More than ten kilometers of streets have been renovated by the Municipal Works Directorate in the city of San Vicente through the National Patch Plan, including the complete renovation project for the streets of the Brisas I neighborhood that was delivered to the residents, reported the director of the DOM, Álvaro O’Byrne.
The official was accompanied by the Minister of Local Development, María Chichilco, as well as the mayor of San Vicente, José Roberto Barrientos, and part of the 500 inhabitants who benefited from this work. “Now we have a very promising future because the changes are becoming tangible in real works,” said director O’Byrne.
In addition, he added that “through the National Patch Plan we are generating employment in the benefited communities, since the projects are carried out with local labor, and thus we promote development and stimulate the economy.”
“How many years have passed and nothing has ever been done, now I feel happy because the difference is noticeable with the works carried out by the DOM,” said Mayor Roberto Barrientos, who has made arrangements for this project that began in February and has already been delivered. to the population.
Minister María Chichilco also valued that “we have achieved these streets, tomorrow we are going to achieve others because we want more and more Salvadorans to benefit.” Apart from the streets of the Brisas I neighborhood in the Dos Quebradas canton, the crews have also recovered roads in the urban area of San Vicente, such as 6a. South Avenue, 8th. Oriente Avenue and Cañera Route.