At the end of the year, the first stage of construction of the rescue and firefighting unit in Dubiecko was completed. This is an investment of the Municipal Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Przemyśl worth nearly PLN 20 million. A garage and technical facilities will be built. Seven firefighters are on duty every day. The building is scheduled to be commissioned at the end of 2023. This is one of five such investments in Podkarpacie, a similar one is being carried out, e.g. Dukla.
This is an element of improving the internal security of the state. Over the last few years, we have exceeded PLN 100 million in these two large uniformed services modernization programs in which the fire brigade participates – said Marek Kuchciński, head of the Prime Minister's Office.
A tender for the next stage of this task will be announced in the near future. Last year, support from the state budget amounted to PLN 10 million.
In Dubiecko, Marek Kuchciński also met with local government officials and residents as part of the nationwide Law and Justice tour "The future is Poland". According to the head of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, such meetings are to help create the party's program for the next election. The PiS politician reminded that over the last 7 years, the Dubiecko commune has received over PLN 150 million in government support. As part of the grant, m.in. 40 municipal roads, a bridge over the San in Sielnica was built and the water supply and sewage infrastructure was modernised. A coal allowance was also paid to 1,800 households, and nearly 1,500 children in the commune benefited from the Family 500+ programme. During the meeting, the following were discussed: about social programmes, Poland's security, as well as agriculture and rural development.
Marek Kuchciński emphasized that the investments were possible thanks to very good cooperation between the government and local governments and the Law and Justice's listening to the problems of residents.
Below are the investments for the Dubiecko commune implemented in 2016-2023