Guasave, Sinaloa.- The lamps that have become obsolete in the Malecon Maria del Rosario Espinoza of Guasave after the installation of the new luminaires, will be removed and later placed at points where it is necessary Street lighting, indicated the general director of Public Works and Services.
He indicated that they are also working on the installation of 400 lamps by Branch 33. Mauricio López Parra, director of Public Works, indicated that the lamps that were on the María del Rosario Espinoza boardwalk will be removed, but they are waiting for the company that placed the new can do such work.
“We are going to withdraw them, there is no longer any use for them to be there; What happens is that the company that put them up supports the municipality to remove the existing lamps, but right now where a single track is made, the lamps were stuck to the wall and the paving stone had to be removed and the bases made; and that paving stone has just arrived and they are installing it to leave everything sealed, and then remove the lamps. ”
He explained that the mayor’s indication is that these lights be reused in areas that require public lighting, mainly in the city, such as the Boulevard Aceitunas and the Raúl Cervantes Ahumada road.
“Those lamps we have the instruction of the mayor to relocate them, we have already seen some points to reuse those lamps, we only hope to be able to do it now; In the city, for the most part, the intention is to finish illuminating the Boulevard Aceitunas, which is an important road to the west of the city, we have been repairing some, but we are missing about 10 lamps; We also want to leave the Raúl Cervantes Ahumada road well illuminated, which in the end is an important access to the city, and which also connects to the new bridge over the river ”.
López Parra added that there are also points in some neighborhoods that are being analyzed, because although there are not many lights, they will serve to reinforce those areas.
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The official indicated that the intention is to put them before the end of the administration, but right now they are installing the 400 lamps that come from the Rustic Property program, with which they are benefiting 80 towns, but stressed that they will have to be done in time to place them before the government ends.