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Old May 20th, 2014, 08:55 AM   #121
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That is true.

There are many reasons for the resistance

1. The Muncipal council in the neighbouring municipalities, such as Kalamassery, Thrikkakara, Maradu, Tripunithura etc would lose their positions and leverage. All these municipalities are cash rich, as maximum development of Kochi is taking place in these areas

2. No of counsellors would be reduced

3. Communal equation in position-allocation would be under strain. These days, the mayor of Kochi is the pocket burrough of the Latin catholic community. Thrikkakara and Kalamassery muncipalities usually have Muslim chairpersons, Maradu and Tripunithura municipalities have Hindu chairpersons etc. If the Corporation is expanded, then all these chairpersonships will go and there will be only one Mayor of Kochi to fight for

4. CPM would be against it as well. They have been traditionally strong in existing Corporation areas, but weak elsewhere, though this is now changing and they are getting weak everywhere. Last time, CPM tried to expand the Kochi Corporation by including only their strongholds, such as Udayamperoor, and the UDF shot in down.

5. The strong trading community would like smaller municipalities and panchayaths for lesser taxes / lesser restrictions

6. last but not the least, if the Corporation is expanded now, Chammany's position would become untenable. How else would he make his foreign jaunts?

Somehow, these factors seem to be very strong in Kochi and not other places, where expansion on Corporation / Municipalities have been relatively easy.
I think Kalamassery, thrikkakkara, maradu, and thrippoonnithura should be added to kochi corporation
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Good initiative Riva.
I spent almost 2 hours going through this thread.
Me too very much interested in these topics.
Well done bro,good work keep it up
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Old May 20th, 2014, 09:25 AM   #123
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Well there was a proposal to elevate Cochin into a metropolitan city.
What happened to that proposal??
I believe cochin is the front runner to be the next metropolitan city in the south.
I hope I would see it as a Metropolitan city in the near future.
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Old May 20th, 2014, 09:51 AM   #124
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Well there was a proposal to elevate Cochin into a metropolitan city.
What happened to that proposal??
I believe cochin is the front runner to be the next metropolitan city in the south.
I hope I would see it as a Metropolitan city in the near future.
Urban Affairs Minister Manjalamkuzhi Ali informed me that there is a proposal for Greater Kochi Municipal Corporation (GKMC) in the line of Greater Bnagalore, Greater Chennai and Greater Hyderabad by combining neighbouring municipalities and panchayats. However Kochi MLA Dominic Presentat6ion informed me that many local people and representatives are opposing such move.
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If there is any such local resistance , Govt should show some will power to ignore them and establish Greater Kochi Municipal Corporation. All big cities are doing this.
Yes Greater Kochi Municipal Corporation or Cochin Metropolitan region should be formed at the earliest.
Kochi really deserves this as it is a high potential city,fast developing with its suburbs.
I was stunned to look at the growth of this city and suburbs during my last visit to this beautiful city.
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Old May 20th, 2014, 10:03 AM   #126
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Urban Affairs Minister Manjalamkuzhi Ali informed me that there is a proposal for Greater Kochi Municipal Corporation (GKMC) in the line of Greater Bnagalore, Greater Chennai and Greater Hyderabad by combining neighbouring municipalities and panchayats. However Kochi MLA Dominic Presentat6ion informed me that many local people and representatives are opposing such move.
There is a similar move to form Greater Mangalore City Corporation and there is resistance for this again.
Well you can add Greater Vizag to the above list which was again expanded recently and its area is about 683 sq kms and I think Kochi can easily be the Greater City corporation by all means.
Lets hope for the best.
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Old June 1st, 2014, 08:06 AM   #128
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Demand for Pavaratty Muncipality

Pavaratty is a high-density panchayat and deserve to be a municipal town.
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Old June 1st, 2014, 10:07 AM   #129
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Government plans 100 smart cities as new cities near to major cities. Hope 5 to 6 are envisaged in Kerala.

JNNURUM to be stopped and a new scheme for city development to be introduced by Modi government.
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Government should consider upgrading Pathanapuram, Anchal, and Chathannur also as municipalities along with Kottarakkara in Kollam district.

Chathannur - Paripally region has great prospects for future development. This belt can also be planned for one of the 100 smart cities envisaged by the new government.
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Since JNNURM is getting scrapped All the discussions on phase two cities can be stopped I guess. DPRs submited by various municipalities under UIDSMT has also been returned to states.

So whats this 100 smart cities all about?
Is it satellite cities or developing existing cities??
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100 smart cities are envisaged as new cities (satellite cities) away from the existing major cities but maybe within 25 to 35 Kms from the core city but will be connected to the main city with necessary road infrastructure. These cities are sophisticated cities with all amenities and lot of job opportunities - hence smart city.

For example developing a satellite city at Ankamali or Attingal or Paripally/Karunagaplly or Chalakkudy etc....

As 100 smart cities are planned, there are good prospects for Kerala to get 6 to 7 based on eligibility criteria. But land availability near to the major Kerala cities even 25 Kms away from the city is going to be a major hindrance.

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Since JNNURM is getting scrapped All the discussions on phase two cities can be stopped I guess. DPRs submited by various municipalities under UIDSMT has also been returned to states.

So whats this 100 smart cities all about?
Is it satellite cities or developing existing cities??
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Old July 19th, 2014, 05:46 PM   #134
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Seems Manjalamkuzhi Ali ignored Chengannur while upgrading the Grades of Municipalities.

The 15 Municipalities are upgraded to Grade1: Thrikkakkara, Thrippunithura, Kalamassery, Kanjangad, Pala, Thodupuzha, Neyyattinkara, Malappuram, Manjeri, Ponnani, Irijalakuda, Nedumangad, Payyannur, Thaliparambu, Kunnamkulam

However the notable ignored are: Pathanamthitta, Cherthala, Kayamkulam.
These 3 municipalities are far eligible than Manjeri, Nedumangad, Thaliparambu, and Kunnamkulam.

The following municipalities are upgraded to Grade2: Varkala, Paravoor(South), Adoor, Mavelikkara, Chavakkad, Chittoor-Tathamangalam, Ottapalam, Koyilandy, Kalpetta, Mattannur, Koothuparambu, Karunagapally, Maradu, Eloor, Kottakkal, Nilambur, Neeleshwaram

As of now only Grade 3 Municipalities are: Chengannur, Vaikom

The notable ignored municipality is Chengannur, a town that became municipality in 1978 and a population of around 40,000. Many Grade1 and Grade2 Municipalities have population even less than 30,000.

Among recently upgraded Grade2 Municipalities, the following municipalities are on par with Chengannur: Mavelikkara, Ottapalam, Koyilandy, Karunagapally.

Kerala Govt should rectify its mistake and upgrade Chengannur and Vaikom to Grade 2.

All the proposed municipalities can be assigned as Grade3.
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What about municiaplites such as Attingal? It was not in this list. Does it mean it is already a Grade 1 municipality?

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Seems Manjalamkuzhi Ali ignored Chengannur while upgrading the Grades of Municipalities.

The 15 Municipalities are upgraded to Grade1: Thrikkakkara, Thrippunithura, Kalamassery, Kanjangad, Pala, Thodupuzha, Neyyattinkara, Malappuram, Manjeri, Ponnani, Irijalakuda, Nedumangad, Payyannur, Thaliparambu, Kunnamkulam

However the notable ignored are: Pathanamthitta, Cherthala, Kayamkulam.
These 3 municipalities are far eligible than Manjeri, Nedumangad, Thaliparambu, and Kunnamkulam.

The following municipalities are upgraded to Grade2: Varkala, Paravoor(South), Adoor, Mavelikkara, Chavakkad, Chittoor-Tathamangalam, Ottapalam, Koyilandy, Kalpetta, Mattannur, Koothuparambu, Karunagapally, Maradu, Eloor, Kottakkal, Nilambur, Neeleshwaram

As of now only Grade 3 Municipalities are: Chengannur, Vaikom

The notable ignored municipality is Chengannur, a town that became municipality in 1978 and a population of around 40,000. Many Grade1 and Grade2 Municipalities have population even less than 30,000.

Among recently upgraded Grade2 Municipalities, the following municipalities are on par with Chengannur: Mavelikkara, Ottapalam, Koyilandy, Karunagapally.

Kerala Govt should rectify its mistake and upgrade Chengannur and Vaikom to Grade 2.

All the proposed municipalities can be assigned as Grade3.
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Attingal is Grade 2.

However, what is the justification for ignoring Pathanamthitta, which is a dist hq? Is Pathanamthitta smaller than Kunnamkulam, Talipparamba, Manjeri, Payyannur, etc?

Why Cherthala and Kayamkulam not upgraded to Grade1? These two are very big towns and oldest municipalities (like Thalassery, Kottayam, Alappuzha, etc). Still these towns are not upgraded to Grade1 and still in Grade 2.

Chengannur is a municipality since 1978. It is far bigger than most of the Grade 3 Municipalities that was upgraded to Grade 2 recently. For eg, Nilambur, Neeleshwaram, Eloor, South Paravur, Kottakkal, Chavakkad, Mattannur, Koothupparaba, etc. Whether Chengannur is smaller than these towns?

Govt should rectify these mistakes by:
1. Upgrading Pathanamthitta, Kayamkulam and Cherthala to Grade 1
2. Upgrading Chengannur and Vaikom to Grade 2 (only remaining Grade 3 Municipalities)
3. Assign the Grade 3 Municipality status to all the proposed municipalities that scheduled to form on 2014.
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But Attingal which is bigger than Varkala is not seen in the Garde 2 list as well.

Though Karunagapally is a new municiaplity, from a commercial and business perspective and based on the population and density of the region, it is also on par with Kayankulam. It is true that Karunagapally lacks major governmental projects or offices within the municipal limits. But the Chavara industrial belt and the Amritha Ashram which is a hub of educational insitutions make it an important municipality.

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Attingal is Grade 2.

However, what is the justification for ignoring Pathanamthitta, which is a dist hq? Is Pathanamthitta smaller than Kunnamkulam, Talipparamba, Manjeri, Payyannur, etc?

Why Cherthala and Kayamkulam not upgraded to Grade1? These two are very big towns and oldest municipalities (like Thalassery, Kottayam, Alappuzha, etc). Still these towns are not upgraded to Grade1 and still in Grade 2.

Chengannur is a municipality since 1978. It is far bigger than most of the Grade 3 Municipalities that was upgraded to Grade 2 recently. For eg, Nilambur, Neeleshwaram, Eloor, South Paravur, Kottakkal, Chavakkad, Mattannur, Koothupparaba, etc. Whether Chengannur is smaller than these towns?

Govt should rectify these mistakes by:
1. Upgrading Pathanamthitta, Kayamkulam and Cherthala to Grade 1
2. Upgrading Chengannur and Vaikom to Grade 2 (only remaining Grade 3 Municipalities)
3. Assign the Grade 3 Municipality status to all the proposed municipalities that scheduled to form on 2014.
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SlNo. Municipalities Estd Year Comment
Grade1
1 Alappuzha 1896
2 Kottayam 1923
3 Changanassery 1921
4 Aluva 1919
5 Palakkad 1866
6 Kannur 1867
7 Thalassery 1865
8 Thiruvalla 1920
9 Perumbavoor 1953
10 Tirur 1971
11 Vadakara 1958
12 Kasargod 1966
13 Guruvayoor 1994
14 Thrikkakkara 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
15 Thrippunithura 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
16 Kalamassery 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
17 Kanjangad 1984 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
18 Pala 1947 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
19 Thodupuzha 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
20 Neyyattinkara 1913 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
21 Malappuram 1970 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
22 Manjeri 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
23 Ponnani 1977 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
24 Irijalakuda 1936 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
25 Nedumangad 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
26 Payyannur 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
27 Thaliparambu 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
28 Kunnamkulam 1948 Recently Upgraded to Grade1

Grade2
1 Attingal 1924
2 Punalur 1971
3 Pathanamthitta 1978
4 Kayamkulam 1909
5 Cherthala 1953
6 Kothamangalam 1978
7 Moovattupuzha 1958
8 North Paravoor 1920
9 Ankamali 1978
10 Chalakudy 1970
11 Kodungallur 1977
12 Shornur 1978
13 Perinthalmanna 1990
14 Varkala 1980 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
15 Paravoor (Kollam) 1988 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
16 Adoor 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
17 Mavelikkara 1941 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
18 Chavakkad 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
19 Chittoor-Tathamangalam 1947 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
20 Ottapalam 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
21 Koyilandy 1993 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
22 Kalpetta 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
23 Mattannur 1996 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
24 Koothuparambu 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
25 Karunagapally 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
26 Maradu 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
27 Eloor 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
28 Kottakkal 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
29 Nilambur 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
30 Neeleshwaram 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2

Grade3
1 Chengannur 1978
2 Vaikom 1919
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Interesting that Attingal is still Grade 2 while a town such as Nedumangad on the midlands or on the way to the ghats on Grade 1.

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SlNo. Municipalities Estd Year Comment
Grade1
1 Alappuzha 1896
2 Kottayam 1923
3 Changanassery 1921
4 Aluva 1919
5 Palakkad 1866
6 Kannur 1867
7 Thalassery 1865
8 Thiruvalla 1920
9 Perumbavoor 1953
10 Tirur 1971
11 Vadakara 1958
12 Kasargod 1966
13 Guruvayoor 1994
14 Thrikkakkara 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
15 Thrippunithura 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
16 Kalamassery 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
17 Kanjangad 1984 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
18 Pala 1947 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
19 Thodupuzha 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
20 Neyyattinkara 1913 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
21 Malappuram 1970 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
22 Manjeri 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
23 Ponnani 1977 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
24 Irijalakuda 1936 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
25 Nedumangad 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
26 Payyannur 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
27 Thaliparambu 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade1
28 Kunnamkulam 1948 Recently Upgraded to Grade1

Grade2
1 Attingal 1924
2 Punalur 1971
3 Pathanamthitta 1978
4 Kayamkulam 1909
5 Cherthala 1953
6 Kothamangalam 1978
7 Moovattupuzha 1958
8 North Paravoor 1920
9 Ankamali 1978
10 Chalakudy 1970
11 Kodungallur 1977
12 Shornur 1978
13 Perinthalmanna 1990
14 Varkala 1980 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
15 Paravoor (Kollam) 1988 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
16 Adoor 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
17 Mavelikkara 1941 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
18 Chavakkad 1978 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
19 Chittoor-Tathamangalam 1947 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
20 Ottapalam 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
21 Koyilandy 1993 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
22 Kalpetta 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
23 Mattannur 1996 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
24 Koothuparambu 1990 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
25 Karunagapally 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
26 Maradu 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
27 Eloor 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
28 Kottakkal 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
29 Nilambur 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2
30 Neeleshwaram 2009 Recently Upgraded to Grade2

Grade3
1 Chengannur 1978
2 Vaikom 1919
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State to upgrade 32 municipalities


The State government has decided to upgrade the status of 32 municipalities, Urban Affairs Minister Manjalamkuzhi Ali has said.

Mr. Ali said in a release here on Friday that 15 municipalities with an annual income above Rs.4 crore and a population above 50,000 had been upgraded as first grade municipalities. Thripunithura, Trikkakara, Kalamassery, Ponnani, Malappuram, Manjeri, Payyannur, Kanhangad, Taliparamba, Neyyattinkara, Thodupuzha, Irinjalakuda, Kunnamkulam, Nedumangad, and Pala have become first grade municipalities.

Those with an annual income above Rs.2 crore and having a population above 25,000 have become second grade municipalities.

Thus Varkala, Maradu, Eloor, Ottappalam, Kalpetta, Mattannur, Kottakkal, Chavakad, Koyilandy, Mavelikara, Koothuparambu, Karunagapally, and Nilambur, South Paravur, Chittoor-Thathamangalam, Adoor, and Neelsewaram have become second grade municipalities, the release said.

This will lead to creation of 316 posts.

Out of the 60 municipalities, 28 have become first grade and 30 second grade municipalities. The Cabinet has approved the upgradation proposals, the Minister said in the release.
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle6227299.ece
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