Mayor Johana Aranda presented her Development Plan to the Ibagué Council – A La Luz Pública

Mayor Johana Aranda presented her Development Plan to the Ibagué Council – A La Luz Pública
Mayor Johana Aranda presented her Development Plan to the Ibagué Council – A La Luz Pública

The Administration has among its bets 25 macroprojects for the city and an investment budget close to $5 billion in the four-year period.

Mayor Johana Aranda presented to the Municipal Council the draft agreement for the adoption of the ‘Ibagué for All’ Development Plan 2024-2027, which marks the government’s roadmap for the next four years.

“It should be noted that it has a special chapter for our children. In this plan are the dreams of the entire city, of the rural area, of the urban area. A chapter for our women and all the stakes in security, employment and infrastructure,” said the Mayor.

After touring the 13 communes and 17 townships of the capital of Tolima, as well as receiving the opinions of citizens, economic unions and social organizations, the Administration successfully completed the construction of the PDM that the lobbyists will debate in the extraordinary sessions.

“Also, we have an important annex which are the largest projects that we are going to focus on for the next four years. An ambitious plan that has a long-term vision of the city, the one we all dream of,” said the leader of the Ibaguereños.

The Development Plan is the navigation chart that the current Mayor’s Office will have and which contemplates investment in 25 macroprojects, among which the Creative Centers of Knowledge, Casas Rosa, implementation of the SETP, street 103, transversal 94, potentialization of the Perales Airport, among others.

“We want to be an intelligent, transparent and efficient government and many macroprojects are incorporated into this Development Plan and, with which, we will be able to fulfill this approach and these dreams for the right to the city,” explained the Secretary of Planning, Daniela Cabrera. .

With a budget close to five billion for the four-year period, the PDM ‘Ibagué for All’ 2024-2027 is divided into five strategic lines and is committed to 333 goals.

“This is the most social plan of all previous governments and we hope that in the future it will continue to occupy first place with a sum of four billion. The other billion is distributed in different instances, but most of it is destined, almost 90%, to social purposes,” said the Secretary of the Treasury, Ángel María Gómez.

 
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