The 204 merchants who work in the Róger Deshon market will benefit from the new storm drainage project that began this week. The project will replace 19 rainwater receiving boxes and the drainage pipeline with a larger pipeline, this will allow increasing the capacity of the system to handle larger volumes of water, as reported by the Vice Mayor of Managua, Enrique Armas during a tour he made by this shopping center.
At the same time, he highlighted the importance of the projects that have been carried out this year in the different markets for the benefit of merchants and buyers.
The Vice Mayor stated that this market has a new roof, as in other markets in the capital, constructions have been made for the benefit of the managuas.
He stressed that this shopping center is stocked and merchants continue to sell products normally, in the same way the managuas come to acquire their products at low prices, with peace of mind and security that in the markets, sanitary hygienic measures are also taken relevant.[vc_images_carousel images=”33064,33065,33066,33067,33050,33051,33052,33053,33054,33055,33056,33057,33058,33059,33060,33061,33062,33063″ img_size=”large”]