Historical buildings and monuments of Morelia are reviewed by PC due to the risk of landslides
Posted on July 15, 2022 16:14:29 Author Amanda Bautista Rodríguez / Ninety Degrees
Morelia, Michoacán, July 15, 2022.- They review the infrastructure of 300 historical monuments and properties located in central areas of 6 Michoacán municipalities for possible damage or risk of collapse, reported Jorge Romero Alvarado, State Coordinator of Civil Protection.
He indicated that the inspection will be carried out in conjunction with the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), who will verify that the corresponding restoration standards are met.
“In addition to the historical monuments, we have buildings that are very old and the City Council and the INAH also set certain guidelines… in the state we have more than 300 buildings and monuments that are under review, there are many and sometimes they have to be reviewed very carefully. ”, he commented. the state official.
The buildings that are evaluated are both private and some that house state or municipal offices in the demarcations of Pátzcuaro, Uruapan, Morelia, Zitácuaro, Quiroga, Tlalpujahua, among others.
“Houses that are abandoned under some situation that has not been legally taken over by those responsible… they are also consulting with the Secretary of Education in the State (SEE), they had not been used for two years and that affected them a lot because there was rain and they did not He did no situation to them and it affected them”, detailed the State Coordinator of CP.