Research on Community Public Affairs Management after “Removing Villages and Building Houses”

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In 2013, according to the opinions of Linan municipal government, the civil affairs bureau conducted a survey on the 11th neighborhood committee in the main urban area and carried out the work of removing villages and building houses. At that time, the 11 turnover neighborhood committees in Lin’an were actually run in accordance with the administrative villages since 2002, which were only nominally called the residents’ committees. In August 2017, according to the instructions of the state council, Lin’an was officially designated as Hangzhou’s administrative jurisdiction. In order to speed up the integration into the main urban area of Hangzhou, promote the internationalization of the city, solve the urban governance problems, and respond to the needs of the masses, a new batch of “remove villages and build houses” work began to be carried out in Lin’an district. With Lin’an withdraw after completion of work to make the city divided into districts, the acceleration of urban development, urban management needs more and more obvious, residents living environment, social services and so on various aspects of expected to improve, especially the villagers living in the city center area, use rural management way, farmer’s way of life, do not coordinate with the rapid urbanization, the operation mode of the community of residents’ desire for community, to accelerate the withdrawal village into the community. However, whether the public service capacity of various government departments can keep up with the pace of urbanization, and whether the connection between different departments is smooth and appropriate, are the questions we urgently need to know at present.

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Liu, J. (2019) Research on Community Public Affairs Management after “Removing Villages and Building Houses”. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 7, 70-80. doi: 10.4236/jss.2019.78006.

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