Joy came this Friday, January 21, to the merchants of the Israel Lewites market, with the inauguration of the new shellfish warehouse built by the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, which houses a total of 64 commercial sections and approximately 92 workers. self-employed, working permanently.
This work was delivered to the merchants by the Secretary of the Managua Council, Jennifer Porras López, who expressed the commitment of the Good Government to improve the conditions of the municipal markets, for the well-being of the merchants and families.
He also explained that this project had an investment of 5,783,944 cordobas and consisted of the construction of a roof deck with a metal structure, supported by 50 columns, covering an area of 889.60 square meters.
“As of today, all seafood vendors are in all their positions, thus improving their working conditions. Likewise, the shared responsibility has allowed us to work with them in the treatment of garbage, improving the facilities, so with great joy and satisfaction we deliver this first project because it will not be the last one, we are also working on the This, in the construction of the square, where the merchants affected by the expansion of the Juan Pablo II track will be transferred.
The new warehouse replaces a 42-year-old structure, which was in poor condition and as part of the Sandinista Government model, the Municipality also improves streets, gutters and roofs.
For his part, comrade Freddy Casco, General Director of the Managua Municipal Market Corporation (COMMEMA), said that approximately 70 million córdobas will be invested this year in the execution of progress works in the 8 municipal markets.