Guaranteeing well-being and better living conditions for families in the capital, the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, executed 2 public infrastructure projects in the Santa Ana neighborhood of District II.
These works were inaugurated by the Vice Mayor of Managua, Enrique Armas Rosales, in an atmosphere of joy and festivity, where the beneficiary families gathered and made the inaugural ribbon cutting.
The mayor of the capital reported that these works consisted of the installation of 75 linear meters of 6-inch sanitary drainage pipe, construction of 3 visitor wells and the connection of 12 household connections for the water and sanitation system; in addition to the asphalt surfacing of a street through the Calles para el Pueblo Program.
With these works, more than 900 inhabitants of the community are benefited and it had an investment of 587 thousand cordobas, of which 350 thousand cordobas were invested in road improvement and 237 thousand in the water and sanitation project, Armas shared.
He also announced that this year the Municipality plans to invest 28 million córdobas, in the execution of road improvement works, storm drainage, water and sanitation, as well as the renovation of public spaces.
For its part, the population of this community was happy with the work just executed, as expressed by the resident Fermín Roa, who said that at 62 years of age and the time of living in this neighborhood, only the Sandinista front has been concerned To improve the living conditions of her community, she now happily sees the children playing and enjoying her new streets.