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Road network in the Camilo Chamorro neighborhood continues to grow, thanks to the Streets for the People Program

The inhabitants of the Camilo Chamorro neighborhood, located in District VI, will celebrate the end of the year festivities with 80 percent of their streets covered, thanks to the Streets for the People Program, as reported by Vice Mayor Enrique Armas Rosales, during a tour. this Wednesday, November 8, to evaluate the progress of the new road improvement project being carried out in this community.

“We are putting the finishing touches on this work, which the Mayor's Office has been carrying out all these days, there are almost 4 very long and wide paved blocks that will benefit 2,354 families,” reported the mayor of the capital.

Armas, explained that the work has an investment of 2 million 629 thousand 200 córdobas and that in addition to benefiting the residents of the neighborhood, it benefits the surrounding sectors, because it internally unites the Quinta Pacheco, Walter Ferreti, Jorge Casally and José Dolores neighborhoods. Estrada, forming an alternate route to avoid rush hours on Carretea Norte.

With the execution of this project, Streets for the People achieves progress of 70.89 percent, with 726 blocks served in the 7 districts of the capital.

Carlos Vanegas, 85 years old, came to live in this neighborhood since 1971 and never thought he would be able to see the development that his area now has.

“Only with this Government were we able to see all our neighborhoods paved, there are few dirt streets that remain, thanks to Daniel who thinks about the poor, this sector was abandoned and look now we can go out without falling when it rains,” said Vanegas.

By the end of this year, Streets for the People will have invested 45 million córdobas in the construction of 64 new blocks in District VI, benefiting the neighborhoods: Camilo Chamorro, Hugo Chávez, Carlos Marx, La Primavera, Gertrudis Areas, Waspán Norte, Villa Reconciliación North and Sur, Ciudad Belén and the Villa Flor de Pino Urbanization.

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