How is the Dunayevetska AH of the Khmelnytskyi Oblast getting an informal title of the cleanest Ukrainian hromada? It has already spent UAH 3 million on waste management, and it is not the end.
By Dmytro Synyak
The city council in Dunayivtsi, a small town in the south of the Khmelnytskyi Oblast, 50 km from the Romanian border, is located opposite the rayon state administration. The administration is a brown-beige parallelepiped-shaped building of the late Soviet times, in front of which, in 2013 there used to be a white stone monument to Lenin. The city council is completely different: it is painted, bright yellow two-storey palace with a balcony and columns, decorated with red and black ornaments. The city council moved to this palace in 2016, shortly after amalgamation of hromadas.
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