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Emergency mode introduced in two Yakut villages

Emergency mode introduced in two Yakut villages
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In the villages of Ust-Nera and Artyk of the Oymyakon district, an emergency mode of local significance was introduced. There, at the enterprises that are engaged in the removal of household liquid waste, fuel ran out and a threat of a complete stoppage of work appeared.

The commission of the Ministry of Housing and Public Utilities and Energy of Yakutia decided to provide the Municipal Unitary Enterprise “Hotoy”, where the financial situation is difficult, with a subsidy of 13,7 million rubles. Money will come soon. They will be allocated for reimbursement of lost revenues for the inter-tariff difference arising in connection with the establishment of preferential tariffs without the use of the so-called water balance.

According to the Republican Ministry of Housing and Public Utilities and Energy, there is no septic tank filling now. The administration of the Oymyakon district plans to allocate a subsidy from the municipal reserve fund for the purchase of fuel for the export of liquid waste.

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