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Governor Mauricio Vila supervises reconstruction work on the streets around La Plancha Park

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Governor Mauricio Vila toured the site along with Mayor Renán Barrera

Mérida, Yucatán, July 29, 2023.- Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal launched on this day the work to rebuild the streets around the large La Plancha park, which is being built on the land of the old Mérida railway station, works that will come to complement this important project by improving the flow and roads at this point in the Historic Center of the Yucatecan capital.

Accompanied by the commander of the X Military Region, Major General Homero Mendoza Ruiz, and the mayor of Mérida, Renán Barrera Concha, the Governor also supervised the modernization work of the Yucatán University of the Arts (UNAY), which is also located in the area, a work that is carried out with an economic effort of more than 280 million pesos for the benefit of more than 700 students, which is advancing according to schedule.

The works launched on this day contemplate the reconstruction of more than 1 kilometer of streets through a state investment of 23 million pesos, which will be carried out in sections to avoid affecting traffic.

Regarding these tasks, the director of the Yucatan Highway Infrastructure Institute (INCAY), Sergio Chan Lugo, pointed out that a total of 3 sections of streets will be intervened with their sidewalks on 46th street, 55 between 48 and 46 and 43 between 50 and 48. In this sense, he reported that, in conjunction with the Mérida City Council, a total of 709 surrounding properties will also be intervened.

The works that will be carried out on these roads are cleaning, dismantling, scarifying, placement of the asphalt concrete layer, sidewalks and sidewalks, horizontal and vertical signage, public lighting with an autonomous LED system and storm drainage works.

Subsequently, Vila Dosal made a supervision tour of the modernization works of the UNAY, which are carried out in two main buildings maintaining the current Mexican neocolonial style, in addition to making it more compatible with the specialties that are taught there, for which reason They will use materials that reduce noise pollution and are long-lasting.

Sharing details of the intervention, the director of the Institute for the Development and Certification of the Physical, Educational, and Electrical Infrastructure of Yucatan (Idefeey), Luis Jorge Montalvo Duarte, explained that, in the 48th Street building of “Dance and Theater ” works on a modernization area of ​​more than 2 thousand square meters.

“On the ground floor, 4 practical theater classrooms and 4 more for dance, dressing rooms, toilets and showers, library, cellar, stairs and the work area for teachers are being improved. While on the upper floor, they intervene in stairs, restrooms, theory classrooms, computer room, and the teacher’s work area, “said the state official.

In the presence of the head of the Secretary of Culture and the Arts of Yucatan (Sedeculta), Loreto Villanueva Trujillo, Montalvo Duarte explained that what corresponds to the building on 46th Street “Cinema and Visual Arts”, consists of a modernization surface of more than 5 thousand square meters and will be improved on the ground floor, the engraving, sculpture, action, audiovisual and digital and analog photography workshops with a dark room; 5 classrooms for visual arts, academic area, 2 teachers’ rooms, 4 cinematography classrooms, 3 cinematography editing booths, recording forum, gallery and cafeteria.

Meanwhile, on the upper floor, it will consist of improving the drawing, multimedia, and painting workshops; visual arts library, computer room area, and film library.

It is worth mentioning that UNAY is the leading institution in artistic training in the southeast of Mexico, with its Musical Training Program for girls, boys, and young people; the Bachelor’s Degrees in Musical Arts (with Options in Singing, Composition, Guitar, Instrument, Piano, and Production, and Focuses on Classical or Popular), Visual Arts, Contemporary Dance, Teaching Classical Dance and Theater, and the Master’s Degrees in Arts, Musical Arts, and Stage Direction.

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