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In the Khabarovsk Territory, the number of TACs for flood-affected people is decreasing

Of the 44 TACs, which were discovered during a large-scale flood in the fall of the year, 19 remains in the province today. By June 1, the number of lodgers in the accommodation centers should be reduced to 590 people, the press service of the Khabarovsk Territory government reports.

As Deputy Chairman of the Krai Government for Social Development Vladimir Chayuk noted, by June in the province the number of TACs should be reduced to 12. They will remain only those who are waiting for the decision of the courts or the completion of housing construction. According to him, because of the small number, some of the TAPs will be reorganized and combined with others. To date, 21 people live in 843.

“Almost all flood victims have already decided on the form of state support. For many, the housing issue has already been resolved, or will be resolved in the near future - the closure of TAPs is also due to the fact that most of them are located in dormitories of educational institutions and it is time to vacate these premises. We relocated many of them to the housing of a flexible fund: about 500 people live in such apartments in Komsomolsk-on-Amur and about 70 in Khabarovsk. In the regional capital, about 60 more apartments will be provided for the guests of the accommodation centers in the maneuverable fund of the house on Trekhgornaya Street. Repairs have already been carried out there, ”V. Chayuk said.

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