…On the Yaroslavskoye highway, in the courtyard of several buildings of the house No. 118, a dozen men with shovels were clearing the parking lot. On the playground, meanwhile, a pair of roters were at work dumping clean snow onto the grass, from where a mini-tractor loaded it onto a truck. It was hard not to recognize the communal workers in overalls, but what kind of people are they in ordinary clothes? Let’s get acquainted, Alexey Turkov, the head of the administration of the Yaroslavl region. “Yesterday entrance groups and roads were cleaned, there was little snow at night, so today the turn has reached children’s and sports courts, as well as parking lots,” he told RG. According to him, it is 194 yards, 50 pitched roofs and 44 highway objects, among which there are such large highways as, for example, Palekhskaya and Prokhodchikov streets. They are cleaned by 140 janitors, plus several dozen small-scale mechanization. But now there is so much snow that I don’t have enough strength to do everything. Therefore, at the entrance of the council is Mountain of blades. I’m trying to count exactly how many. The boss suggests – 25: “So many specialists go out to help the wipers in heavy snowfalls, ”continues Turkov. – An hour or two to work in the fresh air is even good for health.
The nearest territories, as well as roads to the My Documents center, schools and kindergartens, are already considered by district government employees. They are also prepared for the fact that, perhaps, they will have to take shovels with them on vacation – all municipal enterprises in Moscow are switching to an improved mode of operation these days. In the south of the capital, Moscow United Energy Company employees helped clean up yards. They came out with 210 people. Vasily Prozorovsky – electrician for the maintenance of heating points of MOEK. His profession is preventing power outages. And he adds: “If something happens in the heating system, it will be easier for us to get to a clean road.” The MIPC, he said, helps clean the city in shifts in three shifts of eight hours each. “We, the city workers, all have the same goal – to provide comfort to Muscovites. That’s what we provide.” In general, Muscovites have something to say thanks for their attention on New Year’s Eve.