A regular meeting of the capital city authorities was held on March 7. In accordance with the fire that broke out recently in the capital city, The Governor of the Capital City and Mayor of Ulaanbaatar D.Sumiyabazar reminded the relevant officials to pay attention to the quality and safety of the constructions in the city. Officials were also instructed to take concrete measures to prevent forest and steppe fires.
The tender evaluation rate in the capital city is 61.7 percent
The Capital City Governor instructed to ensure the implementation of his ordinance issued in intensifying investment activities and to oversee the implementation. As of March 4, 2022, there are 393 projects to be implemented in the capital city with the state and capital city budget, local development funds, and other sources.
Procurement of 386 projects and activities was announced by 81 orders issued by the Capital City Governor, 253 projects and activities were procured, and 109 projects and activities were not procured. The tender evaluation rate in the capital city is 61.7 percent.
Influenza and influenza-like illnesses are more common among children
Head of the Health Department of the Capital City B.Byambadorj introduced the current situation of the coronavirus. He said "An average of 300 to 500 people being infected with coronavirus every day. Influenza and influenza-like illnesses are on the rising among children. Therefore, we are cooperating with the Ministry of Health to regulate the balanced workload”.
26,447 children were additionally enrolled in kindergartens
Ulaanbaatar Mayor clarified children’s education backwardness and learning methods, and how they plan to improve the education sector due to the two-year quarantine. Head of Education Department of the Capital City J.Gantulga highlighted that the attendance of the capital city's secondary schools last week was 96.1 percent. The Minister of Education and Science has issued an order to eliminate the delays and is implementing it. Additional kindergarten enrollment was organized and 26,447 children enrolled, and the pre-school enrollment rate was 78 percent. During the 14 days of the change in the start time of 59 schools, traffic congestion was disrupted at 08:00 in the morning”
There are 31 trade areas in public space
The Governor of the Capital City instructed relevant officials to determine trade areas in public space and to develop a landscaping assignment. M.Shijirbayar, Deputy Director of the Urban Development Department of the Capital City said "31 trade areas and services have been determined in nine districts of the capital city.
Rules of the Capital of Ulaanbaatar is being developed
G.Batzorig, Head of the Land Management Department of the capital city said “We have included 74 development projects in our plan to resolve the issue of land allocation and issue land certificates and conclude contracts within the framework of the Capital City Governor's Order on Intensifying Investment Work. Of these, 31 are roads, 22 are school and kindergarten buildings, eight are engineering networks, and 13 are other works. Senior Adviser in charge of Administration and Legal Affairs of the Capital City Governor D.Munkh-Erdene said “There is a working group on the city rules. The first draft will be presented at a regular meeting in March”
Demolition of 4860 garages planned
Head of the Land Management Department of the Capital City G.Batzorig introduced the demolition process of fences and garages. 457 violations are planned to be eliminated at 63 locations in the Baga Toiruu area. Land acquisition will begin on March 15”
Following instructions were given to the city officials:
-To improve control and timely manner of investment projects and activities to be implemented in 2022 with the state and capital city budgets, local development funds, and other sources.
-To inform citizens about the new electricity, heating, and sewerage networks and landscaping and construction works being invested and constructed this year.
-To monitor the safety of school and kindergarten gymnasiums and playground equipment, and to organize activities to prevent injuries to children;
-To prohibit the use of sharp, sharp-edged, or unsafe tools and equipment that may cause injury to children, and, if necessary, install a barrier, guard, and appoint a supervisor.
-To take necessary measures to prevent children from being involved in road and traffic accidents in kindergartens, schools, and public streets and roads.
-To ensure unimpeded access to public transport on the first lane of the road, to impose a fine to drivers who block bus stops, and deduct points for violating the traffic rules.
-To paint road signs and markings in the territory of the capital city, to construct dams, storm water drainage networks, ravines, public land waste, and snow removal.
-Under the Capital City Governor's Order No. A / 1008 “On Establishment of a Working Group” for 2021, the relevant officials were instructed to develop the Capital City Charter following the law and introduce it to the regular meeting of the capital city officials.
CAPITAL CITY TRAINING, RESEARCH, AND PUBLIC RELATIONS AGENC