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Penza city head to monitor issues in houses for people moved from dilapidated housing

11:41 | 22.01.2016 | Society

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Penza, 22 January 2016. PenzaNews. The Penza city head Valery Savelyev will be personally monitoring the resolution of issues in the housing on Chapaeva street that was provided to people moved from dilapidated housing during the 2014 stage of the moving program.

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Together with the City Duma deputy chairman Roman Petrukhin, he visited several flats on Thursday, January 21, to see if the people are happy with their new housing after the move.

During the visit, they praised the quality of work in entryways and flats, which came pre-renovated for the people who moved from dilapidated housing – with wallpaper, floor covering, and plumbing.

“After speaking to the families who already lived here for some time, we see that people are overall satisfied with their flats. All of those are warm, cozy and comfortable,” Valery Savelyev said.

However, some of the people had several complaints and recommendations.

In particular, the people living in the apartment building No. 75 reported that the floor covering in one of the flats on the first floor bulbed due to pipe condensate, while another flat came with malfunctioning power supply in one of the rooms and to the electric stove.

“I personally witnessed certain peculiar issues. I will instruct the officials responsible to rectify the uncovered problems,” the press service of the City Duma quotes Valery Savelyev.

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