The Government, through the Unidad Técnica Ejecutora de Titulación de Terrenos del Estado (UTECT) and the Dirección General de Bienes Nacionales, started the first stage of the technical, legal and social work in the municipality of Neiba, Bahoruco province, to deliver 3,000 certificates of title to benefit 12,000 people, occupants of houses, lots and plots of land.
The executive director of UTECT, Duarte Méndez Peña, reiterated that President Luis Abinader is committed so that the most needy obtain their title certificates free of charge, highlighting that the land to be titled will triple in value.
“The titling project will be executed in parcels 1192 and 2519 of Cadastral District No. 04; benefiting the sectors of Brisas del Norte, Las Filipinas, Las Malvinas, Coronel Francisco Alberto Caamaño and Los Cocos, of the municipality of Neiba in the Bahoruco province,” said Méndez.
The official introduced the surveyor Fernando Minyetti, who is in charge of all the logistics of the land survey works and pointed out that the brigades will be properly identified, so that no one can cheat in the titling process, since all the works are free, because they are covered by the Dominican State.
Meanwhile, Eliferbo Herasme, executive director of the Technical Executing Unit of Agroforestry Development Projects (UTEPDA), in offering the words of welcome, said that today hope comes to the municipality of Neiba.
“Today fills us with satisfaction, because I know that what is going to start today here in our town will mark a before and after, as has happened in other parts of the DR,” said Herasme.
Abraham Suero Jiménez, manager of the CEA in the province of Bahoruco, who spoke on behalf of the general director of National Assets and the State Sugar Council, Rafael Burgos Gómez, highlighted the impact of the number of titles that the President of the Republic, Luis Abinader, has delivered.
The launching ceremony of the titling process in Neiba was attended by Guillermo Lama, executive assistant of the National Health Service (SNS); Emily Vásquez, representative of the provincial governor’s office; Yadel Suberví; Juan Bolívar Cuevas and José Santos Manzueta, among other personalities.