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Dear investors!

We are glad to welcome you to the Marevo district!

Marevo is the eco-friendly, clean woodland district with lots of spectacular places and great potential for business related to recreation, fishing and hunting.

The Marevo district possesses the advantage of being the “area of economic preferences”. All the businesses registered in the district enjoy the terms of Economic Preference Zone Provisions.

Our main goal is the higher standards of living for the district’s citizens through creation of the new workplaces, salary raise, higher education level, better health care and service quality.

This positive result, though, can only be achieved through unity of government, society, and business. We are open for new serious projects in different areas of business and for partnership with both domestic and international businesspeople. The district administration is working tirelessly to ensure the most welcoming investment climate in the district.

We are ready for cooperation.

I welcome all the interested enterprises, executives and organizations to the Marevo district for further partnership.

Thank you for your attention!

Respectfully,
Andrey Alexandrovich Vasilyev,
Marevo district head.

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Historical reference

Maryovo... for the first this name was  mentioned in the chronicles of the twelfth century.

This volost was divided into 10 dozens, which had in average 20 villages. In all in the volost there were 209 villages with 314 houses and 734 peasants on quitrent. The volost was pretty rich. Its Inhabitants engaged in blacksmithing, and were famous by fur trade and wild-honey farming. But these areas were quite out-of-the-way, forest and swampy. The current names Zaborov'ye, the village of Krasny Bor, Osin khutor, etc. confirm this.

When Velikiy Novgorod lost independence, the maryovtsy firmly linked their fate to Moscow Rus. Аfter the annexation of Novgorod to Moscow in 1478, the huge territory of about 1,000 square kilometers was confiscated in favor of the Grand Duke of Moscow. In the period of 1478-1495 years, all lands were donated to the estates. In 1495, Derevskaya Pyatina had the record "The volost of the Grand Duke Velilla sitting boyars children and landlords".

As the land in Russia was the main wealth, it was often taken a census, given all the opportunities to increase the collection of tribute. Moscow scribes had inventory of Moreva volost in 1495. The volost center was a churchyard Moreva which later became Maryovo.

At the end of the fifteenth century, Moreva had repeatedly attacked by Lithuanian troops, and in 1612-1617 it was occupied by Lithuanian and Swedish. As mentioned in the documents of 1620 the volost Moreva was nearly empty and there was no population. People were returning from Moscow places in 1620-1622.
Morevskaya volost was also mentioned in 1678 and 1710. However, in the XIX century, it was named Moiseevskaya and belonged to Demyansk County.

After the reform of 1861, the village Marevskoy significant changed: the peasants became an more efficient and more educated, they left the village to work in St. Petersburg and other cities.

Village Maryovo was the center of the Moiseevskaya volost of the Demyansk County. It was located on the road Demyansk — Holm. In 1882, the Velilskoy, Moiseevskaya and Molvotitskoy volost consisted of 347 villages with the population of 18,000 people. Private property, profit, self-interest and speculative trading were the driving force of the village life.

The news of the revolution came to Matyovo by the telegraph. Class struggle was flared up in the spring and summer of 1918. But the local authority had been strengthened, and the rebellions were suppressed.
Beginning of collectivization in our area began with the collective farm "October", organized in 1929 in the village Sidorovo of Novorusskiy Village Council. Nevertheless, khutors continued to exist after collectivization.

In August 1941, the fascist army reached the district boundaries (Molvotitsky district was in the Leningrad region).

By February 1942, the Soviet Army in conjunction with the guerrillas almost completely liberated Molvotitsky land from invaders.

By the early 50's, the area under cereals, flax, potatoes were restored as well as cattle head. In the fields, there were tractors, planters, combines, threshers:

  • In 1950, the consolidation of collective farms was carried out, 34 artels were formed from 193 farms.
  • Marevsky district with the district center Maryovo was formed in 1967.
  • In 1968, a music school was opened in the village Maryovo.
  • In 1970, the area was completely electrified.
  • In 1972, the flights of Yak-40 began in the route Maryovo — Leningrad.
  • In 1975, the hotel with dining room was opened in the village Maryovo.
  • In 1976, Marevskaya automatic telephone exchange was commissioned and the first viewers visited the cinema "Victory".

History of Marevskiy district is inextricably linked with the history of Russia, and it is still going on...

Geographical description

Administrative and territorial structure of the municipality.

Maroyvsky metropolitan area is the municipality, consisting of four villages.

It includes 139 human settlements, adjacent public lands and other lands, regardless of ownership and purpose.

The administrative, cultural and economic center of the Maroyvskiy municipal area is the village Maryovo. The district center is located at 94 kilometers to the south of the railway station Lytchkovs, and to 234 kilometers south of the city of V. Novgorod.

The Maroyvsky district covers an area of 1818.69 square kilometers, including 1361.5 square kilometers with forests, 230.66 sq km of agricultural lands and 142.23 sq.km of swamps.

The area is located in the Valdai Hills, so it has good conditions for runoff and drainage. Hilly and undulating surface promotes discharge of atmospheric water. Not only the relief, but also provision with moraine soil in aligned relief elements promote to area drainage.

The total area of lakes and rivers is 1081 ha. The rivers and lakes are rich in fish: trout, roach, bream, tench, pike, grayling, chub, burbot, rudd, bleak, etc.

The climate is formed by high cyclonic activity, which results to the prevalence here the Atlantic air masses in all seasons, along with them the continental air masses are also dominated here.

The average annual temperature in the district is +4.1 °. The warmest month, July, has a monthly average temperature of +17.1 °, and the coldest month (January) has a monthly average temperature of  −8.5 °. The absolute temperature minimum is −50 °, and the average temperature minimum is −31 °. The average duration without freezing is 133 days, the maximum one is  170 days. The average daily air temperature transition is 5 degrees in the spring on April 19 and October 13 in the autumn, the number of days with temperatures above +5 ° is 177 days. The period with air temperatures over +10 ° lasts 133 days. The number of days with snow cover is 130 days. The average date of the snow cover formation is December 8, the earliest one is November 2.

The southern and south-westerly winds are dominated for all year round. Annual wind speeds are low and in average it is about 3-4 m/s.

Summarizing the climate data, as the most important factor in the development of agricultural production, it may be noted that, along with some of the negative phenomena in general, the climate favors the development of the area under cultivation of crops.

Natural resources

Soil Parent rocks in the area are Quaternary sediments:  water-glacial sands, moraine loam, two-term deposits and alluvial deposits. The large-scale mapping shows the following soil types: podzolic, swamped and podzolic, bogged, sod and fertile ones.

Soils with little humus are dominated. To obtain good yields it is necessary to use of organic and mineral fertilizers.

Currently, the district has 23 deposits of peat, 9 deposits of sand and gravel. The peat deposits includ 11 industrial fields, with total reserves of 6,955 tons (at 40 % moisture).

In the south-west of the settlement "Koroloyvo" (the territory of the Velilskiy village council) there is a deposit of limestone - the site "Snegirevo" (reserves are 234 cubic meters, M-200), limestone can be used for the production of crushed stone for road surface.

Sand and sand and gravel material

  • Allocated fund - 1 with the deposit of 168 000 m³.
  • Unallocated fund - 1 with the deposit of 104 000 m³.
  • Unaccounted balance:
    • Ovsyannikovo near the village Ovsyannikovo, 17 km from the village Marevo. Balance reserves is 575 000 m³;
    • Andreevschina near the village Andreevschina, 13 km from the village Marevo. Balance reserves is 474000 m³.
    • Sedlovschina, on the right bank of the river Runa near the village Sedlovschina, 13 km from the village. Marevo. Balance reserves is 365000 m³;
    • Molvotitsy near the village Molvotitsy, 19 km from the village Marevo. Balance reserves is 344 000 m³;
    • Yam near the village Yam, 16 km from the villsge Marevo. Balance reserves is 272000 m³, that are promising for subsequent phases of exploration work;
    • Gvozdevo near the village Gvozdevo, 22 km from the villsge Marevo. Probable reserves is 400 000 m³;
    • Belyankino near the village Belyankino, 22 km from the villsge Marevo. Probable reserves is 1300000 m³.

Peat

  • Previously-mined deposits ("Avdeev Moh" - 1 with the deposits of 116 tons);
  • Reserve - 6 with 5526 tons of supplies;
  • Perspective for the subsequent stages of exploration work, with reserves 39,337 tonnes.

Clay and carbonate rocks in the area are not available.

Geobotanically the district belongs to the mixed coniferous and deciduous forests. Large areas are covered by the birch and aspen forests. On watersheds, there are: oak, maple, elm, lime mixed with birch and aspen. The juniper is widespread in the shrub undergrowth.

Mainly the meadows are upland. Their plant cover is gramineous and rich in herbs. In the grass stand the most characteristic plants are: sweet ear, pickerel, Belous, meadow bluegrass, bentgrass, meadow sorrel, yarrow, meadow knapweed, geranium, buttercup, clover species, common sedge, etc.

Archaeological, architectural, urban planning and nature memorials

The area attracts more and more archaeologists, who trace sustainable population of counties since IV-IX centuries. Archaeological finds of earlier time are likely to be discovered here. The Valdai glaciation took place on the southern part of the area; it largely defined the picturesque terrain of these places, filling the lakes of the Volga headwaters.

There are many monuments of material culture in the archaeological map of the Maroyvskiy area:

  • 24 Barrow Group, 5 barrows, 10 zhalniks,
  • 2 Barrow and zhalniks burials, 24 hills,
  • 7 hill groups, 2 Villages, 2 ancient settlements.

Monuments of Architecture and Urban Planning are: Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin in the village Maryovo, the church of the Assumption Blessed  Virgin in the villsge Velilly, the country estate "Fedyaevshina" with the park of Velilla, the manor park of the village Odoeve, Shamsheva estate with the park of v. Odoeve, landscape object "Gorodets".

The manor "Hlebalovo" with the park of regular layout of the nineteenth century is mostly notable between the monuments of landscape art highlights, it being a favorite vacation place of visitors and residents of the area. In the park, there is a spring of brackish water. Long time it flows with the speed of 1.5 liters per second. "Maroyvskiy Forestry" carries out the park landscaping. The areas near a spring, pond and oak are improved, the pond cascade is cleaning.

Main natural wealth of the district is the forest

The total forest area is 136161ga, 74.9% of the territory is small-leaved and coniferous forests.
The total area of forestland is 151,007 hectares, including groups of forests:

Group I — protective forest belts along railways, highways, federal, republican and region roads-1290 ha;

Group I — forbidden forest strips along rivers, lakes and other bodies of water - 17,570 hectares;

Group II — 132,147 hectares in total.

Of the total area:

  • wooded area -133208 ha;
  • unwooded area -2953 ha;
  • non-forest land 14846 ha.

The total stock of plantations is in total 23295.4 thousand m3, including: ripe and overripe 8660.4 thousand m3.

The overall average increase - 432.5 thousand m3.

The average age - 55 years.

The Year of the forest management - in 2001 and 1998.

The felling age in the forests og the 2ng groupe (year):

  • Pine, spruce - 81-100;
  • birch, black alder - 61-70;
  • aspen, alder - 41-50.

Reforestation Fund in total - 1373 ha, including:

  • dead stands - 8 ha;
  • cut-over land - 1515 ha.

The annual volume of reforestation is 380 hectares (in fact - 442 ha), including by the methods:

  • Seedling and sapling - 220 ha (in fact - 209.5 ha);
  • Promote natural regeneration - 160 hectares (in fact - 232.5 ha).

There is a forest nursery base area of 17 hectares to ensure planting.

The total growing-stock is: 23295.4 thousand m³, including conifers: 7899.5 thousand m³, of which:

  • adult wood is 6442.2 thousand m³, including conifers: 2501.9 thousand m³,
  • overripe wood is 2218.2 thousand m ³, including conifers: 249.2 thousand m³,
  • including by the types:
    • pine: 2931.3 thousand m³,
    • spruce: 4963.5 thousand m³,
    • birch: 10105.5 thousand m³,
    • asp: 3340.6 thousand m³.

The forest growth area is an area of coniferous and deciduous forests.

Special protected Areas are:

  • Natural Monument "Krasnensky Bor" of 288 ha;
  • The landscape park "Hlebalovo" of 5.3 hectares;
  • The pine forests on the Kamov ridges;
  • Marevka river canyon near the village Odoevo;
  • The river Pola loop near the village Lubna.

Social description

The population of the district at the beginning of 2012 was 4,474 people (on 01.01.2011 it was 4875 people). For 5 years (2007-2011), the population of the area has decreased by 634 people.

The demographic situation in the region continues to be characterized by population decline.

In 2011,  38 births were recorded in the district (in 2010 this figure was 42). The birth rate (per 1,000 people) was 8.3 (in 2010 it was 8.9). In 2011 37 marriages were registered in the district, it is more for 14 than in the corresponding period of last year (in 2010, 23 marriage were registered), 19 marriages were divorced (in 2010 thus figure was 21 marriage).

The district economy employs 2329 people. The average monthly wage in large and medium-sized enterprises in 2011 amounted to 13,716.10 rubles or 99.1 % compared to 2010. The average area wage growth is 111.5 %.

01.01.2012 48 people are registered as unemployment that is 20 people less than in this period of last year.
Unemployment rate as of 01.01.2012 amounted to 1.74 %, which is less than 0.76 %.

There are 147 unemployed persons, that is 50 unemployed less compared with the corresponding period of 2010.

Administration of the district, together with the employment service has an active policy on the labor market. Annually the activities that involve public works, employment of minor citizens during the summer vacation, temporary employment, and employment of graduates aged 18-20 years are realized.

In order to save work places and to provide additional income to unemployed citizens and citizens who are at risk of dismissal the implemented programs to promote employment and reduce tensions on the labor market is carried out. There were no mass reduction in enterprises and organizations og the Maroyvskiy area in 2011.

Economic and investment potential

Economic potential

On 01.01.2012 the agricultural production in the district was carried out by is 1 APC, 2 organizations, 16 farms and 2110 personal subsidiary plots.

Analysis of agricultural production by farm types shows that the leading role is occupied by family farms. In the district there are 1053 heads of pigs (that is 120.8 % compared to last year, including 618 heads in the agricultural organizations (119.1 %), 354 heads in households (122.3 %), 81 heads in farms (119,1 %). There are 318 heads of sheep and goats (138.3 %), including 318 heads (138.3 %) of  On 01.01.2012 farms area was — 727.3 tons of milk, which is compared to last year 87.0 %, including LPH - 695.0 tons (85.5 %) and farms — 32.3 tons (140.4 %), and  2 horses (100 %).

On 01.01.2012, the district farms produced 727.3 tons of milk, which is 87.0 % compared to last year, personal subsidiary plots producing 695.0 tons (85.5 %) and farms producing 32.3 tons (140.4 %). The production of live weight meat  was 331.2 tons (150.7 %), including 185.6 tons produced by the collective farms, 137.8 tons (99.1 %)produced by the personal subsidiary plots and 7.8 tons (78,0 %) produced by the farms.

Consumer market is one of the major sectors of the district economy; it is an indicator of socio-economic development.

The consumer market of the Maroyvskiy district consists of 56 sales outlets including: 48 shops, 1 sales place, seven trade halls, 7 catering points, and of selling site with the square of 1 700 m². Trade is the most successful economic sector in the consumer market of the district.

Retail trade turnover (all channels of sales) for 2011 was 101.4 % (376.3 million rubles.) to the same period of last year (in current prices).

Public catering turnover amounted to 13.4 million rubles that is 80.2 % against the same period of last year.

Infrastructure

The sole provider of utility services in the district is "Demyansk interdistrict branch" of the LLC “MP ZhKKh "Novzhilkommunservis", it services:

  • 13 Boilers with the capacity of 14.76 Gcal,
  • 6.06 km of heat networks including  2.00 km of old ones,
  • 59.88 km of water networks, 35.4 km  of which are dilapidated,
  • 1.5 km of sewer network, 1.5 km of which  are dilapidated,
  • 21 wells.

Municipal education system consists of 9 educational institutions. It includes:

  • 2 secondary schools of the autonomous municipal educational institutions (v.Maryovo, v. Molvotitsy);
  • 1 mainstream school of the autonomous municipal institution in the village Sedlovschina;
  • 5 autonomous municipal pre-schools;
  • Children's Center of supplementary education in the village Maryovo.

The number of students (pupils) is 389 pupils of secondary schools; 190 children of preschool education. Most preschools and schools in the district have many free places.

The system of additional education consists of Central holiday club, which is visited by 180 children, there are 14 art groups:

  • 6  artistic and aesthetic units,
  • 4  physical culture and sports units,
  • 2 ecology and biology units,
  • 2 tourist and local history units.

The Administration of the Marevskiy municipal district focuses efforts on the development of physical culture and sports, healthy lifestyle.

Sports base of the district consists of the following structures:

  • 2 standard sports halls (in the schools of the villages Molvotitsy and Sedlovschina),
  • 4 custom sports halls (in the schools of the villages Molvotitsy, Sedlovschina, and in the Education.

Department of  Marevskiy municipal area):

  • 18 athletic fields,
  • ski run.

Chess and football clubs operate in the district.

Communications

Maroyvskiy production of Valdai communication(s) center of Branch "Novgorodtelecom" of JSC "North-West Telecom" provides telecommunications services in the area.

Postal facilities

The district postal service office has eight departments.

Transport

The total length of roads Maroyvskiy municipal area is 321.5 km., Including 235,62 km of the roads of Novgorodavtodora:

  • 101.29 km with asphalt surface;
  • 96,73 km with gravel surface;
  • 37,6 km with sand-clay surface;

The length of Local roads is 81.4 km:

  • 31.3 km. of municipal roads including 31,3 km with sand-clay serface;
  • 50,1 kv of roads in rural settlements including:
    • 6,61 km with asphalt surface;
    • 43,5 km with sand-clay surface.

For the repair and maintenance of roads and streets of the area of rural settlements in 2011, the local budget spends 1379.00 rubles.

The square of the road and street network in the district is 1602.85 thousand m².

There are 14 reinforced-concrete bridges.

Maroyvskiy area is connected by road to Veliky Novgorod (234 km), Ostashkov (100 km), Holm (84 km), and railway station Lychkovo (94 km).

Power supply

Energy supply of the area is carried out by power line Maryovo - Tuhomichy with the capacity of 110 kV; PLMaryovo — Demyansk with the capacity 110 kV , and PL Maryovo — Molvotitsy — Demyansk with the capacity of 35 kV.

The district has 671,3 km of electric power networks including:

  • 16,5 km of old networks,
  • 157 substations.

In the district the Valdai branch of JSC «Novgorod regional utility power network," the Branch Valdayskiy electrical networks of JSC "Novgorodenergo" serve the electrical network.

Media

The district has local socio-political newspaper "Maryovo" with 986 copies.

Contacts of the persons, who are responsible for the investment activity

Head of the district administration
Vasilyev Andrey Aleksandrovich
Phone: +7 (81663) 2-12-42.

Deputy of the municipal district Head
Lovtsova Marina Vladimirovna
Phone: +7 (81663) 2-13-42.

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