State and federal authorities will offer a rural housing program for workers in the agricultural sector in San Quintín
In an effort to fulfill the commitments of the president of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Vila Olmeda, announced initiatives to facilitate the acquisition of credits through the Institute of the National Housing Fund for Workers ( INFONAVIT). . These actions will be aimed at benefiting communities far from the urban centers of the state, as in the case of the municipality of San Quintín.
The governor highlighted the recent visit of Carlos Martínez Velázquez, general director of INFONAVIT, to San Quintín, where the measures were agreed with the Government of Baja California, through the Secretariat of Infrastructure, Urban Development and Territorial Reorganization (SIDURT) , to provide homes to families who need them.
Within the framework of the State Housing Plan, unique in its design at the national level, it is planned to implement a rural housing scheme. This program seeks to address the current gap in rural areas, giving way to a pilot program to build 194 homes in the Praderas de San Quintn subdivision.
Marina del Pilar emphasized the importance of addressing the gap in rural areas and stressed that this project is consistent with the entity’s commitment to building and developing social housing. The general director of INFONAVIT supported the initiative, announcing a coordinated collaboration with the Federal Government and the business sector to identify potential beneficiaries.
Arturo Espinoza Jaramillo, head of SIDURT, thanked the San Quintín Foundation Council for its support in facilitating the legal procedures that will allow the population to access the houses. As part of the agreement, an INFONAVIT module will be established in San Quintín to provide advice on financial programs and products, and a meeting will be held within 30 days to evaluate progress and development. establish a work program for its implementation and development.
Elsewhere, Governor Marina del Pilar led the commemorative parade of the 113th anniversary of the start of the Mexican Revolution, with the participation of more than 4,500 people, including high-performance athletes. During the event, the president emphasized his government’s commitment to sports, praised the efforts of Baja California athletes and emphasized the importance of civic values