Members of the Caracas Government Action Squads were deployed in the Antímano parish to clean up the “Montalbancito” and “La Grama” streams, which were in poor condition due to the accumulation of solid waste.
Workers from this office, with the help of shovels and brooms, carried out the cleaning of the aforementioned streams, to allow a correct and adequate flow of clean water, according to information published by the Cabinet of Public Services, Infrastructure and Roads of the District Capital, through social networks.
On May 24, the cleaning and maintenance of the “La Represa” ravine was carried out, in the Antímano parish, which has an extension of six and a half kilometers to El Junquito; work that benefited more than three thousand families.
It is worth noting that these tasks are carried out under the guidance and supervision of Mayor A/J Carmen Meléndez and the Head of Government of the Capital District, Nahum Fernández, in charge of maintaining each space in the capital city in optimal conditions for the enjoyment and healthy recreation of the population of Caracas.
The Action Squads of the Government of Caracas carried out uncovering work in the “La Grama” ravine of the Antímano parish.
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