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More than 1 billion rubles were directed to targeted investment projects in Khabarovsk

More than 1 billion rubles were directed to targeted investment projects in Khabarovsk
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More than one billion rubles were directed to targeted investment projects in Khabarovsk. This year, this list includes 59 objects, where 505,7 million rubles were invested from the city budget and 510,9 from the regional budget.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the Khabarovsk administration, in ten months the construction of facilities included in the list of targeted investment projects was completed for more than 554 million rubles. Most of the funds were spent on the purchase of comfortable residential premises in municipal ownership for the resettlement of citizens from emergency housing - 231,8 million rubles, on the second stage of expansion and reconstruction of the sewage system - 40,3 million rubles, on the construction of a school in the Stroitel microdistrict - 45,1, 6,7 million rubles, to connect the Yubileiny microdistrict to the city sewerage system - 70 million rubles. More than XNUMX million rubles were spent on the construction of road network facilities within the boundaries of Pavel Morozov - Bus - Vladivostok highway.

From January to November, 430,2 million rubles were financed from the city budget under the item “Capital investments,” including 279,2 million rubles from higher budgets, and almost 151 million rubles from the local budget.

The Department of Architecture, Construction and Land Use has developed a draft amendment to the list of targeted investment projects for the current and planning period of 2022-2023 in terms of reducing the 2021 budgetary allocation limit for capital construction projects for actual need. The project is being approved.

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