While last year it was available from October the bonus payment of the workers of the City Council, on this occasion the finances seem not to be so comfortable, since the treasurer Marco Antonio Báez Rochín himself has already made public that they are finding it difficult to cover that legal benefit, since the savings that they began from the federal participations are proving to be insufficient. Surely those loans requested from the state, who advanced them shares, will make a dent in this administration, but it is assumed that they valued all that before borrowing, but if the decision was made lightly, perhaps that is why the treasurer is already saying that it looks bad to cover the Christmas bonus, it just won’t come out after a while because the fortnightly payment will also begin to be delayed, because then it will be thought that the person in charge of managing the municipality’s finances is not so good in his position .
After the federal deputy Casimiro Zamora Valdez He publicly stated that the director of Public Works and Services had to get to work on the realization of projects that improve the quality of life of Guasavenses, since month after month this municipality receives millions of pesos in shares, so many that it is expected to close the 2022 with some one billion assigned, this took a deep breath in the municipal government, who yesterday morning uploaded a video of the works that they bring active, but that ultimately the amount does not correspond to the resource that has been allocated for it. I hope that Esaú López Bojórquez keeps his word and finishes all the works that they bring, because they started working very late to give priority to politicking, and now the times are eating them up, since it would be unfortunate if Guasave receives fewer participations in 2023, only because there was no good planning to execute the public work.
The manager of Jumapag recognized that although they have worked intensely to recover the enormous overdue portfolio that is dragging on the receivership of Juan José Ríos, the reality is that this issue is going very slowly, and there are very few who have shown interest in putting their accounts to the current, despite the fact that they have applied massive service cuts with people who have not paid for many years. Perhaps the people of that community believe that by becoming a municipality in 2024 they will no longer have to answer for that pending, and perhaps they are right, but if they continue with that culture of non-payment, the mayor they have will surely have a lot of problems to offer them a good service.
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