In Crimea, they can establish a single level of rent for the use of agricultural land
Small discrepancies are permissible only in the case of particularly fertile lands.
The head of the Republic of Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov, held a working meeting on the problematic issues of municipalities in Crimea, during which the preliminary results of the work of the leadership of municipal administrations were summed up.
According to Aksyonov, in terms of performance discipline in municipalities, there is a positive trend, but in many areas there is still a backlog.
Over the past two weeks, the situation in the municipalities has generally improved, but there is no consistency in the work. All emerging difficulties could have been prevented if the necessary steps had been taken in a timely manner.— said the Head of the Republic.
Sergey Aksyonov drew attention to the need to bring the rent for the use of agricultural land into line.
In the Republic, a single bar for the maximum amount of rent should be established. It is unacceptable that in geographically similar agricultural areas there is a strong run-up in price. Small discrepancies are permissible only in the case of particularly fertile lands.— said the Head of the Crimea.
Aksyonov also instructed to intensify work on the inventory of unused land.
It is necessary to actively continue work to identify unused agricultural land. This is also necessary for the municipalities themselves to increase their own revenues. In Crimea, there are many abandoned gardens with plantings dating back to Soviet and Ukrainian times. It is necessary to study this issue and find a use for the earth— added the Head of the Republic of Crimea.
He recalled the need to counteract unauthorized construction and stop it even at the stage of creating a foundation pit.
Also during the meeting, issues of the implementation of protocol instructions and executive discipline in terms of providing medicines, building preschool institutions, and increasing the revenue side of the municipal budget were discussed.
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