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13/06/2018 18h06 - Updated 16/06/2018 15h21

By: Municipal Communication
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The Manaus Prefecture launched on 11/06 a great way recovery project throughout the city: Summer Works Plan. altogether, 10 receive thousand streets resurfacing services, stop-gap and drainage, among other actions. In addition to these pathways begin to be recovered, others 3 thousand have already received city hall works this year.

The plan is part of a series of municipal management initiatives to improve urban mobility and solve the road network problems that hinder the transit and the movement of vehicles and pedestrians around the city.

By the end of the Summer Works, They will be invested R $ 320 million from the collection of municipal taxes, as the property tax and urban land (Iptu), Tax on Transfer of Real Estate (ITBI) and Service Tax (ISS).

In addition to the recovery loop, There are roads that will receive works in the median with landscaping projects and also the exchange of fixtures on poles by LED. Elsewhere, when necessary, the work will be complemented with deep drainage and surface.

One of the first neighborhoods to receive concentrated efforts within the Summer Works plan is the Great Victory, in the East, including Gilberto Mestrinho communities, City of the East and the Commonwealth of stones. altogether, 60 streets in the area should receive intervention.

parallel, City Hall will be working in teams Shangrilá, New city, St. Joseph, Ball Producer, Rua Carvalho Leal, in Cachoeirinha, and Avenue Itacolomy, no Armando Mendes, and the return of Ponta Negra.
The action has 600 men divided into teams and working day and night in different parts of the city. To strengthen the framework of workers who will make up the Summer Works teams, City Hall held a selection process and has called on 100 the 1st selected.

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