The families living in sector "C" of the Carlos Núñez neighborhood of District II, were benefited with the Road Improvement Project that covered 3 new blocks with asphalt, the work has an investment of 590 thousand cordobas and was executed through the Investment Plan Annual (PIA), directly benefiting 1,800 inhabitants.
These 3 new blocks were previously in their natural state and with their coating four objectives were achieved: the access of the neighborhood was improved, a road was built that connects it to the Villa Virgen de Guadalupe neighborhood, the students who go every day were benefited. to the school of Villa Guadalupe and the superficial pluvial drainage was improved.
The Vice Mayor of Managua, Enrique Armas Rosales, after cutting the ribbon with the protagonists of the neighborhood, explained that this road work benefits the children who use these streets to go to school and the elderly who attend the church of the sector and detailed that in the Carlos Núñez neighborhood, from 2015 to date, 17 million cordobas have been invested in 10 projects that improved roads, storm drainage and mitigation works.
“The Commander has directed that streets continue to be made in all the neighborhoods of this District, so that over the course of the year we will have more streets, more drainage works and more water and sanitation works in neighborhoods such as Batahola, Santa Ana, Alfredo Silva neighborhood, Los Arcos Annex and even in the Monseñor Lezcano neighborhood, which is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the Capital, ”Armas reported.
This is the second consecutive year that the Municipality has built new streets in this neighborhood. Last year with the Streets for the People Program, 3 blocks were covered with asphalt.
The residents of this neighborhood said they were happy to see how they went from being dirt streets to being paved streets.
Pastor Daniel Rene Crespo has lived in the neighborhood for 30 years and affirms that this project changed the lives of all his neighbors.
“This was a dream that came true only with President Daniel Ortega, these streets were a disaster. I have lived here for 30 years and no government ever bothered to make these streets beautiful and safe as we all deserve to live, this project is one of the best works that our government has been doing ”.
Likewise, Ms. Martha Mora stated, “in these streets when it rained there were currents that almost took the children away, but now they are fine and in my case better, because I am a street vendor and it was difficult for me to pass with my cart, but now I will no longer have that problem during the day, or at night and not in winter ”.[/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”41846,41847,41848,41849,41850,41851,41852,41853,41854,41855,41856,41857,41858,41859,41840,41841,41842,41843,41844,41845″ img_size=”large”][/vc_column][/vc_row]