Baracoa receives new mini-industries as birthday presents
The Vialla micro-dam and several mini-food production industries of economic and social impact that raise the quality of life of the inhabitants and the provision of services were inaugurated today in greeting to the 509th anniversary of the first Cuban town, Nuestra Señora de la Asunción de Baracoa.
In the interest of food sustainability, the agricultural sector and the Baramar Base Business Unit prepared a pond that is fed by the Vialla River and the runoff from mountain elevations in the community of Consolación, belonging to the Mosquitero Popular Council.
Alis Torres Blancas, vice governor of the province of Guantánamo; Giannys Paján Cobas, First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba in this municipality; Luis Sánchez Rodríguez, President of the People's Power Assembly at the same level and other political and governmental directors of the territory also attended the occasion.
The participants on the tour learned that the micro-dam has an area of 13 hectares and when water levels allow it, 40 thousand young fish will be grown, while a comprehensive program for reforestation and animal husbandry plus an ecological tourism project are added.
For the diversification of food production and the rational use of agricultural fruits, in the 68 Aniversario Basic Unit of Cooperative Production (UBPC) of Mosquitero, they also inaugurated a reference mini-industry for the elaboration of food based on what is harvested in that form of production.
Other small factories, with the same purpose, were opened at the José Maceo and the Wilber Galano UBPCs, in Jamal and San Luis respectively, which like the 68 Aniversario, create points of sale, generate new jobs and favor the delivery of food to the town.
Another place inaugurated this Friday was Aromás, a mini-industry for the artisanal preparation of cocoa-derived products, located in the rear area of the administrative building of the Agroforestry and Coconut Company, on 1ro de Abril street.
During the exchange with the work teams, Giannys Paján Cobas referred to the need to extend the experiences of small factories to other forms of production, due to the efficiency in food preparation.
The Plaza Hotel, which is also part of the projects for local development and is subject to renovation and repair for months, reopened its doors to the service with an increase in its housing capacity, the installation of solar heaters and the offer of 37 varieties of typical meals.
On the other hand, an extra effort by the workers of the local Basic Electricity Organization ensured the completion of the maintenance and revitalization of the Moa-Baracoa double circuit line, which guarantees the stability of the electricity service in Baracoa and Maisí.
Luis Sánchez Rodríguez, president of the People's Power Municipal Assembly, congratulated each worker who, in greeting to the town's 509th birthday, contributed to the existence of the aforementioned mini-industries, which are already part of the self-sufficiency program of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción.
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