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MOSCOW, July 1 (Itar-Tass) —— The salary fund of pedagogues on lands attached to Moscow on July 1, 2012, will grow by approximately 30%, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said at the Sunday meeting in Troitsk.
“Most of the preschool institutions and schools will receive additional financing, primarily those which are financed poorly now. The salary fund of pedagogues will grow by 30%,” he said.
He called extremely difficult the provision of the attached lands with schools and kindergartens. About 40% of children are unable to visit kindergartens due to the deficit of vacancies.
“Two schools and three kindergartens will be commissioned by the end of this year. The financing of healthcare and healthcare salaries in the new territories will grow by 30%,” the mayor said.
He also added that 32 ambulance teams would start working on the new lands on July 1.
The Moscow city limits grew by 148,864 hectares on July 1, 2012. The city will stretch out to the west, the southwest and the south, mostly with territories located between Kiyevskoye and Varshavskoye highways and the big circle of the Moscow railroad.