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.
In the framework of the VIII International Festival "Denis Matsuev Presents" in the Palace of Culture named after Sergo Ordzhonikidze a final concert was held with the participation of the symphony orchestra conducted by conductor Renat Zhiganshin.
Acting Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region Alexey Teksler outlined the priorities for improving the quality of atmospheric air in the southern Urals.
With the onset of heat in the city, active work began to restore order in the framework of spring sanitary cleaning.
Since the beginning of 2019, more than 50 grass fires have occurred in the city. The Civil Protection Administration of the Administration warns that burning of garbage collected in piles is prohibited.
The head of the city, Sergey Berdnikov, checked the progress of work on the improvement of the inner quarter territory of the house No. 164 along Karl Marx Avenue, went into one of the renovated entrances and talked to the residents.
From the third of June, analog television will cease to operate in the region. In the Southern Urals, there are about 900 gardening partnerships, which include almost a million plots.
Municipal enterprises of Magnitogorsk take an active part in the events that are held as part of the spring sanitary cleaning of the city.
Mayor Sergei Berdnikov held a personal reception of citizens. Their questions to the governor were asked by the residents of the house number 164 along Karl Marx Avenue.
According to the Chelyabinsk Center for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring, wind gusts of up to 18-23 m / s are expected on the territory of the region, night and day, on April 17.
From the first of April, among the general educational institutions of the city, an environmental campaign is held to collect unsorted paper and paperboard “Paper Boom 2019”. Summing up is planned to coincide with the International Children's Day.