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They want to harvest land in the flood zone in the Khabarovsk Territory

They want to harvest land in the flood zone in the Khabarovsk Territory
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About 55% of residential buildings that fall into flood zones in the Khabarovsk Territory were declared unsuitable for living even after the 2013 flood of the year. People received social payments for new housing, but the former remained in their property. Now, regional authorities are proposing changes to the Housing Code of the Russian Federation.

“We offer, after full payments are made, to withdraw the land located in the flooding zone for state and municipal needs, by analogy with the withdrawal in respect of housing recognized as emergency,” Sergei Furgal said at a meeting with the president.

According to the governor, now there is no exact data on the housing affected by the current floods, since the water has not left the house. Preliminary major repairs will be needed for at least 200 residential buildings. About 80 million rubles are needed for work. About 180 individual residential buildings and premises were recognized as emergency; about 400 million rubles will be required for the resettlement of residents.

Now on the Amur River and its tributaries, the water level is steadily declining. According to experts, it will reach long-term average values ​​and will return to the channel by the first decade of October.