Nagua, Dominican Republic.- President Danilo Medina cut the ribbons on 34 works at several towns of Maria Trinidad Sanchez province, as part of his promises during his surprise visits on Sundays.
The works include roads, streets, a hospital, a baseball field and a church, in addition to a plant to process oregano, repairs to the Nagua, El Helechal and Baqui river channels, to benefit more than 4,000 farmers.
Medina arrived by helicopter at Arroyo al Medio where he inaugurated a modern baseball field, the remodeling of a Catholic Church, the Nagua-Arroyo al Medio and the bridge over the Boba river.
Public Works minister Gonzalo Castillo said 28 infrastructure projects will have a positive economic and socially impact on the town of Nagua.
Dominican Agrarian Institute director Radhamés Valenzuela said 288 kilometers of irrigation canals were rebuilt and the province’s major rivers were rechanneled.
Medina also cut the ribbon to inaugurate a seaside avenue (Malecon) at the nearby municipality of Cabrera.