City problems are solved together

On October 27 the head of administration of Rostov-on-Don Sergey Gorban held a meeting with businessmen of the May Day area. Action was organized in the format of a business breakfast which became already traditional.

According to the town governor, in 2015 the city gained the lead at once in several directions. Rostov has the best indicators in area on production volume. Its share in production of the region makes 40%. The index of industrial production grew by 41,2%.

The Don capital won first place following the results of a rating assessment of efficiency of activities of municipalities of the Rostov region for attraction of investments. On maintenance of the City administration there are 140 investment projects for the total amount of 306,3 billion rubles today.

Work on attraction of investments is carried out also by areas. So, in Pervomaisk the area on maintenance there are 14 projects. The most significant of them: construction of a painting complex of Rostselmash plant; residential district "Platovsky", housing estate "Manhattan", reconstruction of Yubileyny movie theater.

Important part of the meetings held in a format of a business breakfast is real-life communication of businessmen with the head of administration. Businessmen of the May Day area paid Sergey Gorban's attention to need of carrying out capital repairs at school No. 20.

Interests businessmen and a question of placement of the advertizing structures in the territory of Rostov. Businessmen paid attention that in a number of the cities for quite some time now it is forbidden to use advertizing opportunities at window dressing and signs of shops.

The head of administration reminded that in the city the Concept of development of promotional and informational space is accepted. The document contains requirements to types of advertizing and information structures, their dimensions, the coloristic decision, a font, to existence and types of illumination. Besides, the location of signs on external surfaces of buildings and constructions matters.

Information posted 28.10.2015
Information changed 28.10.2015