The governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar, visited the residents of the municipality of Tecate in order to listen firsthand to the needs of the residents of Colonia Rincón Tecate; in addition, a new crematorium will be established and operated by the state DIF.
The state governor highlighted the presence in the community of the State’s Urbanization Council staff who receive several paving requests and of the Secretary of Welfare of Baja California, Netzahualcóyotl Jáuregui Santillán, who’s there to promote state social programs in the community.
Marina del Pilar toured the streets of this neighborhood, listening to the needs of children, teenagers, women, and men, in order to implement public policies to benefit the community, especially related to essential issues such as health and education for all people.
In addition, Marina del Pilar delivered the restored community dining room project of Colonia Rincón Tecate, which had an investment of over 1 million pesos from the Social Infrastructure Fund for States (FISE), a federal program administered by the state government.
She emphasized that a space of this nature largely represents this country’s essence, as it is people willing to help others and work for the wellbeing of others, which is why they will have full support from the government of Baja California so that they can continue carrying out their work.
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