Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — Mayor Atenea Gómez Ricalde says hurdles have been overcome that will allow for the construction of Plaza Cívica Ejidatarios. She made the announcement after stressing her commitment to rescue Ciudad Mujeres from years of neglect.
Early in her administration takeover, she proposed the creation of Plaza Cívica Ejidatarios, a project that will be built on two donated properties.
Through a press release, she said the land, which was donated by the Ejidatarios of Isla Mujeres, will see the construction of Plaza Cívica Ejidatarios built in Ciudad Mujeres to benefit children and young people of Rancho Viejo.
“This civic and recreational plaza is a proposal that is first offered to the owners of the land, which is why I am here today at the assembly of the Ejido, to present the project and put it for your consideration,” said the mayor.
She said the project have a great social impact, which when built, will promote a better quality of life for families in Rancho Viejo, which for many years, has remained abandoned and without public recreation spaces.
During the assembly, Atenea Gómez Ricalde presented the project that will cover an area of 4,260 square meters, divided across the two donated properties.
The plaza will consist of an administrative building, parking lot, civic plaza, central sculpture, bicycle path, kiosk, playgrounds for children, recreational areas, green areas and bathrooms, she said. There was no word on a start date for the construction of the project.