Kõmsi village society bought an old boiler house from the apartment association for one euro to build a village center there.
The boiler house stood empty for years and fell into disrepair. Lilia Urb, the chairman of Kõmsi village society, said that the company would put the boiler house in order, there would be a gym, sauna, meeting room and an office to rent out.
“It is a lot of questions during coronation whether there would be a place to work in peace and quiet for a week or a few days,” said Urb.
The agency received 5,000 euros in project money for the floors, and a fund created by the local wind farm owners provided support for the windows. “For doors, we are applying for support from the local initiative program,” said Urb.
By the end of June, it will be determined whether the company will be supported by LHV Bank with 20,000 euros. The Kõmsi village society got into six, from which the bank chooses the beneficiary. Candidate 53 communities. “For that money, we would make a roof and a facade,” said Urb.
The members of the village society build it themselves. So far, the inside of the boiler house has been demolished – the old floors have been removed and the partitions removed.
Kõmsi village society has almost 40 members.
Source: Lääne Elu by online.le.ee.
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