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They spent more than 230 million rubles to prepare for the winter of the former military camp on Iturup - EastRussia | Far East






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In preparation for the winter of the former military camp on Iturup spent more 230 million rubles

On Sakhalin, more than 230 million rubles were spent on preparations for the winter of the Kuril village of Gorny. The regional authorities allocated emergency rescue operations in the former military camp 39 million rubles, another 193 million was allocated by the regional agency for civil defense, emergency protection and fire safety.

For more than 30 years the military camp on Iturup was under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Defense. During this time, apartment buildings have never been thoroughly repaired, engineering networks have worn out. The question of transferring Mining to municipal property should be decided before the end of the year, but they did not wait for the settlement to be prepared for winter. At the initiative of the Sakhalin authorities, the military camp began to be put in order. Representatives of the regional ministry of housing and communal services and the Kuril administration jointly prepared a plan and developed estimates for the repair of housing stock and housing and utilities facilities.

Now in Gorny, roof repairs are being completed, workers are changing emergency visors and entrances to the entrances, repairing basements. According to the press service of the regional government, the boiler house in the former military camp is ready to launch the heat. They had a major overhaul of the roof. Four boilers work there, the contract for the supply of two more is concluded. Replaced in the mountain and heating, which was worn to 100%. Eight houses were connected to the new heating main, specialists make tie-ins on the other five houses. Work touched and water supply. The village cleaned wells, laid pipes from the water pumping station to the distribution well.

Now from 29 houses in the former military camp only 13 are not abandoned. Given the deplorable state of the rural infrastructure, the authorities propose that within three years the residents of Gorny be resettled in new houses closer to the district center, where the entire infrastructure of Iturup is concentrated.