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In Valle Hermoso the governor inaugurates works and supervises actions of Unidos por Tamaulipas

As part of his work tour in the municipality, he also supervised the actions that respond to the different needs of public services.


March 28 of 2019

Valle Hermoso, Tamaulipas.- Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, inaugurated in this municipality the modernization of the Avenida "Lázaro Cárdenas", infrastructure that will improve the road connectivity of thousands of users who daily transit through this artery and supervised work of the Unidos por Tamaulipas project, integral plan to elevate the quality of life of the Tamaulipecos and improve the urban image and the development of cities.

The remodeling and expansion of the Lázaro Cárdenas avenue required an investment of more than 18 million pesos.

The works consisted of recarpeteo and milling, horizontal and vertical signaling, ornamentation and placement of palms in central median in addition to posts and luminaries.

"Today, we are inaugurating a work that is helping to change the face of this municipality, here in Boulevard Lázaro Cárdenas," the governor said, adding that actions such as this are the result of the union of efforts, capacities and political will.

Later, accompanied by the mayor Gerardo Aldape Ballesteros, the Governor moved to the Buena Vista neighborhood, where he supervised cleaning, patching, paving, actions of the Unidos por Tamaulipas plan, which is carried out hand in hand with the citizens, municipalities and 17 dependencies of the State Government.

"United by Tamaulipas, comes here also to Valle Hermoso, we will work hand in hand with (the mayor) Gerardo, we will join efforts, we will join resources, we will pave, we will bump streets, we will paint houses, we will help our schools, together we will do more for Valle Hermoso, "said the president, before men and women at the start of this program.

This plan helps to restore the social fabric as a priority for the development and growth of Tamaulipas.

The actions of this plan include cleaning the main avenues, rescuing public spaces and paving, recarpeting major avenues, as well as painting homes, all aimed at improving the urban image of cities.

He also delivered an Ambulance to the General Hospital of this city, to attend to any emergency situation.

Víctor Manuel Sáenz Martínez, head of the Governor's Office, attended this work tour; Rómulo Garza Martínez, in charge of the office of the Secretary of Social Welfare; Francisco Javier Martínez Pereyda, Commander of the 8o. Motorized Cavalry Regiment; Eduardo Gómez Leal, Undersecretary of Planning of the Secretariat of Public Works, among others.

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