Penza mayor orders to introduce proper order in Moskovskaya street
Penza, 5 August 2017. PenzaNews. The mayor Victor Kuvaytsev gave a number of orders relating to maintenance of Moskovskaya street during an inspection of the Penza city centre carried out together with officials of the mayor's office, and city areas' administrations, as well as with representatives of municipal institutions.
As it was explained by Konstantin Kuznetsov, deputy head of the municipal state-funded enterprise “Penza City Advertising Service”, workers removed 23 free-standing advertising constructions that had not been stipulated by a concept adopted by the urban council under the regional government.
Their dismantlement led to holes in the road surface, as well as to lack of tiles and to remained protruding fragments of the constructions in some areas.
In this regard, Victor Kuvaytsev ordered members of the working group to ensure fast restoration of sidewalks.
He also ordered Alexander Kilgyankin, head of the municipal unitary enterprise Zelenoye khozyaystvo of the Penza city, to ensure that new seedlings of lime tree are planted at vacant places on both sides of the road and that dry trees cut down at the intersection of Moskovskaya and Kuraeva streets.
In addition, the head of the city administration demanded that lamp posts are repaired and paving tiles are restored.
"Street name plates should be of a single style," Victor Kuvaytsev added.
In addition, he drew working group's attention to an unsatisfactory condition of the territory near the cafe "Alye parusa" ("Scarlet sails"), where litter is scattered.
According to the head of the consumer market department of assistance to small and medium business of the Penza City Hall Olga Zhovtyak, residents of neighbouring houses complain that the establishment violates public order at night.
In this regard, the mayor suggested making federal control and supervisory authorities involved in order to organize monitoring of the cafe, in particular its compliance with norms and requirements of legislation.
"We should not tolerate such a mess," the mayor's office press service quotes Victor Kuvaytsev.