Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Yekaterinburg will install fences to complete beautification process

The city of Yekaterinburg announced on Friday that it would be installing and repairing fences by May 1 to ensure that city workers can complete beautification projects.

The city administration's beautification committee has completed the repair of 85 percent of the fences, cleaned 36 percent of them and painted approximately 12 percent. The fences require repair after being damaged due to road accidents, the Euro-Asian News reports.

Another reason for the project is that motorists in Yekaterinburg continue to park their cars in places that aren't intended for vehicles, such as on playgrounds and lawns in courtyard areas.

To prevent this problem from continuing, Andrew Jacob, the head of the Yekaterinburg administration, gave specialized services the task to study and install fencing on adjacent territory. The new fences would stop motorists from driving into and parking in the wrong locations.