Hialeah received $8 million in federal funds to secure two major projects in the city that will improve road safety and street and sewer drainage.

The city’s mayor, Esteban Bovo, said that with this injection of capital “the environment is created to be able to accept new businesses. Expansion or investment in a new business is very much linked to the water capacity ” places.

This work should impact nearly two-thirds of the city of Hialeah, according to the mayor during a press conference which took place on Thursday.

These funds will be used for street and gutter revitalization, as well as stormwater mitigation projects for the City. The project includes the construction of sidewalks and high-efficiency lamps.

Congressman Mario Díaz-Balart, a prominent member of the House Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development, and City Mayor Esteban Bovo are working together to achieve results that have an impact on the Hialeah community.

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