The district progress review meeting was held in Belgaum and the following issues were discussed. The Public Works Department has submitted a proposal of Rs 73 crore for the work of 9 km four-lane road from Mantala.
As the session will be held, road development works should be completed immediately. Many new buildings have no furniture and some buildings have not been used for years. Collector Nitesh Patil said that to avoid this in the future, provision should be made for subsidy along with the cost of furniture while constructing new government buildings.
He gave instructions that while taking up any road work in the city including Makiti Corporation, Smart City or Railway, boards should be put up compulsorily giving information about the related work and maintenance.
There is a need to set up a super specialty hospital at the border to facilitate urgent treatment of border residents. He asked the health department officials to prepare a proposal in this regard.
Steps should be taken to install CCTV in all student hostels of social welfare department. Security committee should be set up at school level and keep a constant watch on the vehicles dropping children to school, the DC instructed the officials of education department. has been taken.
Underground garbage bins: Belgaum City Municipal Commissioner Rudresh Ghali said that underground garbage bins have been installed in some parts of the city and they will be made available for public use after the arrival of garbage cranes.
He informed that 1500 dogs have been operated on to control the number of stray dogs in the city. A total of 35 thousand LEDs are being installed in the city and more than 9 thousand lights have already been installed.