Rains in recent days benefit Florida reservoirs

Florida, June 13.- Muñoz Dam, the largest reservoir in the municipality of Florida, significantly increased its volume of stored water after the rains of the trough that during this weekend caused flooding in areas of the different cardinal points of the territory .

As reported by the municipal Civil Defense Department, at the close of this Sunday the Muñoz accumulated some 70 million cubic meters of water, a figure that represents more than 70 percent of its filling capacity.

Before the incidence of the rains of the valley on the territory, the Muñoz, accumulated water only in 30 percent of its extensive storage area, so that during this weekend it is estimated that it received more than 40 million meters cubic of liquid.

Due to the runoff that still occurs in this territory and the rainfall that may occur during the rainy season, the Muñoz Dam could continue to approach its maximum capacity, which is very beneficial for agricultural producers, especially those who grow rice in the southern part of the municipality.

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Licenciado en Estudios Socioculturales en la Universidad de Camagüey. Diplomado en Periodismo. Trabaja como periodista en Radio Florida desde el año 2014 atendiendo sectores como el Poder Popular, Defensa Civil, el INDER, entre otros. Contactos; Twitter: @yuniersolerc Facebook: Yunier Soler Castellanos Blog personal: miopticablog.wordpress.com

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