Playa del Carmen, Q.R. – Municipal leader, Cristina Torres Gómez, has begun legal proceedings against Aguakan.
Meeting with the directing council of CAPA (water and sewage commission), Torres Gómez arrived in the state’s capital city of Chetumal to present evidence supporting claims that the current water commission, Aguakan, does not meet the conditions required to have been granted the concession as well as evidence that they provide inadequate services.
“Today we have taken a firm step to rescind Aguakan’s concession for not providing adequate services under the contract,” came the announcement on their social media platform.
The announcement also said, “A few moments ago I formally submitted a request to the Water and Sewerage Commission of Quintana Roo to review citizen complaints of non-compliance with #Aguakan that the users of the service sent us through the work tables that were installed in The colonies of Solidarity,” they added.
Aguakan was granted a 30-year concession by the previous government under the administration of Mauricio Góngora Escalante.