In Kiev will rise again the tariff for garbage removal. According to the draft orders published on the website of the KSCA, prices will rise by 27%. This is reported by Kiev in the city.
In KP “Kievteploenergo” the increase in tariff explained quite simply: the minimum wage in 2019 will rise to UAH 4173. This, in turn, will entail increased costs on the remuneration of employees. The tariff increase was influenced by higher prices of services for the disposal of waste at the landfill No. 6 waste incineration plant “Energy”.
How much we pay
Household waste, total price:
was – 115,09
Household garbage, the price for one living in the apartment:
it is 20-25
Removal of large debris:
it – 115
became – 195
Earlier it was reported that a considerable part of the population of Ukraine in this cold season will cut subsidies, and to monetize will not all.
What will happen with subsidies, how to get money and how to punish debtors, writes “Informant”.
SUBSIDIES FOR THE FEW
According to experts, now the government is developing a system of return cash to the Ukrainians, who last season saved subsidies.
“Therefore to him the Ministry of social policy from January 1, will give subsidies to those who asked for it the first time, in Montesilvano. Those who have applied for subsidy applications submitted before the New year, will be charged in the usual manner. Step absolutely correct, because I translate 5 or 6 million households in a monetised form simply technically impossible,” – said the Director of analytical research center “Institute of” Alexander Sergienko.
We will remind, Ukrainians explained what will happen with social shiplate in conditions of martial law.
As reported by the portal Know.ia, what are the benefits in 2019 can count citizens.
Also Know As.news Agency wrote that experts explained the weaknesses of the law on the state budget by 2019.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.