can be found at this link. Here is my translation. It is written by EIizabeth Ortega.
Xalapa, Veracruz, 23rd of January 2012
On Friday night, the 20th of January, the municipal president of Xalapa, Elizabeth Morales García supervised the work in the viaduct of Parque Juarez where artists Lucía Purdencio Nuñe and Carlos Daniel Berman Loya were working on the mural called "Fabulous Vegetables".
"I am surprised by the effort and artistic talent of these young graduates of the Universidad Veracruzana. I recognize the effort required to paint this viaduct* since they have to do it late at night in the company of a support team from the municipality which has also commited itself to this grand effort," said the mayor.
She urged citiens not to despair because of the closing of the street during the night.
For his part, Daniel Berman Loya expressed his excitement that he had been the winner with his proposal to paint the "Fabulous Vegetables" on the walls of the viaduct. The medium isa vinyl paint in black, over which, as the final phase, color will be applied.
The interesting thing about this project was, without doubt, to be able to paint something with these dimensions. We are tired but happy and proud that we can see our own work in this part of the city. It generates a number of sensations," he said.
The Municipal President said that with the conclusion of this mural, the cultural patrimony of the city will be increased since it will add to the more than 50 murals which already exist in the city not only enriching the cultural patrimony, but adding to sites of interest to tourists.
"[This is] a city which recognizes in its youth a thriving artistic sensibility to participate in projects of this type. It adds to the attractions we are bringing to fruition for the development of tourism as part of our economic development. The mural from now on will be an obligatory stop for visitors who want to know more about Xalapa," added the mayor.
The mayor urged the citizens not to despair over the closing of the street during the night and furthermore invited families to show their solidarity with the young people who night after night continue with the development of this artistic project of grand dimensions in the city.
*Actually in English I think it would be called a small tunnel or very long underpass since it runs under the park.