Residents of a Kerch high-rise building complained to the President's direct line about a collapsing courtyard. What's next?
Residents of an apartment building at 9 Budyonny Street in Kerch contacted the President’s direct line asking for help to preserve their yard. As part of the Popular Front project “Direct Line. Continuation”, people spoke about the broken passage and pedestrian zone, the inability to get through to the entrances of emergency services in the cold, and the refusal of taxis to enter.
They called an ambulance for the child, but she could not come. I sit and wait, watching, and they walk. There were also curbs, you just can’t get through with a stroller— a resident of the house Svetlana asks for help.
When it rains and snows, the yard becomes isolated. Taxis refuse to call, and emergency services are having difficulties. And although the yard has not seen any repairs, it has become much worse after the roads nearby were raised, as well as new construction projects in the neighborhood — all the water now accumulates here, turning the life of the residents into a nightmare. Residents are asking local and regional authorities for help with their yard, which is falling apart before their eyes, and have also contacted the President’s Direct Line.
The Popular Front met with the residents of the house, representatives of the presidential movement appealed to the city authorities with a request to find an opportunity to help and secure passage and passage.
source: press service of the Popular Front in Crimea