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TV presenter and former candidate in presidents of Russia Ksenia Sobchak, currently located in St. Petersburg, was forced to spend the night in a hotel and not his apartment, because of dirt near the entrance of her home. She wrote about this in his Telegram channel.
“I’m Peter by the way, yesterday I slept at a hotel and not at home, paid the extra 350 to hometown, specifically because in my boats I would have just drowned in the shitty mess at the front,” said Sobchak (original spelling and punctuation preserved — approx. “Of the tape.ru”).
Later she posted another message in which recommended to send to St. Petersburg all dissatisfied with the landscaping in Moscow. “Just for the weekend, like — shit hybrids. And then as a joke “your Galya-a spoiled”. Hell, dirt and cereal and I in the Russian hinterland is not seen. It’s a shame for the hometown horrible” — said the presenter.
Previously, on 11 February, Vice-Governor of Saint-Petersburg Nikolay Bondarenko explained the snow collapse the city’s lack of funding housing and communal services sector. “The amount of equipment that the last time mass was purchased in 2011, we are unable to provide normal snow removal. And if it does not change, the situation will be repeated in future,” warned the official.
In February, the snow depth in St. Petersburg reached 49 cm, before that it was 48 inches. In the aftermath of the January heavy snowfall, the citizens began to actively complain about inadequate street cleaning, and because of the thaw began to receive complaints and leaking roofs.
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