(HBO) - Amidst the encroachment on roads, Ban Trong hamlet, Dinh Cu commune, Lac Son district of Hoa Binh province has deployed boundary marker measures to prevent the problem in the locality.
Ban Trong hamlet, Dinh Cu commune, Lac Son district, places boundary marker to prevent encroachment on traffic roads in the locality
Bui Van Cup, head of Ban Trong hamlet, said that the commune has deployed boundary marker to expand the internal roads in the hamlet to 8 meters wide. The markers have been placed at both ends of the road and at turning points. Local residents all have agreed not to encroach the markers. To date, the locality has completed marking the two-km road through the locality with a total investment of more than 9 million VND (370 USD). The budget was contributed by locals.
The marking of Ban Trong's rural roads shows that with a small model but it can bring about great significance, helping localities to foster the movement of building advanced and model new-style rural areas.
The "household waste incinerator” model in the commune’s Bai Khue hamlet has helped raise awareness of the environmental protection among the households in the locality. Head of Bai Khua hamlet Bui Van Khoac said households in the hamlet live scatteredly and are far away from the district centre, so it is very difficult for centralised collection to treat waste. Because waste collection has not been carried out in the locality, littering has affected landscape and polluted the environment. The "household waste incinerator” model has helped reduce indiscriminate disposal that causes environmental pollution.
Along the road passing through Bai Khua hamlet, each household has built its own small waste incinerator. Garbage is collected to the kiln for treatment, helping reduce littering causing environmental pollution in the neighborhood.
These are just two of the many small models, but they are all considered to be of great significance, easy to make, and bring about practical results. These models have shown creativity, determination to build spacious, green, clean and beautiful areas, improving outlook, infrastructure, and the quality of life for the local residents.
On the afternoon of November 29, the Steering Committee completed the criteria for Hoa Binh city to be recognized as the type II urban area under Hoa Binh province at the first Steering Committee meeting. Comrade Bui Van Khanh, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee chaired.
Recently, to concretize the movement to join hands in building new rural areas, all levels of the Women's Union in Da Bac district have implemented many practical movements and activities. Thereby, it has been contributing to changing the face of the rural areas, positively contributing to the socio-economic development and improving the people's lives.
Recognising administrative reform as one of the key tasks, units and localities within the province have rolled out concerted measures to build an administrative apparatus that better serves the needs of the people and businesses.
Thanks to the implementation of important policies on forest resources protection and development, the forest coverage across Hoa Binh province now tops 51%. Forest-based economic activities have made relatively large contributions to the local economy.
Hoa Binh province currently has 1,275 reputable people, who are village elders, village heads, family leaders, and dignitaries of religious groups, living in ethnic-inhabited areas. Over the recent past, the provincial Department of Public Security has focused on promoting the role of 289 prestigious people in the "All people protect nation security” movement. These are all typical people, with many contributions in various patriotic emulation movements, helping ensure political security and social order and safety.
The steering committee for completing the standards to establish Luong Son town on November 16 held a meeting to evaluate the progress of implementing the criteria for turning Luong Son district into a town-level administrative unit by 2025, under the chair of the head of the steering committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Nguyen Van Toan.