The agreement on building the deferization station was reached at a meeting of Vladimir Yakushev, the RF Minister of Construction, Housing and Communal Services, and Ivan Belozertsev, the Penza Oblast Governor, on Wednesday evening, in Moscow, March 18, 2020.
The parties discussed the implementation of national projects in the region, in particular, the national project "Housing and Urban Environment", which in 2019 helped 86 people resettle from substandard and dilapidated housing in Kuznetsk, Sursk and Kamenka; 837.1 thousand square meters of housing were built and put into operation; a school in Penza and a highway were built.
"This year, it is planned to build a children's outpatient hospital for 500 visits per shift and with a day patient facility, the construction of two apartment blocks for people's resettlement from the dilapidated houses," Ivan Belozertsev said.
In addition, the Governor informed the head of the Ministry of Construction about the results of the project "Creating a Comfortable Urban Environment".
"Together with municipalities and residents, we have improved 105 facilities, 63 of them are courtyards, which are very important for people, and also 42 public spaces," he said.
In the course of business communication, Vladimir Yakushev supported the project for the construction of the deferization station 2 in Kuznetsk, which costs about 66 million rubles. The second largest city in the Penza Oblast is in dire need of this infrastructure facility. An agreement was reached to start construction of the station in 2020.
In addition, construction of a water supply facility in Bessonovka will begin in 2020.