Deputies ask to open an ambulance station in the mountainous outback

19 January 2016 09:49  18113986 0115107
Deputies ask to open an ambulance station in the mountainous outback

Most of the parliamentary inquiries announced by the Regional Council Chairman Mykhailo Rivis at the second plenary meeting of the second session concerned the social sphere.

Thus, a joint request of several deputies stressed on the need to open a first aid station in the village of Lopukhovo in that Tyachiv district.

Tyachiv district is the largest region of Ukraine, where the distance from the outer settlement - Lopukhovo - to the hospital is about 70 km.  It is home to over 3,700 people, there is the SE "Brustury Forestry" there. And the road is in a bad condition, part of it is not covered with asphalt. Therefore, to provide timely emergency care to residents of the village and, if necessary, the said company employees, deputis asked to open a first aid station.

         Also, deputies request to allocate funds from the regional budget for the replacement of windows and doors of Bilky secondary school №1 degrees and for the preparation of construction documents for the reconstruction of the administrative building of the machinery plant "Tisa" in the village of Dovhe in Irshava district into an educational building of Dovhe secondary school.

Another parliamentary inquiry concerns the allocation of funds to complete the construction of the building "B" of Sokyrnytsia school with in-depth study of French language.

Also, they raised the issue of the need for repair work for traffic lights installed in the village of Rakoshyno in Mukachevo district on the highway Chop - Kyiv, where frequent accidents with serious consequences occur.

Then, all the parliamentary inquiries were sent to the relevant authorities of the region.

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