The Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation KSAMC project to transform viagra women downtown into a cultural district will be expanded during Reggae Month in February.
The initiative, which involves infrastructure and beautification works, aims to highlight the country’s iconic musical heritage while creating a space for recreation.
It includes the renovation of roadways, sidewalk improvement and drainage works and the mounting of murals that tell stories of the country’s musical past.
Mayor of Kingston, Senator Councillor Delroy Williams, at the Reggae Month Church Service held on Sunday, informed that the project will be expanded along Mark Lane, where murals have been painted and paving stones laid, along with sections of Orange, Charles and Beeston Streets.
Mayor Williams said infrastructure works will also be undertaken on sections of Church Street, from Barry Street to Ocean Boulevard.
Reggae Month is observed in cialis generic sale February each year to highlight and celebrate the impact of the musical genre.