Some Solutions in Local Development Through Public Projects. The Case of Vorona Commune from Botosani County
Keywords:local development, public projects, technical-edilitary endowment, investment objectives, asphalting of communal roads, school rehabilitation and modernization works
In order to improve the socio-economic conditions at the community level, local development efforts are needed, within which it is necessary to contract and implement adequate public projects. Through its content, this paper aims to analyze the process of two development public projects to highlight the results - asphalted communal roads and rehabilitated and modernized secondary school - on the quality of life of members of the local community in Vorona Commune, Botosani County. By asphalting some roads in the commune, the access of the locals to different units of public interest has been improved, as well as the attraction of possible investors in the area. Carrying out the rehabilitation and modernization works of the school determined the improvement of the educational infrastructure, the optimization of the conditions for the teaching process, the increase of the schoolchildren's comfort, these effects finally materializing in the improvement of the school results.
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