San Estevan’s New Concrete Road Print
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Thursday, 13 June 2013 00:00

San Estevan being concretedThe upgrading of streets using concrete has become contagious in Belize after Mayor Darrell Bradley proved that the paving of streets in such a manner is viable. That contagion has now spread all the way up north to San Estevan village where the residents there are now enjoying the use of a new concrete road which was built through the efforts of the UDP Caretaker in the Orange Walk Central Constituency, Denny Grijalva and the UDP candidates for the upcoming village council elections.

According to Grijalva, the road was in a terrible state and residents of the area asked that he and his village council team do something about it, and they did. Work on the street began just over a month ago and now the entire stretch has been completed. This is just one of a number of pledges that the UDP village council slate made to the village of San Estevan, and even before being elected to office they have proven that they have the capacity to deliver.

It is no wonder that the PUP cannot find candidates to run against such an energized group of councilors who represent the UDP. Conventional thinking these days is that for the first time the UDP will hold the village council of San Estevan after they go in uncontested.