San Miguel de Allende.- Through a public broadcast on local media and digital platforms, from the Zeferino Gutiérrez Park, Mayor Luis Alberto Villarreal delivered his second results report in which he highlighted that in difficult and painful times, of adversity and uncertainty and in the face of a health and economic crisis.
“SMA has stood to do the impossible, and despite the abandonment of the Federation, Guanajuato found the courage, vision, heart, and courage to get ahead hand in hand with the governor, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo ”, said Luis Alberto Villarreal.
Villarreal García presumed that thanks to the discipline, solidarity, and commitment, the city obtained the certificate of ‘Safe Destination’ from the World Travel and Tourism Council thanks to the anticipation of prevention, care and containment measures for Covid-19, in addition, SMA remains as one of the municipalities in all of Mexico, with more than 200 thousand inhabitants, that registers the lowest per capita rate in deaths, accumulated infections, and active cases.
Villarreal reported that during his second year of government, one of the most emblematic projects is the work of the ‘El Pípila’ overpass, a project that will transform mobility in the municipality, with a state investment of 326 million pesos to improve access to the city while paying special attention to pedestrians, cyclists, urban and foreign transport, private and cargo vehicles.
He also said that with a combined resource between the state and the Municipality of 390 million pesos, San Miguel families will have guaranteed water for the next 30 years, thanks to the modernization of the Fray Juan de San Miguel I treatment plant and the construction of the Ignacio Allende Water Plant. to guarantee drinking water of quality and quantity for the people of SMA.
He also spoke about the CADI, which he called “the most beautiful and modern kindergarten in the country, the CADI of the Municipal DIF will have first-world facilities, thanks to an investment that exceeds 17 million pesos, to give attention to the 350 registered children”.
The mayor highlighted the start of work for the construction of the UNAM Campus in San Miguel de Allende, with a tripartite investment that reaches 49 million pesos between UNAM, the municipal and state government, education is the best inheritance for children. “It will be a university that will benefit thousands of students with spaces for inclusion and avant-garde, state-of-the-art facilities”, declared the mayor.
“In a complicated year for everyone, the state government endorsed its accompaniment to this municipality and allocated 1,350 million pesos for the local economic reactivation, through social programs, infrastructure, and public works”, Villarreal continued.
Some of the attendees to the event were: the national leader of the PAN, Marko Cortés Mendoza; the ex-governors of Guanajuato, Miguel Márquez and Vicente Fox; the Secretary of Tourism, Juan José Álvarez Brunell; the mayor of Nuevo Laredo, Enrique Rivas Cuéllar; the mayor of Aguascalientes, María Teresa Jiménez Esquivel; Guanajuato municipal presidents, deputies and special guests.
Luis Alberto Villarreal indicated that 5 hotels are in the process of being built to promote the sustainable development of the city, as well as the expansion of major auto parts production plants, such as Toyota.
He reported that 2,500 jobs were rescued through Guanajuato Funds thanks to loans for 60 million pesos for 235 companies, in addition to maintaining more than 2,900 temporary jobs for social infrastructure actions.
He assured that the Renewed Action Program (PAR) is also a benchmark for participation between society and the government, with more than 400 actions between streets, roads, borda, educational infrastructure and public spaces; more than 60 streets and roads; more than 120 boards; 96 actions in educational infrastructure, flattened and painted the facades of more than 8 thousand homes between rural and urban areas and more than 150 public spaces rescued.
Some very emblematic such as Parque Juárez, which received a historical rehabilitation, and the construction of Parque Zeferino Gutiérrez . There are more than 100 million pesos for the rescue of the most iconic squares such as El Parián, Plaza de Los Insurgentes, San Antonio, San Juan de Dios, Mexiquito, La Luz, San Luis Rey and others more in process.
Finally, Villarreal emphasized that more than 14 million pesos were invested in the construction of the Guadalupe Avenue portals, and about 22 million pesos for the rehabilitation of the slopes of Arroyo de las Cachinches.
San Miguel Times Newsroom