The National Institute of Drinking Water and Sewage (inapa) left this Thursday the construction work of the San José de Ocoa-Sabana Larga Multiple Aqueduct.
He said that the work will cost more than RD$804,404,026.15.
Wellington Arnaudexecutive director of the entity, pointed out that the entity began “the definitive solution of drinking water in the province of San José de Ocoa,” according to a press release from the institution.
He stated that the project had been budgeted by the previous authorities at a cost of around RD$2,500,000,000, however, with an investment of RD$804,404,026.15, “This government is going to carry out this important work, whose source will be the Nizao River.”
He explained that the work will improve the quality of life of more than 65,000 inhabitants.
The governor of the province, Josefa Oliva Castillo; the mayors Aneudy Ortiz, from San José de Ocoa; Milton Brea, from Sabana Larga, and José Morfa, from Nizao.
Also, the deputy Yari Encarnación and the businessman José González.