4 flats for public-sector workers have been completed in Zhana Zhuldyz village. They were presented to akim of Pavlodar region, who had visited Zhelezinka area with a working trip.
Private building owners constructed two-family houses for their own funds, after akimat bought out them. The cost of the house was about KZ 16 mln. The rural pediatrician Arailym Yergozhayeva, who came to Zhana Zhuldyz from Almaty region and local police officer Aidabek Abulkasov, who came from Bashmachnoe village, had already settled in.
“My wife and I bring up three children, therefore, a commodious and warm house is very important for our family. When all conditions are created for you, there is an incentive to work hard. I will try to benefit to the village and its people”, he said.
This year, according to a specially developed program, the authorities planned to buy out 42 houses from private traders (30 ones bought out).
“These houses are given to the specialists, living in the village. We are ready to give housing to a veterinarian, doctor and a teacher”, the head of the region said.
A new sports ground was also presented in Zhana Zhuldyz village. It was installed near the school by the local farmers within the campaign “Мектебіме тағзым”. Now there are football field, streetball and fitness courts. The total cost of the sports complex – KZ 15 mln.
“Not so long ago, we played football on the old field and now we will have a new one, where it will be possible to run and take exercises after school, the pupil of the rural school Yerlan noted.
During the working trip akim of the region paid special attention to the quality of the district roads.
“It is impossible to transport a pregnant woman. We must have the roads to all villages. Today in Pavlodar region there is about 67% of the roads are in good condition, however there are remote villages with bad roads”, Bulat Bakauov noted, travelled along some sections of the road Bashmachnoe-Ozernoe.
The head of the region said that some sections of the roads can be transferred for maintenance to the large peasant farms.