CIUDAD JUAREZ – Junta Central de Agua y Saneamiento (JCAS) presented “Logros y Avances 2018”, where it highlighted the investment of US$40.9 million for works in Ciudad Juarez.
In said event, JCAS’ President Óscar Ibáñez explained that 78% of the investment comes from their own resources, while 13% comes from federal resources and only 9% is state-owned.
The total amount of resources injected totals US$40,918,681 million; of that figure 37% was provided by Junta Municipal de Agua y Saneamiento (JMAS) of Juarez.
Javier Corral, governor of the state of Chihuahua, was invited to this event and in his speech he said that Ciudad Juárez has an estimated urban infrastructure deficit of about US$4.6 billion.
According to Corral, the lag has been experimented in topics such as drinking water, sewerage, paving, parks and gardens and transportation.
Source: El Diario de Juárez