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In the Amur region handed over the keys to the first houses built for Amur residents who lost their homes after the flood

Today, during a working visit to Arkharinsky district, the governor of the Amur Region handed the long-awaited keys to five families of the village of Severny, the press service of the regional government reported.

“New houses will not be afraid of floods, as they stand on piles at a height of 1,2 meters. Houses require maintenance, you still have to settle down, set up gardens. You already have more modern houses, with comfortable living conditions, ”said the Governor of the Amur Region Oleg Kozhemyako.

According to the stated requirements, in the erected houses there are all technical innovations.

As Vadim Rudnev, the head of the construction subcontractor Pallada, said, each house is equipped with a solid fuel boiler capable of operating both on solid fuel and not on electricity, there is a septic tank and a gas stove. Well drilled. 5 houses were erected: 2 - with an area of ​​55 square meters, two houses - 43 and one - 33 square meters.

The head of the region stressed that “after all that the citizens experienced during the hard days of the flood, a different quality of life will be provided here, and the village will continue to live,” the head of the region said. - Residents will be able to use the former plots as summer cottages, plant vegetable gardens and plant gardens. Currently, a large-scale construction of housing for citizens who have lost their homes is underway in the region. Our task is to complete this work over the summer period and provide Amur residents with comfortable housing. "

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