A year after the administration of six city municipalities, instrument Mayor, what have you done? is preparing the first results that will allow measuring the degree of fulfillment of the pre-election obligations assumed by its municipal presidents.
The exercise organized by Jalisco How We Are Going and Coparmex Jalisco is uploading these first results and in the coming days they will be reflected in axes such as education, economy, security, environment, urban development and public services. This is Augusto Chacón, member of Jalisco How We Are Going.
“We incorporated four new municipalities. Now we are evaluating six, not only Guadalajara and Zapopan, and I think one of the advantages that this has had is that we have direct numbers to find out what has been done, what has not been done or what has stagnated based on what they themselves proposed and the daily work of Jalisco Coma Vamosa made the mayor’s team more involved in the sense of responsibility “said Augusto Chacón, member of Jalisco As we go.
The municipalities rated in these administrations are Guadalajara, Zapopan, El Salto, Tlajomulco, Tonalá and Tlaquepaque.. This exercise established a basis for determining where administrations started in different indicators, their mayors set a baseline target for each year and this will allow them to know how far they have progressed.
Among them are the percentage of people who feel little or not at all safe in that city, the rate of property crimes per 100,000 inhabitants, the percentage of properties that pay real estate tax, the increase in collection, the number of square meters of green space per inhabitant, among other things, satisfaction with the quality of streets and pavements.
Every year, it is planned to update the information with the goals set by the municipal presidents. This December, Jalisco Como Vamos and Coparmex will present the progress, stagnation or regression of 2021.
“And if the internal people in the municipalities, who are also staying, take a stand that their work has the effect of evaluating not only the mayor, but the entire administration, I think that has made a good change, and you see that we are burdening the work of the mayor from the outside, for example, knowing that it is very important that they take care of property tax collection because otherwise there will be no money to build things”Augusto Chacón concluded.