Prior to conclusion of the 2018-2021 administration, Puerto Peñasco mayor Ernesto “Kiko” Munro detailed the aim to finalize 5 projects meant to improve the quality of life for city residents.
The projects, representing an investment of over 1.3 million pesos, are made possible through the Municipal Board on Public Works (CMCOP) and include work to benefit education, religious association, public and recreational spaces, the local Red Cross, and the Tohono O’odham indigenous community.
Mario López Paloma, CMCOP Director, detailed projects currently underway include:
- Jaime Nunó Elementary School – steel structure for construction of shade in civic area
- Puerto Peñasco Red Cross – construction of a shade covering at its facilities located on Blvd. Dr. Fracsico Carrillo Ruiz (formerly Blvd Fremont)
- Brisas del Mar neighborhood – concrete block bleachers and shade over public basketball court
- San Judas Tadeo church – bell tower structure
- Expansion on the traditional palapa gathering area of the Tohono O’dham community