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A new project has been implemented in the Khabarovsk Territory in the framework of supporting public initiatives

The Khabarovsk Territory continues to implement a program to support local initiatives. In the village of Poletnoye district of Lazo, a solemn opening of the sports and playground was held, which was built in the framework of the program. This is the eighth similar project implemented by the Ministry of Economic Development and External Relations of the Khabarovsk Territory in conjunction with the administrations of 11 rural settlements in Khabarovsk, Vyazemsky, Lazo and Bikinsky districts, the press service of the regional government reports.

The program of support of local initiatives is aimed at the development of social infrastructure in municipalities. Residents of rural settlements who participate in the program in 2014 year themselves come out with proposals for the construction or reconstruction of an object and undertake to collect at least 1% of the required amount. Another 5% is allocated by the administration of the rural settlement. Projects are considered by the regional commission, after which a decision is taken to co-finance from the regional budget.

Residents of the village of Poletnoye at the general meeting agreed that they need to build a site where both children and adults can play and play sports. In total, dozens of sports structures were installed on the site in 1200 square meters.

The cost of the facility was about 2 million rubles, of which 1,6 million is transferred from the regional budget. The remaining funds were collected by residents (about 200 thousand rubles) and allocated from the budget of the Poletnensky rural settlement (215 thousand rubles).

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