CORE TARAPACÁ APPROVED MORE THAN 2,800 MILLION FOR EXPANSION OF THE MAHO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA SYSTEM – Vilas Radio

CORE TARAPACÁ APPROVED MORE THAN 2,800 MILLION FOR EXPANSION OF THE MAHO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA SYSTEM – Vilas Radio
CORE TARAPACÁ APPROVED MORE THAN 2,800 MILLION FOR EXPANSION OF THE MAHO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA SYSTEM – Vilas Radio

The resources, provided by the Regional Government of Tarapacá, were approved in the IX Plenary Session of the Regional Council and will be used to finance the project to expand the television surveillance camera system of the Municipality of Alto Hospicio.

The mayor, Patricio Ferreira, highlighted the unanimous approval of the project, which consists of the installation of 110 additional security cameras to those already operational, “which allows new strategic points to be enabled for the existing surveillance system in the commune,” they indicated in the Municipality’s social networks.

Ferreira commented to the Regional Council that “the approval of resources for this project constitutes a great benefit for the hospice families; he also valued the important work carried out by the municipal technical team that allowed favorable results to be obtained for the proposal presented.”

The total investment considers 2,835 million and the cameras will be placed in strategic sectors of Alto Hospicio, considering the growth that the commune has experienced, which makes it require more and better security.

 
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