Posted: Tuesday, September 26, 2023. 3:37 pm CST.
By Zoila Palma Gonzalez: The Belmopan City Council has partnered with Western Diaries for further development at the Mae Gordon Park.
The Belmopan City Council and Western Diaries signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA).
“This partnership marks an exciting development that will undoubtedly enrich the city’s recreational landscape,” the Belmopan City Council noted.
Through the partnership, Western Diaries has secured the rights to lease a dedicated area within Mae Gordon Park, where they will construct a 35×24 square foot building.
This establishment will serve as a hub for delectable ice cream and a variety of refreshing beverages, catering to the diverse tastes of Belmopan residents and visitors alike.
Western Diaries is committed to contributing positively to the Mae Gordon Park ecosystem.
As part of the agreement, Western Diaries will undertake several initiatives to enhance the park’s ambiance and utility. These enhancements include an upgrade of lights, signs, building an open-air seating area, installing garbage containers, and carrying out family-oriented activities that will increase the number of persons using the park.
It’s important to note that the Belmopan City Council already operates several stalls within Mae Gordon Park.
The council said that the decision to forge this partnership is rooted in a shared vision of development that seeks to uplift the park while preserving its integrity as a beloved community space.
The Council says it believes that this venture will not only add to the city’s recreational options but also stimulate a higher level of activity and engagement within the park, thus benefiting all vendors at the park.
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