Rentería Sánchez detailed that the streets to be paved include: Juan Aldama from Sinaloa Ave. to Josefa Ortiz Blvd.; 14th St. from Venustiano Carranza to Plutarco Elías Calles St.; Puerto de Ensenada Ave. from Eutiquio Amador to López Portillo Blvd.; López Portillo Blvd. from Puerto de Ensenada Ave. to Benito Juárez Blvd.; Ruiz Cortinez St. from Constitución Ave. to Juan de la Barrera; Adolfo Ruiz Cortinez Ave. from Sinaloa Ave. to Josefa Ortiz Blvd.; León de la Barra St. from Kino to Josefa Ortiz Blvd.; and Melchor Ocampo St. from Josefa Ortiz Blvd. to Nuevo Peñasco Blvd. A three-stage paving process will also be undergone along Lázaro Cárdenas St.: the first phase from Ferrocarril Ave. to Benito Juárez Blvd, the second from Josefa Ortiz Blvd. to Nuevo Peñasco, and finally from Nuevo Peñasco Blvd. to Las Conchas Blvd. Heriberto Rentería Sánchez

In total nearly 8,100 lineal meters would be paved through an estimated investment
of 24.8 million pesos

 

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