Sibanicú, Camagüey, Oct 19.- Up to district 34 in the community known as México, north of the municipality of Sibanicú, the Integrated Community Work “We are Continuity” arrived to enable the meeting local authorities.
With the participation of the First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party (PCC) in the province, Ariel Santana Santisteban, and the governor Yosely Góngora López, the progress of the maintenance actions in the winery, the “Mario Muñoz Monroy” school, the playground, the aqueduct tank, several houses and the social circle of that town.
Likewise, the work in the bathrooms and kitchen of the educational center of that demarcation was recognized and the breakages of the computer equipment were solved.
As part of the exchange, the residents spoke out to improve the functioning of the mass organizations in that instance, which play a decisive role in counteracting social indiscipline.
They also insisted on promoting ornamental plant gardens in homes and institutions in the area, as well as volunteering.
For his part, Góngora López insisted on the importance of finding solutions to satisfy basic needs, mainly in the 40 homes with dirt floors.
Likewise, the commitment of the Basic Unit of Cooperative Production (UBPC) "Combate de México" was ratified with the planting of seven hectares in its productive pole for the development of various crops, one of them for cassava and six for beans.
In addition, they undertook to achieve the planned 16 hectares of plantain, the completion of the livestock module, the repair of the road to Concepción and comply with the food and milk production plans.
The aforementioned UBPC also granted a monetary stimulus to the Secretariat of the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) in Camagüey for supporting community factors, and several neighbors of the mass organizations were recognized for the effective preparation of the community meeting.
In the final minutes, Santana Santisteban emphasized the essential of increasing food production with the promotion of various crops and milk production, strategic sectors in the region. (Text and photos: Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero / Radio Cadena Agramonte)