The re-asphalting of Cuenca streets continues, allowing the city to make use of newly acquired machinery and its new asphalt plant. The re-asphalting of Victor Manuel Albornoz and Ricardo Darquea avenues in the Puertas del Sol neighborhood was finished in December . Beginning this month, workers and machinery from the new asphalt plant have been working to remove layers of old asphalt on Calle Alfonso Vicuña in preparation of laying down a fresh layer. Cuenca Director of Public Works, Jorge Ochoa, reports that city crews continue work on other streets, including Jose Astudillo Ortega, Manuel Quito, Luis Acosta, Ramona Cordero…
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