By the end of the year, about 15 villages of the Maisky district, in which more than two thousand residents now live, will be connected to the central water supply
The progress of the construction of water supply networks was reported to the Akim of the Pavlodar region Bulat Bakauov, who visited the May district with a working trip. Work begun in April is planned to be completed in November of this year. After all new subscribers will be connected to the May group water supply. The largest number of consumers is in the village of Koktobe, where out of 524 network subscribers are already connected to 431. In total, more than two thousand subscribers will be connected to the central water supply in the district.
The head of the region recalled the experience of connecting the villagers to the Belovodsk group water supply system in the Irtysh region, where the water tariff was very high, and demanded that local authorities prevent a repetition of the situation in the May district. One of the options to reduce the cost of water is to connect new villages to the group water supply. “For example, today projects for the construction of water pipelines in three settlements of the rural Aksu zone, which border the May district, are already ready,” said the regional akim. – These are the villages of Mamayyt Omarova, Kurkol and Enbek, where about four thousand people live. If you drill wells in each of these villages, install pumping stations and other infrastructure, this will cost the budget about one billion tenge. And it will be much cheaper if we run a pipe from the May group water pipeline to these villages. In this case, the debit of water is guaranteed, there are specialists who will service the network, and the tariff for consumers will be lower. It is necessary to study this option, and as soon as possible.
The construction of the May group water supply system began in 2010. However, since 2012, construction has been suspended. After various project adjustments, they tried to restart the construction of the necessary infrastructure in the area several times.