The Lymanska amalgamated hromada became the second in the Tatarbunar Rayon of the Odesa Oblast (the Tuzlivska AH was the first hromada to amalgamate here). The hromada was formed at the end of last year. Its population is almost three thousand residents, and it consists of four villages.
There is a coordinated work of all deputies in the AH, who understand that they have no right not to fulfill their promises to people, and there are already the first steps and achievements. Close attention is paid to education. The AH direct one and a half million UAH of infrastructure subvention at major repairs of the kindergarten in Novoselytsia.
The roof of the building (total area - 700 sq. m), the floor, electrical wiring have been replaced, mold – destroyed, ceilings and walls – decorated.
Repair works are being carried out in the Lyman school. In the lobby, walls and columns are under renovation, the main pipes of the heating system have already been replaced with new ones, metal-plastic windows are being installed. A sportsground for freestyle wrestling will soon be opened in the renovated sports hall.
On 1 September, 25 children will go to the new Ukrainian school. According to the rules, the class should be divided into eight zones. The hromada decided to make it a two-room class with an original design of the walls, suspended ceiling, completely replaced floor. All materials are environmentally friendly.
All elementary school students in the hromada get free meals.
Another important project the hromada is working on is the major repairs of the road from Zarichne to Lyman.
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