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Without funds from the national government, the Roca Sewer Master Plan was also paralyzed

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Without funds from the national government, the Roca Sewer Master Plan was also paralyzed

Not only are the works tendered by municipalities or provinces with national financing stopped. In the last few hours it was learned that projects completely managed by the Nation are also paralyzed, such as the Roca Sewage Drain Master Plan.

“They notified us that this work is also paralyzed and that the workers lose their income from work,” reported the mayor, María Emilia Soria, during her opening messages for sessions, last Friday.

The Sewer Master Plan It was tendered almost two years ago, on April 6, 2022, in Buenos Aires.

The project was approved by the National Water Works and Sanitation Entity (Enohsa) and was developed within the framework of the PAyS II program, representing an investment of $2,600 million and expecting to achieve 100% coverage in the Roca population with the service.

The work to be carried out aimed at the refunctionalization and expansion of the sewage treatment plant, which, given the population increase, became inoperative; the construction of sewage networks in five neighborhoods; construction Repair and construction of new collectors and new lifting stations.

“The tendered project will be in charge of the company Ecosur Bahía SA and includes an execution period of 30 months”, it was indicated at that time.

Soria sat that day at the main table of that event, which was also attended by the then Minister of Public Works of the province, Carlos Valeri, and the then national deputy, Luis Di Giacomo.

Last Friday, the mayor reported on the stoppage of this work within the framework of the demand for the government to send the funds committed by the national State during the previous administration, to execute projects by 4,000 million pesos.

The president said that there was nine stopped workswhich prevented 318 city workers from working.

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