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Alexander Osipov called for tightening control over management companies in Transbaikalia

Alexander Osipov called for tightening control over management companies in Transbaikalia
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The head of Transbaikalia, Alexander Osipov called on the heads of municipalities of Transbaikalia to control the work of management companies. “Residents all over the region are complaining massively about the inaction of management companies, while the majority of settlement leaders are not taking action. It is necessary to contact the supervisory authorities and force them to perform their functions, ”he said during an operational meeting in the regional government, adding that unscrupulous organizations should be deprived of licenses and permits.

According to Victor Pazdnikov, Acting Deputy Prime Minister of the region, at the moment, a number of management companies have not yet begun preparations for the heating season. “The State Inspectorate inspected the housing facilities. Of more than 2000 houses, orders were issued under 1431, of which only 309 was executed, ”the official said, adding that the inspection extended the deadlines for fulfilling obligations at 600 facilities, and work was not performed at all in 522 houses. Recall that in Transbaikalia all preparations for the heating season should be completed by September 15.

Earlier it was reported that in 2019, the Trans-Baikal Territory received 250 million rubles from the federal budget to prepare for the upcoming heating season, and another 150 million allocated the regional budget from the reserve fund of the regional government.