Pyongyang, January 24 (KCNA) -- The people's power organs in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea are making strenuous efforts to fulfill their duties, true to the decisions of the Sixth Plenary Meeting of the Eighth Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea. The Kangwon Provincial People's Committee actively conducts the collective consultation on normalizing the operation of existing production processes and increasing the production of goods by tapping all potentials and possibilities of the province while striving to solve the knotty problems arising in stabilizing the people's life. The South Hwanghae Provincial People's Committee carries on the economic work to provide sufficient farming materials and manpower to suit the characteristics of the province, the biggest granary of the country, and to solve the problems arising in completing the project for water conservation and irrigation facilities before the farming season. The South Phyongan Provincial People's Committee has taken measures to manage rivers and streams and protect the ecological and living environment in the province, regarding it as an undertaking directly related to regional security and sustainable development. The Nampho City People's Committee has pushed ahead with the work to produce various finishing building materials by relying on local raw materials at building-materials production units rebuilt and remodeled last year, while urging the districts and counties to produce various kinds of finishing building materials by their own efforts. The Kangdong County People's Committee of Pyongyang City, in cooperation with researchers of the new technology research and dissemination center under the county commission of science and technology, is stepping up the work to produce the exterior wall tiles needed for housing construction with natural stone abundant in the region. The Onsong County People's Committee of North Hamgyong Province has pushed ahead with the work to make effective use of mountains on a long-term basis, thus creating raw-material forests for paper production and providing raw materials for regional industrial factories.