Madikeri CMC

Madikeri CMC needs to change the name of Kundamestri and then show dreams of water for Madikeri

By K.K.Aiyamma
Madikeri CMC presented its budget yesterday. Kundamestri project, which was launched in 2010 has been allocated 15.70 lakh for constructing sand bunds, in this budget. Kundamestri started in 2010. When will it be completed ? We should better ask the contractor and not CMC. Why ??? . Because of the generosity that CMC has shown him. Read More

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Land Lady accuses MCN of Double Standards

A  complaint was lodged at Madikeri  Rural Police  Station against MLC M.C. Nanaiah, CMC President P.D. Ponnappa, councillors S.I. Muneer Ahamad and T.M. Aiyyappa by Muthavva, wife of late K.M. Acchaiah of Ivathokklu village in Madikeri stating that the above had  trespassed onto her land and uprooted the boundary fencing  and destroyed saplings planted on the above said land. Read More

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CMC – Lung space around Madikeri to be protected

The City Muncipal council (CMC) meeting held on Tuesday 14th September resolved to preserve and protect the green cover provided by the urban forests in and around Madikeri town limits. The meeting further resolved, unanimously to evict encroachers of the hill side and government lands which were posing a risk to the ecology and also was an eyesore. Read More

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68 Traders in Madikeri held for Contempt of Court

The Karnataka High Court has levied exemplary fine of Rs. 17 lakhs on 68 traders of Madikeri in Kodagu district for contempt of court.

Hearing a contempt petition filed by the Madikeri CMC commissioner, against the traders who had violated the High Court division bench order dated July 24th, 2009 to vacate the premises of the CMC within three months, the division bench headed by Chief Justice J. Read More

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Madikeri CMC and its Madikeri beautification drive

Madikeri CMC has signed a MoU with a private firm from Mysore to “beautify” the city.
The MoU intends to spruce up Mahatma Gandhi Road (or Raja Seat Road) up to General K.S. Thimayya Circle with “fancy poles” displaying illuminated hoardings and bus stop’s at important junctions.
The MoU would be on BOOT (build, operate, own and transfer) basis. Read More

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