The societies will get Rs 15,000 each for football, badminton and cricket equipment, and Rs 12,000 each for volleyball and basketball. For yoga, the societies will each get Rs 10,000, for open gymnasiums they will each get Rs 50,000, and for exercise cycles, they will each get Rs 5,000.
Deputy mayor Siddarth Dhende and corporator Sonali Landge had urged the civic administration to use the incinerator facility for dead animals to dispose of biological waste of chicken, mutton and pork generated in the city.
In the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections, the Congress had won only one seat in the state while the NCP won four seats. Both parties are likely to continue their alliance against the BJP-Shiv Sena in the Assembly elections.
The PMC administration has been trying for the last few years to withdraw the concession scheme, saying it did not make sense to apply the same rule applicable for new constructions when old structures have been redeveloped.
The ECB, officials said, has been set up for the safety of citizens by enabling them to seek help in case of emergency situations and accidents and enables citizens to establish two-way communication with the control room through a camera and an audio-speaker.
From 50 per cent of medical expenses covered for former corporators till 2014, the elected representatives in the PMC included complete coverage for former corporators, their partners and children over the past few years.
There is no specific mention in the Maharashtra Municipal Corporation Act on how many advertising boards should be put up by real estate developers at construction sites and no clarity on how many advertising boards should be exempted from fees, for which directions were sought from the municipal commissioner.
The PMC land estate department also has been asked to strictly and regularly recover the amount on leased civic properties. The department has been told to provide details on vacant civic properties or land that can be developed for constructing structures for leasing out.
The Metro project’s request comes at a time when the tussle over the quota of water drawn by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), between the civic body and the state Irrigation Department, has reached the Bombay High Court. While the PMC has said it needs to draw more water to cater to the increasing population in the city, the regulatory authority has repeatedly asked it to slash the amount.
The urban area of Maharashtra was declared Open Defecation Free on October 1, 2017, three years after the implementation of the programme. Similarly, an initiative to tackle waste disposal was launched on May 1, 2017.