Tulum, Q.R. — Approximately 45 million peso has been earmarked for security surveillance equipment throughout Tulum says its mayor, Victor Mas Tah.
He says in order to ensure the safety of citizens and visitors, the municipal administration will invest 45 million peso for the acquisition of video surveillance that will be placed in the town and along the coastal highway.
He explained that meetings were held with members of the municipality’s subcommittee on security with the aim of designing proposals and actions to strengthen surveillance in the coastal zone due to the assaults that have been committed in recent weeks.
“This is a topic of interest and concern. We will work hard to minimize the crime rates in the coastal area, therefore, in coming weeks will be the acquisition of video surveillance cameras in the municipal seat and the road that connects the town with the hotel zone,” he explained.
He added that they are preparing the technical aspect of the project as well as addressing the financial issue, so that this year, the first stage of the security program for the municipality of Tulum will be finalized.