Axel Kicillof heads this Monday the signing of leasing agreements of Banco Provincia with municipalities for the acquisition of goods related to health, safety, public works and urban services.
As indicated by official sources, the act will be in the Government and then, Kicillof will meet with several community chiefs to review the state of progress of the works being carried out in those districts.
One of the meetings will be with the mayor of La Plata, Julio Garro, with whom he will sign an agreement for the purchase of 13,500 LED luminaires for a total of $159,975.000. This occurs within the framework of a plan established by the Municipality for the renovation of the luminaire in different points of the La Plata territory.
At the same time, the governor will sign an agreement the president of Magdalena, Gonzalo Pelusoto acquire a truck with a collector for $24,100,000 and that of Villarino, Carlos Bevilacqua, for hospital, computer and utility equipment for $21,700,000. Will also do it with the mayor of Pehuajó, Pablo Zurro, to acquire three Mercedes Benz trucks and three dump boxes for $29,900,164, and a John Deere 4X4 backhoe for $14,737,676; and with the communal chief of Laprida, Paul Torresto purchase a vacuum sweeper for $6,769,231 and a Canon computed tomography system for $26,061,641.
with the community chief Jose C. Paz, Mario Ishii, will sign an agreement for the purchase of 9 VW Amarok Pick-ups, 2 Mercedes Benz Sprinter minibuses and a Mercedes Benz for $79,624,406; that of Benito Juarez, Julio Marini, will do it for an Iveco truck, front loader for $24,553,043; and that of Colonel Suarez, Ricardo Mocerofor a Michigan loader, loader and motor grader for $48,179,355.
Meanwhile, the communal chief of San Vicente, Nicholas Mantegazza, will sign the agreement with Provincia Leasing to acquire three Iveco dump trucks for $54,000,000; that of General San Martin, Fernando Moreira, for 10 boxcars and a data storage system for $65,300,000; and that of Balcarce, Stephen Kingdomfor a Philips scanner for $23,552,217.