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The head of Primorye: it is necessary to actively vote for the objects of improvement

The head of Primorye: it is necessary to actively vote for the objects of improvement
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The head of Primorye Oleg Kozhemyako urged to actively vote for the improvement objects in the region. He asked the heads of municipalities to involve residents in online voting.

According to the press service of the regional government, the all-Russian vote for amenities will take place from April 26 to May 30. All residents over 14 years old will be able to take part in it. Citizens will choose parks, streets, viewpoints or embankments in their settlement, which will be landscaped at the expense of the budget in 2022.

As Oleg Kozhemyako noted, by September 1 in the region it is necessary to solve all the primary tasks for the formation of a comfortable urban environment - to select contractors who can do the work efficiently and on time. A clear work schedule and control over their execution will allow to administer the process of creating a comfortable urban environment in Primorye.

He added that all public spaces for improvement should be selected only together with residents. The active involvement of citizens in the voting process will ensure support at the federal level.

“It is important for the population to understand that, taking into account their opinion, landscaping is being done, this or that object is being reconstructed, benches are being installed, lighting is being carried out on the street. Therefore, it is necessary to involve people in online voting for improvement objects, ”he stressed.

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