Pamporovo is ready for the new skiing season

2008-10-27   |  visitbulgaria.net

Pamporovo mountain resort is ready to welcome tourists for the new skiing season, announced the resort managers. The vice governor of Smolyan – engineer Dimitar Krastanov pointed that all of the important infrastructure projects in the regions are completed. He assured that the new electricity station in the resort is about to start operating before the official start of the season. The draining canal for the refuse waters and the branches of the collector are already operating.

The local authorities plan to start additional water supply from the first uplift – Mugla.
Substation Pamporovo is already completed and is about to start operating.

Only the rehabilitation of the road between Progled and Pamporovo is left to be completed. The authorities had already chosen a company to execute the project and it will be financed by operative program “Regional Development”.

The main infrastructure in Pamporovo is already completed, except for the purifying station for waste waters. The station is planned to be constructed in the direction Pamporovo – Stoykite, announced the vice regional governor.

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