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In the contest for the post of city-manager of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky will participate 9 people

Today, the acceptance of documents for the competition for the post of the head of the administration of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky was completed.

"Nine people expressed their desire to take the position of city manager of the regional center," Konstantin Slyshchenko, chairman of the competition committee, head of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky urban district, told Interfax-Far East on Friday.

According to him, the necessary documents were submitted to the commission by the chairman of the control and accounting chamber of the regional center, Andrei Novikov; Deputy of the City Duma of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Head of the City Department of Transport Alexander Saburov; former employee of the environmental prosecutor's office Grigory Blinov; businessman Vladimir Kretov; power engineer Alexander Rassolov, head of the road enterprise "Dorremstroy" Oleg Kuts, deputy head of the Elizovsky district administration Roman Vasilevsky.

“Two women also submitted documents to participate in the competition. They are Elena Panchenko, the former Minister of Economic Development of Kamchatka, who resigned last week from this post, and now holds the post of First Deputy Head of the Administration of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. And also the chairman of the Association of Animal Lovers, Oksana Kopeykina, the initiator and owner of the only dog ​​shelter in Kamchatka, added K. Slyshchenko.

He also noted that the current city manager of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Alexey Alekseev, did not express a desire to participate in the elections.

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