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15 new blocks are built in the Sandino Memorial neighborhood

Authorities of the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, visited on the morning of this Wednesday, February 8, a road improvement project in the Memorial Sandino neighborhood of District I of the capital.

During the supervision, the Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado announced that the work consists of the asphalt coating of 15 blocks of streets, which has an investment of more than 10 million córdobas, through the Streets for the People Program.

"There are 15 blocks that will be ready tomorrow, there are more than 9,000 protagonists only in this area of the Memorial Sandino neighborhood, today with the joy of sharing with families, our commitment is to listen to them, serve them and together move forward," 2023”, said Rueda.

Also, he added that the Streets for the People Program to date, has an advance of 10.88 percent with 95.73 completed blocks of the 880 streets scheduled for this year.

"We are going to be attending with the program in the 4 stages of the Hialeah neighborhood, the Gracias a Dios region, we delivered 11 blocks in one of the regions, it is really a blessing for families to travel through new streets, it is a significant advance and from the From 2016 to date, a total of 60 decent homes have been built in the neighborhood,” added the capital official.

For this year, the Municipality will invest with the Annual Investment Plan 43.3 million córdobas in District I, in road improvement works, storm drainage and mitigation projects.

Mayra Benítez, an inhabitant of this neighborhood, stated that, with the expansion of the street and the improvement, families will be able to have greater security and vehicles will be able to travel without inconvenience.

"I thank God that we have achieved these streets, because here it was terrible dust, we put bags to stop the water and now we have this beautiful street, if there is a sick person they take him out quickly," said Alejandra Vallejos Meza.

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