Despite the war and the associated significant burden on the budgets of various levels, no one canceled the costs of repairs to the housing stock. Thus, according to local media, 135 roofs that were in a state of emergency or were damaged by enemy shelling were repaired in Dnipro as of the end of November.
It would be absurd to focus on the very fact of carrying out such works, because it is about the safety of citizens living in these buildings. However, after analyzing the orders made by the Dnipro utility companies during the fall, we discovered significant overpayments. Demonstrative care for citizens can lead to budgetary losses of more than 20% of the total amount of contracts. Moreover, this is definitely worth more careful investigationg.