Thursday 16 September 2021

3 Months To Fix The Stadium Roof!

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The Municipalidad de San José on Tuesday began the clean up of the area of the National Stadium roof damaged during the fireworks display Sunday night.

A section of the roof of the western sector of the stadium caught fire during the opening of the uegos Deportivos Centroamericanos 2013 (2013 Central American Games).

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According to municipal officials, the temporary fix will be done before the end of the month, but it will be three months before the permanent repairs will be completed.

The delay is due to the lack of material and money to buy the original plates in which the muni will be seeking a donation from the central goverment.

Municipal officials assure that the entire process will be documented and the costs will be covered by the insurance policy of the company hired for the fireworks display.

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