More than 3,500 families in the Las Jagüitas region in District V benefited from the Calles para el Pueblo Program, with the construction of 9 asphalt blocks and an investment of 3,749,254 córdobas.
With this new project, a new road connection is being built between Districts V and VII, as reported by the Secretary General, Fidel Moreno Briones, during a tour to evaluate the process of laying the asphalt.
“These nine blocks directly make more than 3,500 families in this sector protagonists, but indirectly all of us who have to circulate to move from District V to District VII. With the construction of these new streets, the program reaches 96.5 percent progress with 1,198 blocks completed,” Moreno explained.
The municipal official confirmed that by the end of the year, the emblematic program will have exceeded the proposed goal of 1,242 new blocks for this year, because several projects are being worked on in more neighborhoods of the capital.
He also explained that this new project of Calles para el Pueblo, articulates the park with the school and the church, three of the points of greatest circulation in that area of Managua.
“We are very close to finishing this year's Calles para el Pueblo Program; The truth is that we are going to overcomply because we will not end there, once we achieve 1,242 blocks, we will continue working to continue restoring rights to the Nicaraguan people,” added the Secretary General.
The municipal authorities reported that six projects have been carried out in Las Jagüitas in the last 10 years, with an investment of a little more than 18 million córdobas.