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More than 400 million rubles will be spent on rural development in the Khabarovsk Territory

More than 400 million rubles will be spent on rural development in the Khabarovsk Territory
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In the new year, they intend to spend more than 400 million rubles on the development of rural territories in the Khabarovsk Territory. Funding will go to solve social problems, develop infrastructure projects and improve housing conditions.

According to the press service of the regional government, the money will be allocated in the framework of the state program "Integrated development of rural territories". Its new edition focuses on the construction of infrastructure, which will improve the living conditions in the countryside.

The region received money for the gasification of rural areas. About 68 million rubles will be spent on providing private houses with fuel in the village of Pereyaslavka, another 14 million rubles - on the design of rural roads.

Work will continue on the arrangement of the site for the construction of 193 residential buildings in the village of Michurinskoye. Infrastructure support will reduce the cost of square. meters for the population. Citizens will be able to use housing certificates. For these purposes in 2020 allocated 32 million rubles.

About 70 million will be spent on landscaping park areas, building children’s and sports grounds, repairing water supply, and cultural houses. In the village of Michurinskoye, construction of the school will begin. Now the children are studying in two shifts in the adapted building of the kindergarten. The governor of the region instructed to find money for the construction of the facility.