In that sense, he pointed out that “in many municipalities of the Province people still live in very unequal conditions and without access to basic rights, which forces many people from Buenos Aires to emigrate to large urban centers.” “We are working with each and every mayor to pay off these debts, bringing more health, education and housing,” he said.
The houses were built with an investment of 62 million pesos and have two bedrooms, kitchen, dining room and bathroom. The works also included the installation of water services, sewage, gas and connection to the electricity grid. The project contemplates a second stage in which another 35 housing solutions will be carried out in the neighborhood.
For his part, Agustín Simone highlighted: “In all the municipalities we are building houses and improving the housing situation of the neighbors, which is a policy that also serves to generate jobs and promote economic activity”he indicated.
In turn, with resources from the Municipal Infrastructure Fund, works were carried out on the gutter, paving and green spaces for the neighborhood, in order to improve accessibility and runoff of rainwater.
“These homes were delayed for a long time during the previous management”
Meanwhile, Mayor Julio Marini recalled that the homes delivered “they were delayed for a long time during the previous administration and today they are being delivered because there is a provincial government present, which provides support and accompaniment “.
“I am happy because we are delivering these houses in the conditions that our neighbors deserve, with sewers, gas and drinking water,” he added.
Each family received native plants and, at the initiative of the Cultural Institute, a kit that includes paintings with replicas of different works of art, curated by the Emilio Petorutti Provincial Museum of Fine Arts and libraries with books purchased from more than 50 independent publishers. The copies were donated by the Human Rights Secretariat of the Province, editions of the Editorial of the National University of La Plata, classics and collections such as “New Narratives” of the Ediciones Bonaerenses seal.
Also present were the Minister of Government, Cristina Alvarez Rodriguez; and the Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Julius Alak; the president of the Buenos Aires Cultural Institute, Florence Saintout, Chief of Advisors to the Governor, Charles White; the provincial senator, Alfred Fisher; the Buenos Aires deputy Lucia Ianez and his pair Carlos Moreno; the mayors of Las Flores, Alberto Gelene; by Colonel SuarezRicardo Mocero; of Mount Beautiful, Mark Fernandez; of Laprida, Paul Torres; and from Tres Lomas, George Carrera.