The mayor of Yerba Buena, Mariano campero (UCR-Juntos por el Cambio), together with part of the municipal cabinet, supervised the different fronts of works that are being carried out in the city and that aim to improve vehicular circulation and surface water runoff.
The tour began on Diego de Villarroel street, where articulated pavement is being installed in a section of more than 300 meters that goes from Juan B. Terán to San Francisco de Asís.
“Together with the team of engineers that we have in the municipality, we are touring the works. We have the objective of achieving those 100 intervened blocks that we set ourselves and we have been working on this path to achieve it, ”Campero highlighted.
“It is a pleasure and a way of thanking the neighbors for the support we received in the elections, which ratify our commitment to work to transform our municipality and put Yerba Buena where the neighbors deserve, with good services, with works, with a clean city and the streets in good condition ”, he added.
The municipal chief also supervised the paving of Salta street, between Perón avenues and Las Higueritas; Sarmiento Street, between Charcas and Facundo Quiroga, where water losses are being repaired and then repaving the sector.
Finally, he went through the final stage of the work on the southern zone road circuit comprised of Catamarca, Chacho Peñaloza and Concordia streets. There, more than 600 meters have already been paved and gutter cords are being built to facilitate the runoff of the waters towards the San Luis channel.
“This area was badly hit by the rains. Every time major storms happened we had to come with all the road equipment to repair, because it was practically a river bed, “he explained Fernando Lopez Garcia, Undersecretary of Public Infrastructure.
“With the work that we have been doing, we are going to be able to direct the surface water from the storms to the newly inaugurated scuppers of San Luis Street and avoid flooding,” added the official, who participated in the tour with Pablo Macchiarola, Government Secretary, Manuel Courel, Chief of Staff, and Esteban Auad, Director of Infrastructure.