Opinion: 2022 was one of the most productive years for the housing and communal services of Crimea
The past year for the Ministry of Housing and Public Utilities of Crimea was one of the most productive in comparison with previous reporting periods. This was announced by Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea Svetlana Maslova at a meeting of the Board of the Republican Ministry of Housing and Communal Services.
Through the Ministry, two national projects were implemented: «Housing and the urban environment» in three areas of regional projects: «Clean Water», «Ensuring a sustainable reduction of the uninhabitable housing stock», «Formation of a comfortable urban environment» and «Ecology» in the part of the regional project » An integrated system for handling municipal solid waste. All target indicators have been achievedthe Deputy Prime Minister noted.
According to Svetlana Maslova, in 2022, more than 20 billion rubles were allocated from the federal and regional budgets to achieve the set goals and objectives, which were directed to:
- measures to modernize the complex of heat, water supply and sanitation of the Republic of Crimea (2,150.8 million rubles);
- implementation of measures for the improvement of courtyards and public territories (6,325 million rubles);
- purchase of specialized equipment (1,786.2 million rubles);
- construction of three waste management facilities (8.3 billion rubles);
- measures to eliminate unauthorized dumps (298.6 million rubles);
- overhaul of apartment buildings (4,843.37 million rubles);
- resettlement of citizens from dilapidated housing stock (2,198.71 million rubles).
As part of the board meeting, the main results of the activities of the ministry and subordinate organizations in the field of water supply, sanitation and heat supply, the implementation of programs for major repairs and the resettlement of citizens from dilapidated housing, as well as the implementation of measures to improve courtyards and public areas in 2022 were considered.
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