Clandestine waste continues to be dumped by Jocotepec government
The neighbors of the community claim that there are around ten tons of garbage accumulated and no response from the municipality.
«Temporary» dumps by City Hall persist, according to neighbors of the community of San Luciano.
Héctor Ruiz Mejía: About ten tons of garbage has accumulated near the Guadalajara – Morelia ramp by the San Juan Cosalá highway, reported neighbors of the community.
According to those interviewed, City Hall personnel continue to dump garbage on the stretch about 20 meters before the ramp leading to Guadalajara from the Carretera.
«We have already reported it, but it seems that this will continue and it makes us sad,» commented one of the complainants who travels daily along the stretch and sees the gradual increase in garbage.
Those interviewed said that there is already about ten tons of garbage accumulated and that despite the reports, there has been no response from the municipality.
Residents of the community of San Luciano lament the clandestine dumping of garbage.
“Apparently, they have made it a temporary landfill,» one of the interviewees stated, and expressed his concern about the garbage collection crisis, which persists and, in his eyes, does not seem to be coming to an end. The situation has been going on for some time and is beginning to generate complications, such as the release of bad odors, as well as the contamination of the land and the landscape.
Although Semanario Laguna has not yet been to the site of the report, the neighbors claimed with despair that this will continue, and urged the City Hall to take action on the matter.
This is not the first incident of clandestine garbage dumping:, one person interviewed recalled that Semanario Laguna had covered another incident in the community of San Luciano.
Neighbors of the community were concerned about the possibility that it will be another temporary dump. The community is waiting to see what will happen with the waste generated by the Señor del Monte festivities, as they remain skeptical about the fate of the waste.
«Let’s just hope they already have a landfill to deposit all the garbage from the festivities, we don’t want them to come and dump it here,» urged the residents of the community of San Luciano.
Translated by Christalle Dalsted
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