Tulum, Q.R. — “I will manage state and federal resources to repair the Tulum-Punta Allen highway section of Paso Lagarto that has been affected by waves, heavy rain and wind gusts caused by the storm Cristóbal,” said Tulum mayor Víctor Mas Tah.
He visited the area and verified that in general, the road is in good condition with the exception of the small stretch of Paso Lagarto roadway, which was washed out, but does not prevent vehicle circulation, he says. Mas Tah added that the repair of the roadway is a situation that will be addressed as soon as possible with state and federal resources.
He also made visits to families whose roofs were affected by several days of strong winds from passing storms. He says that the needs of those affected will be addressed through the various municipal agencies, such as Municipal Public Services, Health, Civil Protection, Citizen Attention and the different sectors of Municipal DIF (Desarrollo Integral de la Familia).
Mas Tah also noted that sargassum help will be sent to deal with the landfall of seaweed, since the site will soon be open to tourists for activities such as diving and sport fishing.