Building authorities visited the Laureles Norte neighborhood of District VII, to supervise the asphalt coating of 12 blocks of streets, with an investment of 13 million córdobas, which contribute to the well-being and future of the 1,800 families in this community.
The supervision was chaired by Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado, who announced that this work for the common good is part of the emblematic Streets for the People Program, which to date has made significant progress of 40.8 percent with 418 blocks, out of 1,027. blocks projected for this year, with an investment of more than 2 thousand 240 million córdobas.
“In this month of July, celebrating and commemorating the 44th anniversary of our revolution, here are 1,800 families and 13,000 brothers and sisters who are protagonists of the Laureles Norte neighborhood, with this project, which is one of the largest that we have executed in this area of the District VII”, reported Mayor Rueda.
He also shared that, in recent years, the Good Government has invested more than 27 million córdobas in this community, through the execution of road improvement works, storm drainage and the construction of 16 decent homes.
Leading families expressed their gratitude for this work that contributes to improving their living conditions.
“It is something wonderful, what this government is doing, with us the people, before the streets were pure earth and mud, you could not pass, I passed my girls chineadas with mud up to their waists, but now the children pass calmly , with their clean socks, because there is no dirt, there is no mud, so it is a great progress and a progress that costs”, said Mrs. Guadalupe Blandino.