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The first stage of optimizing the management structure of the city began in Khabarovsk

This was announced by Khabarovsk mayor Alexander Sokolov. At the first stage, instead of the last 15 years of the districts, there will be a restoration of power structures that govern the Khabarovsk districts: instead of four committees for managing the districts, five committees for managing the districts will be created.

As the mayor assures, the increase in the number of officials this will not entail, and even vice versa: "If before a specialist led one or two questions, now he will lead a whole group."

The next stage will be optimization of several more units of the mayoralty, first of the Department of Architecture and Urban Development in connection with the latest changes in land legislation, then the Department of Municipal Property due to changes in the volume of workload, and finally - the social block.

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