These Important Points Have Been Discussed by MCC Commissioner Which You Should Know

These Important Points Have Been Discussed by MCC Commissioner Which You Should Know

October 12: Mangalore City Corporation (MCC) Commissioner S Ajith Kumar Hegde has discussed several points which must be followed by the citizens of Mangalore.

Hegde told mediapersons in MCC building on Friday that hotels, restaurants, marriage halls, catering services, chicken stalls, apartment associations, small industries, hostels, educational institutions and other bulk waste generators to hand over dry waste to authorised recycling agencies appointed by MCC. He urged hotels, paying guest accommodation owners, hostels and marriage halls not to dump waste food items into storm water drains. He warned that if anyone is found dumping food waste, action will be initiated against them, He has directed establishments, generating bulk waste, to set up scientific waste management units on their premises, before October 31.
Ajith Kumar Hegde said those traders who have not applied for trade licenses should apply for the same by October 31. All those who have applied for renewal of trade licences should visit the health inspectors for collecting the trade licenses.
The commissioner said that the MCC is likely to introduce online system of payment of property tax to its citizens by April.
Along with this, for the efficient functioning of engineering, health and revenue departments, the city corporation has decided to reintroduce walkie-talkie for its staff. The use of walkie-talkie was abandoned five years ago. Hegde mentioned that walkie-talkies will help in communicating with the personnel in case of emergency. The civic body has decided to procure 65 sets of walkie-talkies.

 

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