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Three years of shortage of the new budget of Yakutsk

At a joint meeting of the budget committee of the State Assembly (Il Tumen) and the Yakutsk City Duma, a draft of the main financial document of the capital of the republic, Yakutsk, was considered.

The project was presented by Alena Neustroeva, head of the regional administration's finance department. This is planned to be approved on December 22 - said Pavel Petrov, chairman of the permanent committee of the City Duma on budgetary and economic policy.

In 2015, the revenue side of the budget of the capital of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) will amount to 11 billion 477 million rubles, the expenditure side - 11 billion 996 million rubles. Thus, the budget deficit of Yakutsk for 2015 will amount to 519 million rubles.

In 2016, the budget for Yakutsk plans to receive revenues of 11 billion 421 million rubles and expenses in 11 billion 982 million rubles. The budget deficit in 2016 will be 561 million rubles.

In 2017, revenues are planned to be 11 billion 953 million rubles and expenses in 12 billion 568 million rubles, Yakutsk budget deficit this year will be 615 million rubles

In general, judging by the declared amounts, the revenues and expenditures of the budget for three years will not undergo significant changes.

The meeting also touched upon problem areas of the region's development. In particular, the problem of "overpopulation" of schools in the capital. To organize the education of children in one shift, the city needs 48 new schools, in two shifts - 20 schools. Other important problems were the resettlement of citizens from dilapidated housing, the repair of the roadway and the lack of land in the city to provide large families with land.

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