- KOSTANAY REGION
- PASSPORT OF THE REGION
Archimedes Mukhambetov, akim of Kostanay oblast, made a working trip to Amangeldy district and the city of Arkalyk.
During the trip, the head of the region got acquainted with the progress of repair work on the 64 km stretch. road "Auliekol-Zhaldam", for repair of which 1 billion tenge was allocated. Now work continues on the construction of rough surface treatment and strengthening of the roadside.
Later, in the village of Amantogai in the Amangeldinsky district, Archimedes Mukhambetova was informed of construction work on the reconstruction of water supply networks, more than 500 million tenge was allocated for these purposes. The capacity of water treatment facilities is 143.16 thousand cubic meters per year, the length of water supply networks is 21.7 km.
Akim of the region visited "Agrointerpitsa" LLP in the city of Arkalyk, where in 2016 electricity supply for a total of KZT246.4 million was made in the framework of the unified program of business support and business development "Business Road Map 2020", thereby increasing the capacity of electric power supply to the enterprise.
Also in Archikyk, Archimed Mukhambetov inspected the repair of Demchenko Street, which is planned to be completed by October 1 of this year with the replacement of engineering networks with more than 130 million tenge. The head of the region instructed to perform all kinds of works in a qualitative and timely manner.
As part of the trip, the akim of the region visited the SC "Arkalyk Heat and Power Company", where he got acquainted with the preparation for the heating season, instructing to make further modernization of the heating boilers, for repair of which this year 3 million tenge was spent.
In the fields of Vozrozhdenie LLP akim of the region met with agricultural producers of the city of Arkalyk, stressing the need to diversify the acreage of the southern regions of the region. This year, due to the lack of rainfall, some peasant farms collected more than 5 c / ha.
It should be noted that in the current harvesting campaign, 80% of the area under cultivation has been removed.