Penza mayor congratulates 100th dilapidated housing resettlement program participant
Penza, 11 June 2016. PenzaNews. The Penza mayor Victor Kuvaytsev presented the 100th participant of the 2013-2017 city-wide municipal targeted program for dilapidated housing resettlement with a certificate for a new flat in the Zarya residential area and a mobile phone.
“I would like to wish you a comfortable and cozy life in your new home, good and caring neighbors, and good mood. As for us, we will try to do everything to make the Zarya residential area even more attractive. I believe that by joining our efforts, we will make this part of Penza one of the best corners of the city. Remember, that the mood in your household is the most important – everything else will follow,” he said during the official event at the city hall on Saturday, June 11.
Victor Kuvaytsev wished them happiness, success, prosperity, and wishes coming true.
According to the website of the Penza city hall, 20 new apartment building with full supply are planned to be built in the Zarya residential area as part of the dilapidated housing resettlement program.
The residential area already gained an upgrade in the form of a remote general-practice ambulance station of the No. 6 city clinical hospital, staffed with a physician and two nurses who provide patients with primary and sanitary medicare, as well as injections, ECG, intraocular tension, hearing, eyesight and blood sugar tests.
At the same time, the former ambulance station building is reported to soon be reused for a police station of the city Ministry for the Interior department.
As the residential area population grows, the police plans to open a local territorial station with a 24/7 dispatch center and offices for general police officers, criminal investigation, juvenile crimes, and traffic patrol.
The residential area currently has a school with 80 current students at the maximum capacity of 200, with approach available by a dedicated school bus that services houses in the Zarya and Neftyanik residential areas under the regional program “School Bus.”
The plans of the residential area feature new children and sports playgrounds and a firefighter station.