Hot water will resume in Yekaterinburg on Monday
Hot water was turned off in three neighborhoods in the city as a result of a contractual dispute between JSC TGC-9, the heat supply organization that provides thermal energy to businesses and individuals in Yekaterinburg, and JSC OGK-5, the company in charge of the Sredneuralskaya power plant. The dispute was the result of accumulated debts causing the companies to stop their service, the Euro-Asian News reports.
Attending a meeting this week on the situation were Nikolai Smirnov, the deputy chief of staff of housing in Yekaterinburg, Alex Kozhemyako, the director of JSC TGC-9's Sverdlovsk branch, and Vladimir Busorgin, the director of the Sredneuralskaya power plant.
The negotiations between the conflicted parties resulted in a resolution of the contract dispute. The hot water will be turned back on in the deficient neighborhoods starting on Monday, according to the Euro-Asian News.
The districts that have been without hot water have been lacking the amenity since July 2. The incident mimics a summer of 2011 incident when the SURGES organization was not able to complete hot water repairs quickly, leaving multiple homes without hot water.
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