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Demolition Of Ramshackle Buildings In Rybinsk
17.04.2014 16:03
Demolition Of Ramshackle Buildings In Rybinsk

Demolition of ramshackle and dangerous buildings continues in Rybinsk.

      176 buildings were removed from the city territory in 2013: ruined buildings, houses, garages, sheds. The work on the city cleaning will continue. Today the list of buildings to be demolished includes nearly three hundred objects. Some of them will be demolished this year, the rest of them - next year.

      The total amount of the required financing is about five million roubles. This is a serious burden for the city budget, as the press service of the city administration of Rybinsk reports. “Some buildings from the list will be demolished under a direct contract, i.e. the contractor accepts the building material left after demolition as a payment for execution of works. As the experience of past years has shown, it is an effective method that saves budgetary funds” - the Head of the Industrial and Technical Department of the Municipal Budgetary Institution “Urban Management” Lyudmila Rudkovskaya explained.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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