A playground worth 3 million rubles was opened in the village of Teplovka, Simferopol District
In the village of Teplovka, Simferopol District, a children’s playground was solemnly opened. This was announced by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Crimea Andrei Savchuk. The total cost of the project was about 3 million rubles.
One more children’s playground appeared in the republic within the framework of the subprogram «Integrated Development of Rural Territories». This year, the Nikolaev rural settlement received a subsidy from the federal and Crimean budgets in the amount of about 2 million rubles for the arrangement of the facility, the rest of the money came from the local budget and the personal contribution of people living in this village and entrepreneurs. As part of this project, the territory was improved, a rubber coating was laid, a play complex, swings, carousels, a sandbox, benches and much more were purchased and installed.— quotes the press service of Andrey Savchuk.
The head of the Crimean Ministry of Agriculture also recalled that within the framework of the State Program for the Development of Agriculture and the Regulation of Agricultural Raw Materials and Food Markets of the Republic of Crimea, in 2023, 19 million rubles were allocated for the implementation of such 12 projects. From 2015 to 2022, almost 250 million rubles were spent for these purposes, as a result, more than 350 different improvement projects appeared in the districts. During this time, 75 were sold in the Simferopol region. Nikolaevka, 4 such objects appeared, including children’s, sports grounds and a pedestrian zone.
Reference: For achieving high results in the field of integrated development of rural areas of the Republic of Crimea in 2022, the administration of the Nikolaevsky rural settlement of the Simferopol district was awarded a gold medal in the framework of the XXIV Russian agro-industrial exhibition «Golden Autumn-2022» in the nomination «The best project for the creation and arrangement of a pedestrian and transport infrastructure.»
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