Belize City Council aims to pave 90 streets by fiscal year-end for improved infrastructure

Belize City Council aims to pave 90 streets by fiscal year-end for improved infrastructure

The Belize City Council is aiming to pave an estimated ninety streets before the end of its fiscal year. The council has begun to rehabilitate several streets that are in deplorable conditions. The goal of the initiative is to improve the city’s infrastructure to improve the flow of traffic and prevent road traffic incidents. Belize City Mayor, Bernard Wagner, explained that while the project may not be new it is important.

 

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