- The district has decided not to hold large celebrations during its festivities in honor of San Carlos Borromeo
- Redován also suspended several acts after the September floods, which claimed the life of one of its neighbors
The neighborhood of San Carlos will not hold major events during its festivities next November in honor of San Carlos Borromeo. This was communicated by its district mayor, Encarna García, after a meeting with the neighbors. “This decision has been taken as a gesture of solidarity with the municipality of Redován,” said the mayor, “a town that had to suspend its management holidays due to flooding last September, in which a neighbor tragically lost his life ”.
For these reasons, it has been decided to carry out only with the religious acts, such as the Rosary of the Aurora, mass and procession in honor of San Carlos, which will take place on Sunday, November 17.
The residents of this district of Redován have also decided to dedicate the rest of the holiday budget to help and fix the damages caused by DANA in this municipality.
“We want to thank this gesture that the neighbors of the district of San Carlos have wanted to have with the victims of the “Cold Drop”” said Nely Ruiz, mayor of Redován. “This is a sample of a union that has always existed among our neighbors and, after the recent floods, which have caused so much damage between us, it is even stronger,” he added.