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In the Khabarovsk Territory support projects of local initiatives
The Khabarovsk Territory continues to implement a program to support local initiatives. The program is implemented by the Ministry of Economic Development and Foreign Relations of the region in conjunction with the administrations of 13 rural settlements, the press service of the regional administration reports.
One of the most active participants in the project was the administration and residents of the Druzhba village of the Khabarovsk region. Local self-government bodies, together with the population, submitted an application for a competitive selection under the title "House where friendship lives". The essence of the project is to repair the roof and equip the blind area of the building of the cultural center. Several years ago, the roof was damaged, through which a large amount of precipitation fell under the foundation and into the building itself. In winter, the water froze, damaging the walls and foundations. To preserve the house of culture, the villagers voted at a general meeting to overhaul the roof, strengthen the walls and arrange blind areas. The work cost 2,8 million rubles. Most of the funds (2 million rubles) were allocated from the regional treasury. The rest is money of the villagers and the funds of the municipal budget. Participation in the program made it possible to avoid larger costs for the construction of a new building, which were estimated at 30-35 million rubles.
Residents and municipal authorities actively participate in the program to support local initiatives. So, on the eve of the new hockey site in the village of Ilyinka was commissioned. In total, 2014 will complete 11 similar projects in Khabarovsk, Lazo, Bikinsky and Viazemsky districts.
Residents of rural settlements who participate in the Program in 2014, themselves came up with proposals for the construction or reconstruction of an object, and pledged to collect at least 1% of the required amount. Another 5% allocates the administration of a rural settlement. The projects were considered by a special regional commission, after which a decision was made on co-financing from the regional budget.