According to the results of the state examination, the house number 164 on Karl Marx Avenue was recognized as safe for living and subject to further exploitation. From April 1, residents can return to their apartments. The decision was announced at a meeting of the interdepartmental commission.
From October 10 to 15, in connection with the construction of a new tram line, traffic is limited along the extreme left and middle lanes of Karl Marx Avenue (western and eastern sides) in the south and north direction and along the left, second and third lanes of Truda Street ( north side) in a westerly direction.
The editorial board of the Solid Domestic Waste magazine compiled a table of maximum flat rates for the services of a regional operator for the treatment of municipal solid waste in all constituent entities of the Russian Federation.
Today, in the city administration, representatives of the housing and communal services, LLC ERKTS, MP Teplofikatsiya Trust and Vodokanal talked about the current debts of Magnitogorsk residents.
On the ninth and tenth of October in the local branch of DOSAAF of Russia, laser tag competitions were held among students of secondary specialized educational institutions.
The work of Gortorg JSC for the nine months of 2019 at a hardware meeting was told by Director General Lyubov Sklyar.
Sports and charity project “Kilometers of Good” continues to develop.
Vladimir Putin spoke at the plenary meeting of the International Sports Forum “Russia is a Sports Power”.
The Southern Urals, as part of 21 regions of the Russian Federation, will switch to the "figure". October 14 in the Chelyabinsk region will end the era of analogue broadcasting. Help in the transition is provided by volunteers, specialists of the round-the-clock hotline, but you can also connect the necessary prefix yourself.
Today, along the new Boulevard, located on Karl Marx Avenue, a minibus number 10 passed.
In the Chelyabinsk region, a hotline is working around the clock on the transition of the population to digital television. Phone: 8-800-220-20-02.