The cycle of working meetings between the President and heads of state administrations of towns and districts of the republic continues. Meetings with the leaders of Grigoriopol and Dubossary are scheduled for today.
Oleg Gabuzha spoke about infrastructure developments in the Grigoriopol district. According to him, the corresponding program is expected to be implemented within five years. As for the central part of the city, improvement works have been carried out there for several years. There are new sidewalks, flower beds, squares, parking lots, said the Head of Grigoriopol. Funding in the future, as before, will be carried out from three main sources – the Capital investment fund, the local budget and the Road fund. It is planned in 2021 to completely reconstruct the territory in front of the building of the local administration (since 2017 it has been called the Square of the Defenders of Pridnestrovie) and the alley leading to the city park. There are also plans to commission a rollerdrome. The platform and structure are ready. The entrance group is being designed. The paving of sidewalks will also continue. No more than 10% of the planned work remains to be completed. The question of improving the ramp down into the park remains open. This infrastructural element is important not only from an aesthetic, but also from practical point of view. People moving in wheelchairs, parents with baby carriages, as well as cyclists and other outdoor enthusiasts will be able to safely and comfortably enter the park. A mini-football field may appear next to the future skate-ground in the future, the district head shared his further plans. Deputies will help in the implementation of this idea.
The President asked about the situation with water supply. According to Oleg Gabuzha, many problem areas have been closed within two years thanks to the state capital investment program. Next in line are the villages of Veseloye (the cost of work to provide 17 houses with centralized water supply is 550 thousand rubles), Butory and Kolosovo. Vadim Krasnoselsky noted that increased attention should be paid to the issue of providing Pridnestrovians with drinking water.