Uzhgorod roads are repaired exclusively in the ‘governor’s’ patrimony
The head of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration Oleksandr Ledyda emphasized that funds for road repairs will be ‘divided proportionally between Uzhgorod, Mukachevo, districts, villages and village councils’.
As it turned out, the majority of this money was spent on the roads repair in... the native village of O. Ledyda Barvinok and adjacent to it villages of Baranyntsi and Pidhorb. In particular, 275 245 thousand hryvnia were allocated for the major repairs of Tykha Street in the village of Barvinok and 50 000 hryvnia for Poliova Street.
Thus, on the arrangement of ‘close’ to ‘governor’ roads were spent 524 165 hryvnia. More than half a million.
However, 20 000 hryvnia were allocated for Dryzhby Street reconstruction and 100 000 hryania for Voloshyna Street. Where are the remote villages? Dubrivka or Galoch? Or the rest of the villages, where the ‘governor’ promised ‘proportionally’ allocate funds for the road repairs.
It is known that recently the Prime Minister Mykola Azarov gave scolding to governors, including O. Ledyda for poor development of funds allocated for road repairs. Probably the ‘governor’ has decided immediately correct the situation and sent more than 2 million 947 thousand hryvnia from Uzhgorod district for the development of... native village.
Other villages can wait...
19 September 2016 09:48
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