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Capital authorities supervise lining of the Waspán Norte channel

The II stage of the project to line the Waspán channel and the construction of a bridge box is progressing at a good pace, works that are part of the Winter Plan carried out by the municipality, to mitigate the effects of the rains in this area of District VI of Managua.

This mitigation work is 60 percent complete and was supervised by Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado, who announced that this storm drainage and road improvement project has a global investment of 19.5 million córdobas, which is executed through planning. strategic, to reduce the vulnerability of the 5,069 inhabitants of this area.

“One of the most important works we have here in the District VI area, a project that has come to give security and well-being to families, this is a second stage, it is 100 linear meters of channel lining, in addition, we are building a bridge box, which will also serve as a connection with the Walter Ferreti and Waspán Norte neighborhoods,” reported the capital's mayor.

He also explained that, in the last 10 years, in the Waspán Norte neighborhood, the Good Government has invested an amount greater than 41 million córdobas, through the construction of 10 decent homes, the coating of streets, the construction of the community park , as well as the rehabilitation of the Silvia Ferrufino Health Center and the Hugo Chávez Frías school.

At the same time, he emphasized that this work is part of the 120 projects to be executed this year, through the Winter Plan, which consists of the construction of works, the cleaning of the storm drainage network and environmental education programs, with participation citizen, for this reason, the Municipality is allocating a global investment of 932.2 million córdobas; of them, 846.8 million córdobas in the execution of works; 60.3 million córdobas will be invested in cleaning the storm drainage system and 25.1 million córdobas will be invested in environmental education programs.

“We have been attending to each of the critical points that we have in our municipality, in 2010, imagine we had 147 critical points and now we are talking about 54 critical points,” added the Mayor of Managua.

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