City of Puebla. – The government of Puebla improves public spaces to strengthen social coexistence in all areas of the entity and to generate habits such as the practice of sports, said Governor Sergio Salomón.
Presiding over the start of the rehabilitation of Parque del Arte, the Chief of Executive remarked that his administration takes responsibility for maintaining places like this park, so that families have a safe place where they can breathe and walk in peace. Can
He said that the current government that he leads invests public resources honestly and also benefits the children and youth, as they are the future of Puebla and the country.
Sergio Salomón reiterated the call from different sectors of society to contribute to creating a community and Puebla in which people live peacefully as a family and encourage the practice of some discipline.
The Government of Puebla created better conditions for social welfare: infrastructure
The Secretary of Infrastructure, Luis Roberto Tenorio García, commented that the rehabilitation at Parque del Arte would entail an investment of 31.3 million pesos. Among the works to be carried out, he said, would be the improvement of the lake, electrical installations, outdoor works and parking; Interventions on athletics and jogging tracks, football and basketball fields, as well as outdoor infrastructure: gym, walkway, barbecue grill and minigolf.
He remarked that the current government of Sergio Salomon generates better conditions of social welfare and happiness for the athletes, walkers and families living in the park.
In turn, Puebla’s municipal president, Eduardo Rivera Pérez, recognized Governor Sergio Salomon for promoting works to improve public spaces in the municipality. He reiterated his administration’s willingness to assist the state in initiatives that strengthen healthy coexistence.
While the mayor of San Andrés Cholula, Edmundo Taltehui Persino, considered that the rehabilitation of Parque del Arte promotes the practice of sports and generates benefits for the residents of other municipalities.