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Gestión y política pública

versión impresa ISSN 1405-1079

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ESPEJEL, Ileana; HERNANDEZ, Alberto; RIEMANN, Hugo  y  HERNANDEZ, Laura. Proposal for a New Municipality over Hidrographic Basins Case Study: San Quintín, B. C. Gest. polít. pública [online]. 2005, vol.14, n.1, pp.129-168. ISSN 1405-1079.

The state of Baja California has the greatest municipalities of the country and, therefore, the fewest. New municipalities have begun to be formed recently: Playas de Rosarito in 1995 and, as projects, San Quintín and San Felipe. Traditionally, a municipality is designed according to socioeconomic and, mainly, political reasons. Our proposal puts the ecosistemic unit of a hydrographic basin on a level with a political-administrative unit, that in this case would be the municipality. Today, municipalities make use of hydrographic basins and their natural resources in an ecologically disintegrated fashion. The creation of a new municipality is proposed, that would cover three delegations whose area corresponds to the hydrographic basins of the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir flowing into the Pacific and feeding the agriculture valley of San Quintín. This proposal coincides with today's agenda of municipal reform.

Palabras llave : regional government; rural planning; water management.

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