Press Reporter News Service
Chandigarh, October 17
Consumer costs for the door-to-door assortment of rubbish, permission for displaying commercial on 55 rest room blocks for 5 years and operation of public bogs blocks in villages and colonies are among the outstanding objects on the agenda for the Municipal Company Home assembly scheduled for October 20.
A young for 390 automobiles to gather segregated waste for Rs29 crore has already been allotted
and the Municipal Company will begin the door-to-door assortment within the coming months. Lacking from the agenda is reviewing enhanced water tariffs within the UT.
“Lacking from the agenda is the evaluation of the improved water tariff within the UT and the difficulty of Sector 23 cubicles’ hire, which is being promised by BJP councillors for the previous one month,” stated Congress councillor Satish Kumar from Ward No. 11.
Councillors and MC officers will even talk about the proposed amendments to the Chandigarh Rural Rehabilitation Building and Reconstruction Constructing Bylaws, 2017. The agenda checklist additionally mentions compensation within the licence payment to licensees of paid parking areas because of Covid-19.