An afternoon full of culture and excitement was experienced by the families of the Lomas de Guadalupe neighborhood of District VII, as they inaugurated, together with the municipal authorities, the asphalt coating of 6 long streets, this Friday, September 22.
The delivery ceremony was attended by Vice Mayor Enrique Armas Rosales, who announced that, with the delivery of these blocks, Lomas de Guadalupe reaches 70 percent of its streets improved, with asphalt coating and hydraulic concrete.
“Today, thanks to God and the guidance of Commander Daniel Ortega, it has been possible to fulfill the needs of the brothers who are joyfully receiving these beautiful streets, which required a very important investment of 5 million 105 thousand 700 córdobas, they are streets that come to give more comfort, tranquility and security for families,” said Armas.
Likewise, the mayor of the capital stated that this road network work turns 9,820 inhabitants into the right protagonist, which means 1,500 benefited families.
The protagonist Heydi Eugarrios showed her satisfaction and thanked the Sandinista Government for this welfare project.
“Vehicles couldn't get in here because it was difficult, all stones, all mud, you couldn't get through, the vehicles couldn't let us close, because there was no access and thanks to our Good Government now the streets are very good and the population is also grateful, because today we have new streets,” said Eugarrios.
With this project that dignifies the lives of families, the emblematic Streets for the People 2023 Program is advancing successfully with 523.03 streets covered in the capital alone.