translated from Spanish: Morelia City Council opens work in San José garden

Morelia, Michoacán.- Through a statement it has been reported that the City Council of Morelia gave the public the work “Improvement of urban infrastructure and pedestrian accessibility in front of the San José Garden”, which had an investment of 3.6 million federal and municipal resources to benefit 17,000 people.
Morelia City Hall inaugurates garden work in San JoséThe Mayor, Raúl Morón Orozco ensured that the work dynamics will continue and in the second month of this year more works will continue to be inaugurated as a result of the demands, demands and approaches of the people to the City Council, who in the present annuity will re-combine with the actions raised from the municipal administration and the ideas gathered from the meetings held at the end of 2019 with the auxiliary authorities as order managers, heads members of the Community Transformation Committees for the IAP 2020.
In addition, the municipal president, Raúl Morón, stressed that the collapse of vehicular traffic will be a resolved issue with this intervention in the improvement of urban infrastructure and pedestrian accessibility in front of the San José Garden, to give mobility to a site with undamaged history of the historic center. In addition to reiterating that the work carried out used quality materials that give certainty of the durability of the work.
Morelia City Hall inaugurates work in garden of San JoséFor his part, the Secretary of Mobility and Public Space, Antonio Godoy González Vélez, detailed that this building made in the also known as Plaza de Reforma Agraria, is a challenge of every city heritage, to give access to public spaces to the inhabitants of the municipality.
He assured that Morelia developed and adapted with safe crosses so that governments could return calm to neighborhoods like this, the one in San José, which has a temple dating back to the seventeenth century.
Godoy González Vélez stated that this improvement benefits the 35 public transport routes that run in the area, the stops for this system of mass mobility are established, as well as the integration of students and inhabitants of the area into the public space with banks and cycle ports with an investment of 3.6 million pesos, 2.5 million federal resources of Patrimonio Cities and the rest of the Morelia City Council.
Morelia City Hall inaugurates garden work of San JoséA la par, the secretary of Urbanism and Public Works, Mario Rodríguez Loeza, reported that the area was renovated with hydraulic cement of 15 centimeters with porphyry tile finish of 750 square meters, the expansion of sidewalks of 480 square meters, a total intervention of the public space of 1,230 square meters, new pipe, sanitary and storm drainage, care of the underground lighting. As part of the road equipment was installed a bike port, 33 planters with plants, 14 cement benches, 33 bollards (posts), 3 grids for stormwater training.
Finally, the secretary, Rodríguez Loeza, assured that “Morelia is transformed with designs cared for for the mobility and sustainability of the municipality, a beautiful and safe city, with the care of the citizenry on the lookout for every work we do”.
Together, José Avila, a neighbor of the Neighborhood of San José, thanked the municipal president, Raúl Morón, for the work of improving urban infrastructure and pedestrian accessibility, which he said is the basis of Morelia’s progress.

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