Edesur illuminates Barahona’s tourist boardwalk
The electric company Edesur reported that it illuminated Enriquillo Avenue, known as the Barahona tourist boardwalk, to contribute to citizen security and beautify this strategic area of this important southern province. The company’s general administrator, Milton Morrison, said that these works were carried out in conjunction with the city’s mayor’s office, headed by Míctor Fernández, who had requested the lighting.
He explained that they plan to carry out other lighting projects in Barahona and continue working hand in hand with the mayor.
He explained that the lighting of the boardwalk was executed along the two lanes that make up Enriquillo Avenue, to raise the level of security of those who use the road and contribute to the development of community activities, and festivals, typical of this era.
When the federal government recently announced it is rehabilitating its Hotel Guarocuya into a tourism school it is seemingly reasonable to think it was suggested to Edesur to improve lighting along its avenue. The mayor wants to obtain some good media attention by saying he was instrumental with the request for the lighting. We don’t know who instrumental first, the federal gov’t or the mayor. The street having good lighting is a benefit for everybody.