The Centrosur Electrical company will begin work this week to place a high voltage (22,000 volt) transmission line underground. This line runs from the electric substation in Luis Cordero and Muñoz Vernaza, to the Visorrey station, close to the Driver’s Syndicate gas station (on Las Americas, close to the entrance to the Industrial Park). The estimated cost for the project is $1.02 million. The works will extend for 2 miles and will follow a path from Muñoz Vernaza street to Antonio Borrero. It will then make its way to Heroes de Verdeloma, near Manuel J. Calle school and move over…
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