President Luis Abinader and Mayor Manuel Jimenez supervised the installations of the debris dump that the Santo Domingo East City Hall is converting into the largest urban ecological park in the Dominican Republic.
This Saturday, Mayor Manuel Jimenez presented to the President the green areas that will soon be available for the enjoyment of the families of Santo Domingo East.
The rubble deposit is located in the environmental liability left by the old caliche mine of San Isidro-El Bonito, and has an estimated area of 673,000 square meters.
“It has been a great Saturday. We visited with the president the environmental liability that we will turn into the first urban ecological park in the DR. He asked a specific question: will the family be able to visit and recreate? The answer was resounding: yes, president!”, explained Mayor Manuel Jiménez through his social media accounts.
The rubble dump is operating since 2021 and, in addition to an ecological park, it will host cultural contents about the life of the first inhabitants of the Española Island.
In the coming days, the City Council will hold a press conference to announce more details of this important innovation in Santo Domingo East.