Mangaluru City Corporation to develop six parks, three crematoriums


Daijiworld Media Network –Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Jan 11: Aiming to improve the greenery and for the purpose of recreation Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) will develop six parks in the city.

Under the 15th State Finance Commission, the government has sanctioned Rs 23.45 crore for the year 2020-21. In this regard, the city corporation has finalised the action plan as per the guidelines issued by the government.

Of the amount, Rs 1,56,30,000 will be spent for the development of the six parks. Parks to be developed are-Park in Bangrakuloor ward at the cost of Rs 63 lac, park near Bhagavathi Temple in Kambala ward Rs 15 lac, park in Mangalanagara park and Jeppu park in Mangala Devi ward at the cost of Rs 30 lac, Park in Padavu west ward at the cost of Rs 18 lac and park at Kadri north ward at the cost of Rs 10.30 lac and a park near Mayor Bungalow in Mannagudda ward at the cost of Rs 20 lac.


Mangaluru City Corporation (file photo)

Play area for children, a walking track would come in these identified parks.

According to the officials in the corporation, the developed parks will be also maintained. Detailed Project report will be developed very soon.

Development of crematorium

The city corporation has come forward to develop three crematoriums in the city at an estimated cost of Rs 1.56 crore. The crematoriums to be developed are Nandigudda in Attavar ward at an estimated cost of Rs 36.33 lac, at Bajal ward at an estimated cost of Rs 20 lac and at Surathkal at an estimated cost of Rs 1 crore.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • abdulla, india

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    development is progress.
    but What ever you do ..do it professionally..scientifically
    well designed .. Architecture.
    Taken care of every single details.
    Simulate the project of 3 D on computer ..check the end result..correct all ambiguities.
    Short comings.. taking care for generations to come.
    No Jugaad..
    Give it proper professional Contractors with History and experience.
    What ever Mangalore comes out should be like BENCHMARK Standard for the Nation.

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 12 2021

    100% Abdul Bhai. Well said. We do a lot developments with no real technical concept which causes failures in most of the time. It's same like the current ongoing road works. Shops are below the ground level which will cause flood during rainy season. With a proper Engineering all this could be avoided. Learn from other countries how do they implement such changes.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    throughout India, emphasis should be on crematoriums... rate at which people are dying of hunger/suicide/disease/distress etc. etc. calls for adequate number crematoriums in accordance with Aatma Nirbhar motto kept before the nation by MoNa...

    If there is no Aatma Nirbhar in this matter, country may be full of ಪ್ರೇತಾತ್ಮಗಳು...

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  • NS Shetty, Surathkal Manglore

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    Tall promises...Handover these Parks/Cremetoriums to Private parties to Build and maintain. (CSR Funds)
    The Corporation can save a huge money.
    The quality of works executed is shabby and poor..Unfinished in many places.
    The Surathkal Underground Drainage is History. Not a Drop of Water has flowed down the Drain..
    but... Money in Crores has !!!
    Only Consolation ...if Surathkal Cremetorium is done up...Atleast I will Rest in Peace !!!!

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    All fake promises by the City corporation. Only wasting money of the tax payers. It is surprising to see the footpath from Town Hall to A B Shetty circle the RTO side, little more than a year the corporation did some work before it was completed there is some new works going on since it is all dug and pedestrians cannot walk now. All fake promises by the MCC.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    What about the roads half dug and left in the heart of the city? When they will be completed? Road repair began in the month of march front of kadri park...till now not completed... distance was so little still wirk is moving like a snail....Try to complete the work which has started first....

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  • Sam shetty, Dakshina Kannada

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    This is the third time city corporation is re-building Mangalanagar park. Everytime they spend lakhs and then there is no maintenance. Again after 3-4 yrs they rebuild.

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  • sense_Shetty, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    Allocate funds on annual basis for maintenance ..This probably they forget during the budget session ..This adhoc nature of announcing development of parks in the middle of the financial year shows the lack of planning and vision of the MCC .Though it might be challenging ..it is not impossible to have such vision

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  • Vinod, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    MUDA had developed Prashanth Nagara layout at Derebail and had reserved land for Children Park. Separate amount was also collected from the buyers of the site. However, no action has been initiated till date for developing the approved park. I request the City corporation Mayor and Commissioner to look into the lands reserved for developing parks in MUDA developed layouts in Mangaluru and to include them in the current project.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    Concentrate on Bijlee, Sadak & Pani ...

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    And puri...😋

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    Cynthia, Kirem
    You come to Mumbai ...

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Jan 11 2021

    😂😂😂😂

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