The head of the CPADP said that the works are scheduled to begin in October of this year and include the renovation of the Sosua detachment, the restoration of the archeological area and the indigenous village, among others.
Dominican Republic – The Presidential Commission for the Support of Provincial Development (CPADP) announced that it will invest more than RD$ 150 million in works of great tourist value in the province of Puerto Plata.
The announcement was made by the president of the CPADP, Angel de la Cruz, during the celebration of the mass of thanksgiving for the 24th anniversary of the institution, in the Cathedral of Santo Domingo.
De la Cruz pointed out that tourism is one of the pillars of the country’s economy and therefore deserves special attention “the bride of the Atlantic is a city full of history that recently received more than 2000 visitors, it must have in optimal conditions the buildings that represent our tradition and culture”, said the official.
The head of the CPADP said that the works are scheduled to begin in October of this year and include the renovation of the Sosua detachment, the restoration of the archaeological area, the indigenous village, the Barco Antiguo block and 17 buildings of the La Isabel Historic Park, as well as the reconstruction of the government offices and parking for immigration management in Luperón.
He added that the institution he directs, from August to date, has inaugurated around 30 security, sports, ecclesiastical, housing and community works in different provinces of the country, with a value of more than RD$ 473 million.
The servant expressed that he feels grateful to be able to direct for the second time this entity that has so much to offer to the Dominican society, with the President of the Republic, Luis Abinader at the head and affirmed that he will work to improve the image of the institution.