More than 4,000 families live in irregular settlements in Cabo San Lucas

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur (BCS). In the tourist destination of Cabo San Lucas, more than 4,000 families live in irregular settlements, most of them located in the areas known as Caribe and Unidad Real, however, this figure does not include the recent invasion of the area of Chula Vista that was recently named “López Obrador” in which 2,000 more families inhabit.

“Both in San José and in Cabo San Lucas, we’ve had meetings with all the people who are in need of sustainable land for decent housing “Explained the director of Human Settlements, Erasmo Castañeda Álvarez.

In the invasions of the Caribe and Unidad Real areas, located in the north of Cabo San Lucas, around 4,000 families that do not have the titles of property and lack basic services are alredy settled.

A month ago, the Delegate of Cabo San Lucas, Óscar Leggs stated in a radio interview that in the irregular settlement recently named as “López Obrador”, in the vicinity of the Chula Vista neighborhood, was invaded by some 3,000 people, according to estimates of Municipal Civil Protection.

At the time, the municipal official maintained that there are between 8 and 10 registered invasions, some of them in the process of regularization; nevertheless, it was pointed out that the current administration “will not allow one more invasion”.

The Baja Post Newsroom with information from BCS Meganoticias

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