The funds, which the Crimean city of Evpatoria could gain from a resort fee before the Kerch bridge is put in operation, will be enough to bring the city in order, the head of the Yalta city administration, Andrey Filonov, announced today.
He specified that if that fee had been imposed, an amount collected annually would have reached 240 million rubles. An average of 120 million rubles would have been spent on landscaping and gardening.
He reminded that in four years there would be a boom due to the completion of the Kerch Bridge construction, what would attract tourist to the Crimea. “We would put things in order and we would get an absolutely Italian city here,” Andrey Filonov noted.