The Mayor of Valencia began this week, the rehabilitation of the public squares of the municipality within the framework of the celebration of the Bicentennial of the Battle of Carabobo.
Marlene Arcila, president of the Institute of Urban Development of the Center of Valencia (Induval), specified that the recovery plan includes, in a first stage, five squares of the emblematic Colombia Street, located in the center of the capital city of Carabobo.
He pointed out that the recreational spaces that are being renovated are Negro Primero, Páez, La Glorieta, Rómulo Gallegos and 5 de Julio.
He stressed that the crews of the Valencia Mayor's Office work in painting, lighting, playgrounds, playgrounds and decoration.
The official recalled that most of these squares have been targeted by vandalism: "The square of Negro Primero and Páez, for example, was vandalized with the breaking of the marble plaque, the damage to the bust and the theft of lighting", commented.
He also assured that it is expected to build an area for the elderly, traditional games and install new banks. In addition to placing colored reflectors, new tiles and general sanitation.