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The outgoing Vitaly Verkeenko appointed Sergey Sherstyuk and. about. heads of Vladivostok

Mayor of the seaside capital Vitaly Verkeenko, who since October 11 resigns, signed a decree on the appointment of Sergei Sherstyuk acting head of Vladivostok. He will take the post in the status of first deputy.

Vitaly Verkeenko also signed orders on the appointment of four deputies and redistributed powers between them. According to the press service of the city administration, he did it to ensure the stable operation of all departments. Thus, Alexander Yurov, who served as the head of the fuel and energy complex, will continue to monitor the city’s preparation for the heating season as a vice-mayor, and will also oversee the ecology department, the housing maintenance department, and the management for the accounting and distribution of living space.

Andrei Strokin, who heads the Directorate for the construction of facilities in the territory of the Vladivostok city district, will oversee the work of the urban planning and architecture department, as well as the municipal property management and information and software management, instead of Alexey Litvinov, who October 8 resigns. In addition, Andrei Strokin will oversee the work of the legal block of the administration.

Another vice-mayor, Yury Bystrov, will oversee the Department for Interaction with Law Enforcement Agencies and the Administration of Administrative Law, Office Management and the Office for Working with Citizens' Appeals, as well as the Department of International Relations and Tourism, which they intend to bring into an independent structure of administration. Mikhail Markov, who headed the municipal enterprise “Maintenance of urban territories”, also became deputy head of the city. He will monitor the work of the management of roads and landscaping, as well as the management of outdoor advertising and information.