Ust-Ilimsky district

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Ust-Ilimsky district - was formed from parts of the Bratsk and Nizhneilimsky districts in 1968 year, and there were 13 settlements. Now includes 9 municipalities in which there are 14 settlements, of which 1 is a working village and 9 villages, 3 villages, 1 village.


Geographical position

The Ust-Ilimsk District is located in the north-west of the Irkutsk Region, in the basins of the middle flow of the Angara and the upper flow of the Podkamennaya Tunguska, in the southern half of Central Siberia. The extreme points of the territory of the region are 59 ° 18 ′ and 56 ° 42′North latitude and 102 ° 35 ′ and 104 ° 56 ′ East longitude. Absolute heights within the region vary from 185 to 946 m.[1]


District history

Ust-Ilimsky District is formed February, 15 1968 of the year. Initially, Ust-Ilimsk soviet, Vorobevsky, Keulsky, Podjelansky and Nizhnyamansky village councils, which were part of the Bratsky district, were included in its structure. On May 6, 1976, the Tubinsky Village Council was transferred to the Ust-Ilimsk District from the Nizhneilimsky District.[2]

General information

Municipal entity "Ust-Ilimsk District" with the administrative center in the city Ust-Ilimsk located in the north-west of the Irkutsk region. The area of ​​the territory is 3,659.6 thousand hectares, which is 4.9% of the area of ​​the Irkutsk region. The population of the district on January 1, 2008 was 21.3 tych. person. The Ust-Ilimsk district belongs to localities equivalent to the regions of the Far North. The MO "Ust-Ilimsky District" borders on the Katangsky, Ust-Kutsky, Nizhne-Ilimsky, Bratsk and Chunsky districts of the Irkutsk Region, as well as the Krasnoyarsk Territory and the Evenk Autonomous District (as part of the Krasnoyarsk Territory).


Municipalities

The following municipalities are formed on the territory of Ust-Ilimsk District:

  • Badarminskoye with the administrative center in the item Badarminsk;
  • Ershovsky (s.Ershovo);
  • Keul;
  • Nevonskoye (p.Nevon);
  • Podjelanskoe (p.Podelanka);
  • Sedanovskoye (Sedanovo);
  • Tubinskoe (p. Tubinsky);
  • Educhanskoe (p. Educhanka);
  • Railway municipality with the status of an urban settlement.

Administration structure

In the structure of the administration of the municipal formation "Ust-Ilimsk district" (hereinafter - District Administration) includes:

Officials

  • Mayor of the Ust-Ilimsk District Municipality - Head of the Ust-Ilimsk District Municipal Administration;
  • First Deputy Mayor of the Ust-Ilimsk District Municipality (First Deputy Mayor);
  • Deputy Mayor of the Municipal Formation "Ust-Ilimsk District" for economic issues (Deputy Mayor for Economic Affairs);
  • Deputy Mayor of the Municipal Formation “Ust-Ilimsk District” on social issues (Deputy Mayor for social issues);
  • manager;

Sectoral (functional) bodies of the District Administration

  • The Committee on Economics and Finance, endowed with the rights of a legal entity;
  • Property Management Committee, endowed with the rights of a legal entity;
  • Department of Education, endowed with the rights of a legal entity;
  • Department of Economy and Small Business;
  • Department of housing and communal services;
  • Department of Architecture and Urban Planning;
  • Legal department;
  • Department of Civil Defense and Emergencies, mobilization training, law enforcement;
  • Department for placement of municipal orders;
  • Department of culture, physical culture, sports and work with young people;
  • Common department;
  • Archive department;
  • Ust-Ilimsk district commission on juvenile affairs and protection of their rights;
  • Administrative Commission;
  • Secretary of the head of administration;
  • Assistant Mayor of the Ust-Ilimsk District Municipality.

Architecture and urban planning

The local significance of the municipal area in the field of architecture and urban planning include:

  • approval of the territorial planning schemes of the municipal district, approval of the territory planning documentation prepared on the basis of the territorial planning scheme of the municipal district;
  • maintaining an information system to support urban development activities;
  • issuing permits for the installation of advertising structures in the territory of the municipal district, revoking such permits, issuing orders for the dismantling of newly established advertising structures in the territory of the municipal district.

Mineral resources.

In the Ust-Ilimsk region, the development of the Zheronsk coal deposit with a design capacity of a mine under construction of 3 million tons has been explored and started. coal per year (40 km north-east of Ust-Ilimsk). Coal of the Zheronskoye deposit, according to its qualitative characteristics, can be used not only to meet local needs (mainly boiler houses), but also in a refined form can be supplied by water to the Krasnoyarsk Territory and for export. No less important minerals of the Ust-Ilimsk region are magnetite iron ores from the Kalaevsky, Moldavansky, Neryundinsky, Polivsky and other deposits. The development of these deposits is possible only through the creation of new mining and processing plants, which is hardly feasible in the next 5-10 years. In the Ust-Ilimsk region, a zeolite deposit (Badarminskoe) has also been discovered, and there are promising manifestations of zeolites. 6 fields of natural building materials have been explored, of which 3 are exploited (Doleritovoye, Kashimskoye, Karyer 45) and 3 are prepared for development (Karyer 78, Silakhtinskoye, Yarosamskoye) - all near the town of Ust-Ilimsk.


Agro-industrial complex.

The agro-industrial complex is represented by 8 collective agricultural enterprises and 33 farms, 49 collective horticultural, gardening associations of citizens. The actual agricultural land area is relatively small - 28.4 thousand hectares (0.8% of the territory). The arable fund is represented mainly by soils developed from under the taiga forests, the natural crop potential of which is almost 1.5 times lower than the regional average for grain crops and 2 times for vegetables, potatoes and forage lands. Climatic conditions are also generally unfavorable for crop production, and the yield level of all crops in the area is below the average oblast. The land resource potential allows developing suburban-type agriculture with mandatory intensification of soil fertility enhancement.

Social sphere. Education.

As of 01/01/2004, there are 11 secondary municipal educational institutions, one evening (shift) school, one regional center for supplementary education for children, one children's and youth sports school, and 11 pre-school educational institutions. The number of students in general education schools is 3129, in preschool institutions 619, in the regional center of additional education 892, in the youth sports school 480.


Economy, Agriculture

The backbone of the economy of the Ust-Ilimsk region was logging, designed to provide raw materials Ust-Ilimsk LPK. The wood resources of the Ust-Ilimsk region are 639.6 million cubic meters. The proportion of conifers when harvesting reaches 95-97%.

Ust-Ilimsk district has forest lands (91% of the territory) and agricultural lands (2.8%). The area of ​​agricultural land is relatively small - 28.4 thousand hectares (0.8% of the territory). To provide the population with agricultural products, the agriculture of the region was reconstructed. The Ust-Ilimsk reservoir flooded the best agricultural lands of the northern zone of the Bratsk-Ust-Ilimsk region TPKincluding the famous Ilim arable land. Under the water took 23.9 thousand hectares. farmland, of which 14 thousand ha. arable land.

Ust-Ilimsk district has a significant area of ​​hunting grounds (3417.8 thousand hectares) and is traditionally one of the hunting grounds. But the most significant role in the overall natural resource potential of the area is played by hydropower resources, the reserves of which are estimated at 22.2 billion kW / h. The development of the Zheronsk coal deposit with a design capacity of a mine under construction at 3 million tons of coal per year has been explored and started on the territory of the district. The reserves of the Kapayevsky, Moldavansky, Neryundinsky, Polivsky and other deposits of magnetite iron ores have been explored, but not developed. The development of these deposits is possible only through the creation of new mining and processing plants. Badarminsky field of zeolites was revealed. 6 fields of natural building materials have been explored, of which Doleritovoye, Kashimskoye, Karyer 45, and Karyer 78, Silakhtinskoye and Yarosamskoye are exploited for exploitation.

In the Ust-Ilimsk region, 113 businessmen are registered and work in trade and in rendering household and transport services, IlimSibles LLC, Trailing LLC. In the field of forestry, logging and the provision of services operates 20 enterprises. The Vishnevsky farm is working stably.

Leisure

There are 12 clubs, 12 libraries, 2 open access information centers in cultural institutions. The regional children's art school, 58 formations and amateur associations, two of which - the Russian song chorus of the Keul rural House of Culture and the folklore group "Sudarushka" of the regional House of Culture. Nevon - have the title "People's".


Tourist potential.

In the area there is the Badarma river, where in springtime lovers of extreme types of tourism make a rafting. A winter hut was built 110 km from Ust-Ilimsk, conditions were created for classes in tourism and competitions. In the wintering area, the area where a volleyball court, a fireplace with cooking appliances, a dining table, outdoor toilets, a glacier cellar, and tent-pallets are put together from boards has been cleared from the forest, waste.


Standards of living.

The demographic situation in the Ust-Ilimsk region is characterized by a decrease in the population: as of January 1, 2002, the population permanently residing in the district was 22.8 thousand people, as of January 1, 2003 - 22.2 thousand people (97.3% of 2002). ). The main factor contributing to the decline in the number is the migration flow (the number of departures exceeds the number of citizens who have arrived). In total, according to estimates for 2002, 285 people were born in the region, 296 people died, the number of deaths exceeded the number of births 1.03 times. In 2002, an increase in the birth rate was observed: in 2002, the birth rate was 11.9 people (per 1,000 inhabitants), whereas in 2001 this figure was 8.5 (per 1,000 inhabitants) The mortality rate in 2002 was 12.4 (per 1000 inhabitants), whereas in 2001 it was 10.4 (per 1000 inhabitants). The level of total mortality does not exceed regional indicators.

Notes

  1. Magomedov M.M. Nature of the Ust-Ilimsk region. - Irkutsk: Publishing House of the Institute of Geography of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2003. p. 6.
  2. Magomedov M.M. Nature of the Ust-Ilimsk region. - Irkutsk: Publishing House of the Institute of Geography of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2003. p. 7.

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