29-09-2019 by redazione
In Swahili people say "kazi na endelea" which could be equivalent to the international "work in progress", if not that the real "to be continued..." was certainly invented by an African.
In any case, what a few days ago the company that was awarded the contract for the renovation of part of the streets of Malindi, the most "tanned" is actually keeping its promise to start to cover all the potholes that were creating problems to the road system and even some accidents, and then reasphalted everything. A first (convincing) test was offered a few days ago to the Marine Park, now we wait for the new road, efficient and durable, to cover the entire stretch funded by the County of Kilifi, or from the Post Office to Navy, beyond the Marine Park precisely.
In the last two days the trucks with the asphalt and the levelling machines have moved from the Coral Key towards Baobab, patching up the entire route and also the way of the new Court. Yesterday also began the excavations of the abysses of the seafront: the widest and deepest have been covered with coral stones and will be cemented, before the final passage of the asphalt. This stretch will be the one that will require more time and resources, we really hope that the latter will not fail and will not be given in hiccups.
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