Mayor hopes that Penza residents will keep infrastructure for recreation in Olimpiyskaya alley
Penza, 31 October 2016. PenzaNews. The head of the Penza administration Victor Kuvaytsev expects residents to carefully treat recreational infrastructure created in Olimpiyskaya alley during the reconstruction.
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“The Penza State University has now a possibility to conduct physical education classes here because the number of street sports stimulators has increased. There will probably be more of them. We talked with students here when we came with the governor here at one of the weekends. They want horizontal bars, AB exercise equipment, back muscles exercises and so on,” the mayor said during the great interview he gave to the PenzaNews editor-in-chief Pavel Polosin on Sunday, October 30.
Victor Kuvaytsev added that new benches and trash cans were set up in the alley, as well as garden furniture made of solid oak.
“We manage to arrange lightning on the roller-skiing track and then loop it – it is 7 km long now. It will provide an opportunity to everyone to enjoy active rest in the evenings. Rentals are open. There are places where one can drink hot tea. One of these places will be additionally arranged and, of course, no alcohol and beverages that do not correspond to a healthy lifestyle will be sold there,” the head of the Penza administration said.
He drew attention to the fact that the reconstruction of Olimpiyskaya alley demanded not only great work but also material expenses.
“Of course, we are obliged to arrange waste and debris collection remained after rest, but we still hope that people will treat the alley with understanding and care,” the mayor noted.
The full version of the interview with the head of the Penza administration Victor Kuvaytsev will be published on the website of PenzaNews on Tuesday, November 1.