At the end of the month of October, the Calles para el Pueblo Program achieved a progress of 1,024 blocks completed, exceeding the expectations proposed for this month, as reported by the Secretary General of the Municipality, Fidel Moreno Briones, during a tour of the neighborhood South Batahola of District II, where 4 new blocks were paved.
The project benefits 10,000 protagonists, with an investment of almost 2 million córdobas and improved road circulation for the inhabitants of 2,000 houses in the neighborhood.
“This year we have been working on four sectors in the neighborhood. Taking into account the size and importance of the road interconnection, in this area this year we carried out a water and sanitation project to be able to connect the La Colmena sector, about 60 homes that had never had sewage, likewise, we have done a pluvial drainage work that allowed us to attend to the area of the neighborhood that was prone to flooding,” Moreno explained.
Likewise, he highlighted that with these streets 1,024 blocks are completed for an advance of 82.5 percent. At this time, work continues in 15 additional neighborhoods, closing the month of October on meeting the goal of the Calles para el Pueblo 2021 Program.
Diana Pulido Rivera, an inhabitant of the neighborhood, confirmed that with these new streets, the current will no longer enter their houses.
“We feel happy, because with these new streets, more than 10 houses will have better conditions and will live in peace, the current will no longer turn on us when it rains, this year was the best for everyone, because they made us 4 projects, they made us streets, but they also built a new sanitary network and gutters for rainwater,” Pulido declared.