Hermosillo, Sonora.- Antonio Astiazarán ruled out that there would be an increase in the property tax, nor in the Domain Transfer or fines for the next year, in relation to what can be expected in the Income Law by 2024 in Hermosillo.
The municipal president clarified that what will happen will be the continuation of the regulatory improvement effort for greater effectiveness in raising own income, taking into account the reality of the decrease in resources coming from federal participation to the municipality.
“When we began the administration, 62 percent of the income was participations and now our goal is that 50 percent are participations and 50 percent are own income,” he explained.
He mentioned that there is already a draft Income Law whose details are being refined, with the intention that those who make up the committee will soon rule on it. Finance, Heritage and Public Account Commission of the Councilwith a view to presenting it to the full body of authority at the end of November.
The next step is for it to be voted on in the State Congress and after that happens the approval of the Expenses budgethe detailed.
Astiazarán Gutiérrez confirmed the intention to invest more than one billion pesos in public works, without putting the city in debt, and to continue demonstrating that both factors can be reconciled in the exercise of government.