Huzhou unveils its key tasks on 2021 gov't agenda
Mayor Wang Gang delivers the government work report at the sixth session of the eighth Huzhou Municipal People's Congress that commenced in the city in East China's Zhejiang province on March 1. [Photo/WeChat account:huzhoufabu]
The key tasks on the 2021 government agenda were unveiled in the government work report delivered by Mayor Wang Gang on March 1.
Wang delivered the report at the sixth session of the eighth Huzhou Municipal People's Congress that commenced in the city in East China's Zhejiang province.
According to the plan, local authorities will further lower the cost of living and starting a business in the city.
This year, Huzhou plans to attract 120,000 college students and more than 1,000 high-profile professionals to the city.
It will also strive to be a national pilot zone for the high-quality development of the manufacturing sector.
In addition, a total of 600 investment projects each worth above 100 million yuan are set to be introduced.
Efforts will be made to build Huzhou into a consumption hub in the Yangtze River Delta and facilitate its integration with surrounding cities including Jiaxing and Hangzhou.
The percentage of days with good air quality this year is targeted to be above 85 percent. The average PM2.5 (particulate matter with a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometers) density is expected to be less than 25 micrograms per cubic meter.
The government also plans to create a total of 100,000 urban jobs and makes strides in the upgrading of old residential communities and rural revitalization.
Furthermore, the city will initiate the construction on 27 compulsory education schools and build or renovate 17 kindergartens.