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The government of the Magadan Region intends to resettle the residents of the emergency and dilapidated housing ahead of schedule

According to the press service of the government of the Magadan region, the regional government intends to resettle residents of emergency and dilapidated housing two years ahead of schedule. According to the governor Vladimir Pecheny: “There are about 20 thousand square meters left. meters of housing, which is recognized as emergency. Of course, it is necessary to resettle faster than it was determined by the plan until 2017. The resettlement program from dilapidated and dilapidated housing in the Magadan region should be closed in 2015. I think that this task is quite real for us, and I hope that we will receive additional funds from the fund for assisting the reform of housing and communal services in order to fulfill this task in a shorter time frame. "

He clarified that in 2014 to solve this problem, about 13 thousand square meters will be commissioned. meters of housing. The resettlement program will affect Magadan, Susumansky and Yagodninsky districts. At the same time, the scope of work, planned for 2014, moved to 2013. This is due to the completion of the construction of houses in remote villages of the Magadan region, such as Armand and Gadlya in the Olsky district. In 2013, funds from the state corporation Fund for Assistance to Housing and Utilities Reform were attracted in the amount of 145,47 million rubles, more than 145 million rubles were allocated from the regional budget.

According to the press service of the government of the Magadan region, the regional government intends to resettle residents of emergency and dilapidated housing two years ahead of schedule. According to the governor Vladimir Pecheny: “There are about 20 thousand square meters left. meters of housing, which is recognized as emergency. Of course, it is necessary to resettle faster than it was determined by the plan until 2017. The resettlement program from dilapidated and dilapidated housing in the Magadan region should be closed in 2015. I think that this task is quite real for us, and I hope that we will receive additional funds from the fund for assisting the reform of housing and communal services in order to fulfill this task in a shorter time frame. "

He clarified that in 2014 to solve this problem, about 13 thousand square meters will be commissioned. meters of housing. The resettlement program will affect Magadan, Susumansky and Yagodninsky districts. At the same time, the scope of work, planned for 2014, moved to 2013. This is due to the completion of the construction of houses in remote villages of the Magadan region, such as Armand and Gadlya in the Olsky district. In 2013, funds from the state corporation Fund for Assistance to Housing and Utilities Reform were attracted in the amount of 145,47 million rubles, more than 145 million rubles were allocated from the regional budget.

According to the press service of the government of the Magadan region, the regional government intends to resettle residents of emergency and dilapidated housing two years ahead of schedule. According to the governor Vladimir Pecheny: “There are about 20 thousand square meters left. meters of housing, which is recognized as emergency. Of course, it is necessary to resettle faster than it was determined by the plan until 2017. The resettlement program from dilapidated and dilapidated housing in the Magadan region should be closed in 2015. I think that this task is quite real for us, and I hope that we will receive additional funds from the fund for assisting the reform of housing and communal services in order to fulfill this task in a shorter time frame. "

He clarified that in 2014 to solve this problem, about 13 thousand square meters will be commissioned. meters of housing. The resettlement program will affect Magadan, Susumansky and Yagodninsky districts. At the same time, the scope of work, planned for 2014, moved to 2013. This is due to the completion of the construction of houses in remote villages of the Magadan region, such as Armand and Gadlya in the Olsky district. In 2013, funds from the state corporation Fund for Assistance to Housing and Utilities Reform were attracted in the amount of 145,47 million rubles, more than 145 million rubles were allocated from the regional budget.

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