The head of Yakutia Aisen Nikolaev discussed the options for building the bridge over the Lena River with the residents of Tabaga village, Yakutia 24 TV channel reports.
Nikolaev spoke about four construction options that affect the territory of the village.
“The last option for the bridge construction affects 40 residential buildings and about 90 land plots, which is quite a big price for the village. Moreover, Old Tabaga, being one of the oldest Yamschitsky villages, should remain. The most optimal option is to combine the construction of a shore protection dam and construction of access roads to the bridge. We can build a shore protection dam along the canal. In this case, residential buildings will not be affected. Of course, the cost will increase by 1,5 billion, but this will solve the problem,” said Aisen Nikolaev.
Having discussed all the options, the village residents agreed on the most optimal option. It is this version of the project that the head of Yakutia will defend at the federal level.
Earlier, Yakutia 24 TV channel reported that the residents of Old Tabaga, whose land plots would fall under the construction of Lena bridge allotment, would receive compensation.