Friday, 09 August 2019 09:59

Alexey Teksler appointed the head of Magnitogorsk Sergey Berdnikov as his deputy

The head of the Chelyabinsk region, Alexei Teksler, appointed the head of Magnitogorsk, Sergey Berdnikov, as the deputy governor of the Chelyabinsk region on a voluntary basis. The meeting took place on the eve of August 7 in Chelyabinsk. The inclusion of the head of Magnitogorsk in the regional government should help to improve the efficiency of the municipal power.According to the Chelyabinsk Region Press and Information Department, Sergey Nikolaevich, as deputy governor, will assist in promoting programs for the development of the South Urals territories and overseeing the implementation of decisions taken at the VII Regional Congress of the Council of Local Heads.

The governor met with Sergey Berdnikov and got acquainted with his proposals for the development of municipal management practices. Alexei Teksler noted that in March they were instructed to work out a program for the socio-cultural development of Magnitogorsk as the “second capital” of the Chelyabinsk region. The industrial city should become a platform for the implementation of a common trend for the region, which was set by Alexey Texler: the development of municipalities in the interests of the population.

“The idea of ​​perceiving Magnitogorsk as the“ second capital ”of the Southern Urals, indeed, seems to us very successful. Especially because in the package of initiatives and decisions that we worked together with the regional authorities during this time, there really is a lot of things that literally puts us on the same level as Chelyabinsk in terms of living standards, social services, quality of medical services, and educational development. According to my estimates, in the next 2-3 years Magnitogorsk will really be able to reach the “capital” level. I would not like to speak ahead of time now, but several major initiatives and interesting infrastructure solutions are still being worked out - this, of course, will cause a positive public outcry among city residents. Of course, this is a completely different management approach, which can only be welcomed and supported! I’m sure I’ll voice a common opinion - the residents of Magnitogorsk rightly associate with you hopes for changes, for a new logic for the development of our industrial city, ”Sergey Berdnikov told the governor.

Boigraphic note: Sergey Berdnikov was born on October 21, 1962 in Magnitogorsk in a family of employees. He began his career in 1981 as a mechanic at the Granite quarry of the Magnitostroy trust.In 1982 he graduated from the Magnitogorsk Construction College with a degree in “Operation and Repair of Building Machines and Equipment”, in 1990 - from the Magnitogorsk Mining and Metallurgical Institute named after G.I. Nosov, specializing in Mechanical Equipment of Ferrous Metallurgy Plants, in 1999 and 2004 underwent professional retraining at the State University of Management under the Corporate Governance program and at the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation under the Business Administration program.

From 1982 to 1984 he served in the Armed Forces of the USSR.

From 1985 to 2016, he worked at enterprises in the metallurgical industry, including in senior positions.

From 2010 to 2016, a deputy of the 4th and 5th convocations of the Magnitogorsk City Assembly of Deputies, deputy chairman of the Assembly, member of the commissions on legislation and local self-government; in urban economy, construction and ecology.

On August 1, 2016 he was appointed to the post of deputy head of the city, and from September 28, 2016 he served as the head of the city of Magnitogorsk.

October 25, 2016 appointed head of the city of Magnitogorsk.

In 2000, Sergey Berdnikov was awarded the medal of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, II degree. In 2012, he was awarded an Honorary Diploma of the Ministry of Industry and Natural Resources of the Chelyabinsk Region.


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