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The Government of Mexico City announced that a total of 165 neighborhoods must pay an additional 35% with respect to the rate for the use of the water service, this in case they exceed the consumption limit.

Through the Official Gazette, the Water System of the capital published the modifications to the payment of the rights for the supply of water for domestic use (the rate corresponds to article 172 of the local Fiscal Code) and that indicate that an additional payment will have to be made in the event that during the first , second and third two months of the year register a consumption of more than 60,000 liters.

“It is a priority for the Government of Mexico City to promote the care and responsible use of water among citizens, in order to guarantee the provision of public services of drinking water, drainage and sewage in the City,” the authorities said.

Precisely, the municipalities that concentrate these colonies are Álvaro Obregón, Benito Juárez, Coyoacán, Cuajimalpa, Cuauhtémoc, Magdalena Contreras, Miguel Hidalgo and Tlalpan.

in the town hall Alvaro Obregon The neighborhoods that fall under this new arrangement are Atlamaya, Barrio la Otra Banda, Campestre, Chimalistac, Ex-Hacienda de Guadalupe Chimalistac, Flor de María, Florida, Guadalupe Inn, Jardines del Pedregal, Las Águilas, Lomas Axomiatla, Lomas de Guadalupe, Lomas de San Angel Inn, Lomas de Santa Fe, Los alpes, Paseo de las Lomas, Pueblo Axotla, Pueblo Tlacopac, Rancho San Francisco del Pueblo San Bartolo Ameyalco, San Ángel, San Ángel Inn, San Gabriel, Santa Fe, Santa Fe Centro City, Santa Fe La Loma, Santa Fe Peña Blanca and Villa Verdun.

Meanwhile in Benito Juarez they are Acacias, Actipan, Napoles Extension, Atenor Salas, City of Sports, Credito Constructor, Del Valle Centro, Del Valle Norte, Del Valle Sur, Extremadura Insurgentes, General Pedro Ma. Anaya, Insurgentes Mixcoac, Insurgentes San Borja, Letrán Valle, Merced Gómez, Mixcoac, Naples, East Narvarte, West Narvarte, Christmas Eve, Journalist, San José Insurgentes, Santa María Nonoalco, Tlacoquemécatl, Vertiz Narvarte.

In Coyoacan It is Atlántida, Barrio del Niño Jesús, Barrio La Concepción, Barrio Oxtopulco Universidad, San Lucas, Santa Catarina, Cafetales, Campestre Churubusco, Campestre Coyoacán, Churubusco Country Club, Ciudad Jardín, Copilco Universidad, Del Carmen, El Centinela, Coyoacán Park , Espartaco, Hermosillo, Insurgentes Cuicuilco, Coyoacán Gardens, Pedregal de San Ángel Gardens, Pedregal Jewels, Las Campanas, Los Cedros, Los Cipreses, Los Girasoles, Los Olivos, Los Sauces, Olímpica, Parque San Andrés, Paseos de Taxqueña , Pprado Churubusco, Prados de Coyoacán, Presidentes Ejidales 1a. Section, Romero de Terreros, San Diego Churubusco, Santa Cecilia, Villa Coyoacán, Villa Quietud and Xotepingo.

In Cuajimalpa they are Bosques de las Lomas, Palo Alto Campestre, Palo Alto Cooperative, El Molinito, El Molino, Palo Alto Farms, Lomas de Vista Hermosa, Santa Fe Cuajimalpa; in Cuauhtémoc they are Condesa, Cuauhtémoc Hippodrome, Hippodrome Condesa and Juárez; Magdalena Contreras with Heroes of Padierna, Puente Sierra (San Jerónimo Lídice), San Jerónimo Aculco, San Jerónimo Lídice and Santa Teresa.

In Miguel Hidalgo It is Anzures, Forest of Lomas, Escandón II Section, Irrigation, Lomas Altas, Lomas de Bezares, Lomas de Chapultepec I Section, Lomas de Chapultepec II Section, Lomas de Chapultepec III Section, Lomas de Chapultepec IV Section, Lomas de Chapultepec V Section , Lomas de Chapultepec VI Section, Lomas de Chapultepec VII Section, Lomas de Chapultepec VIII Section, Lomas de Reforma, Lomas de Sotelo, Molino del Rey, Periodista, Polanco I Section, Polanco II Section, Polanco III Section, Polanco IV Section, Polanco V Section, Real de las Lomas, San Miguel Chapultepec II Section, A home for us, as well as Verónica Anzures.

Tlalpan with Belisario Domínguez, Colinas del Ajusco, Floresta Coyoacán, Fuentes del Pedregal, Hacienda San Juan, Jardines del Ajusco, Jardines en la Montaña Magisterial, Magisterial Coapa, Parque del Pedregal, Prado Coapa 1a. Section, Prado Coapa 2a. Section, Prado Coapa 3a. Section, Rancho los Colorines, Residencial Acoxpa, Residencial Chimalli, Residencial Villa Coapa, Rinconada Coapa 1st section, Rinconada Coapa 2nd Section, Rinconada Las Hadas, Tlalpan, Tlalpuente, Toriello Guerra, Vergel Coapa, Vergel de coyoacán, Vergel del Sur, Villa Coapa , Olympic Village, Zacayucan Peña Pobre.




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