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Old December 14th, 2012, 10:21 AM   #41
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Thank you. Happy to find this forum. I don't think there is any other place with so much updates on Mysore available on a daily basis.

Regarding the Master Plan 2031, I read media reports criticizing the plan so wondering if MUDA is going back to the drawing board to make further revisions?
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Old December 14th, 2012, 10:23 AM   #42
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Thank you. Happy to find this forum. I don't think there is any other place with so much updates on Mysore available on a daily basis.

Regarding the Master Plan 2031, I read media reports criticizing the plan so wondering if MUDA is going back to the drawing board to make further revisions?
Yes,we break infra development news much before newspapers do, we are self proclaimed journalists to say Now you too are one in this group,hope to see more participation from your side on daily basis and I am sure after you get addicted you will post on hourly basis
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Thank you. Happy to find this forum. I don't think there is any other place with so much updates on Mysore available on a daily basis.

Regarding the Master Plan 2031, I read media reports criticizing the plan so wondering if MUDA is going back to the drawing board to make further revisions?
Sai concultants ahmedabad are the consultants for this project,no idea if MUDA will get back to them to incoporate changes or they would be doing it themselves.
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Six biogas plants to process Mysore's waste

MYSORE: The Mysore City Corporation (MCC) is planning to build biogas plants for effective management of solid waste and generation of energy.

The six biogas plants will be built at different parts of the city to cut down the pressure on the centralized treatment plant at Sewage Farm in Vidyaranyapuram.

The civic body plans to collect dry waste only on Saturdays, while bio-degradable waste will be picked up everyday. While mega projects to harness energy from the bio-degradable waste have had little success at major cities in India, the local body is experimenting with mini biogas plants. Each of the six plants has a capacity of one tonne.

The Council on Saturday gave its nod for the setting up of the six biogas plants and estimated the project cost at Rs 1.5 crore. The grants-in-aid that MCC receives under the State Finance Commission is being used to build the plants.

The project is part of MCC's ambitious plan to set up zero-waste management plants across nine zones in the city.

The plant at Vidyaranyapuram processes 200 tonnes of solid waste, while the city generates about 420 tonnes per day.

In addition, Rs 1.5 crore has been set aside for land filling activities at the Sewage Farm and Rs 75 lakh has been allotted for procuring five mini tippers for transportation of animal waste. The council meeting chaired by Mayor Rajeshwari Puttaswamy approved Rs 3 crore as its share for the solid waste management projects sponsored by the Centre under JnNURM.

The MCC also set aside Rs 30 lakh to fix problems at its heritage headquarter which is over eight decades old.

Absentees to get notice

Some of the officials who gave the Council meeting a miss will get notice seeking an explanation.

The corporators took serious objection to the absence of officials at the beginning of the meeting. "If the officials cannot attend the meeting, there is no need for them to work in the MCC," they said,

In-charge commissioner C G Betsurmath said he had cancelled leaves of the officials when the emergency meeting of the Council was convened. "I'd told them to attend the meeting without miss. Still some of them have not turned up. I'll issue notices to them," he said.

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Old December 23rd, 2012, 12:21 PM   #45
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Mysore to focus on waste water treatment

MYSORE: After solid waste management, Mysore has shifted its focus on treating waste water.
Rural Literacy and Health Programme (RLHP), an NGO working for welfare of slum dwellers in three districts - Mysore, Mandya and Chamarajanagar, which has been showing the way in treating waste water at Roopa Nagar's slum, is now aiming to spread the technology - Decentralized wastewater treatment system (DEWATS), to others in Mysore.
RLHP's director Saraswathi told STOI that DEWATS, approved and recommended by Central Pollution Control Board, is viable alternative solution to sanitation problem and it could solve environment pollution by waste water. RLHP has implemented this technology at a slum in Roopa Nagar in the south-west of Mysore and it has been a successful effort.
It is a community-based project and Bangalore-based organization - Consortium for Dissemination of DEWATS (CDD) has technically helped us in creating 36 cubic meter water facility to treat wastewater. Wastewater from restroom, laundry and kitchen is source to this facility and every day we are treating nearly 25 cubic meter water and using it for gardening and for cleaning toilets. A garden has been developed and by this way the slum dwellers are contributing their bit to mother earth. The slum comprises of 200 families having a population over 700 individuals, the director explained.
The project has been successful and now we want others also to take up this technology on individual-basis. This technology which of low cost maintenance and requires less manpower can be of useful to Industries and hoteliers can adopt this technology, Saraswathi felt.
Mysore industries association secretary Sureshkumar Jain said this technology appears to be helpful to industrialists. The association will create awareness about the technology to industry owners in Mysore. There about 10000 industries - small, medium and big, in Mysore.
RLHP and CDD are targeting engineers attached to Mysore City Corporation and Zilla Panchayath and representatives/proprietors of industries and hotels to promote the environment-friendly technology
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Old January 12th, 2013, 05:22 AM   #46
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Karnataka Exhibition Authority (KEA), a government agency, has chipped in to help Mysore civic body treat solid waste by opening a zero-waste management unit at its campus on Friday.

This will reduce the burden of treating solid waste on MCC, which recently launched a campaign to educate masses about segregation of wastes at the source after opening zero-waste management units in all its nine zones.

KEA chairman S D Mahendra told TOI that the exhibition, which attracts thousands of visitors, generates wastes in huge quantity every day. "Until now, we were giving the waste to MCC. But henceforth, we will treat the waste generated at the 80-acre campus," he added. Exhibition authorities have teamed up with NGO Sneha to run the unit at its campus on Bangalore-Nilgiri Road.

The unit will also educate the visitors on the importance of treating waste. "I feel every organization including, government ones, should have its own zero-waste management centres," Mahendra said. We know garbage has created mess in Bangalore and therefore before the situation goes out of control we need to wake up on this score, the chairman explained.

When asked, MCC chief M R Ravi said the initiative by KEA is appreciable. "Every organization, including government agencies, should take a cue from KEA and come forward to established similar units," he added.
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Old January 19th, 2013, 05:11 PM   #47
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Ramdas allays fears about water scarcity in summer

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Alternative:Water will be pumped from the riverbed near Hongalli to tackle water scarcity.—Photo: M.A. Sriram

Minister in-charge of Mysore district S.A. Ramdas has allayed fears about a major water crisis in the city this summer owing to fall in the water-level in the Krishnaraja Sagar.

He told presspersons here on Friday that steps had been initiated to ensure that there was no problem.

While ruling out rationing of drinking water, the Minister said about 40 million litres a day (mld) of water was being pumped to the city from the Kabini drinking water project.

“The fall in the water-level in the KRS is worrying. It was 81.52 ft on January 15. The level on May 19 last year was 81 ft. We are making alternative arrangements such as pumping water from the riverbed near Hongalli to tackle the situation. I don’t see any reason to worry until April,” said.

He said the Irrigation Department had been requested to take up work on the modernisation of Devaraya canal .

Thirty tankers would be pressed into service for emergency supply in the affected areas here from March 1.

The combined capacity of pumping stations at Hongalli, Belagola and Melapura was around 200 mld. Besides Kabini, water would also be drawn from borewells to meet drinking water needs.

With over 40 villages in Mysore district facing water crisis ahead of summer, the district administration has imposed restrictions on drilling borewells for agricultural purposes in water-starved villages for the next three months. Permission would be given only for meeting drinking water requirements, the Minister said.

“The Department of Mines and Geology has been asked to supervise and ensure that the restrictions are adhered to,” he added.

Some villages in Nanjangud taluk, Jayapura hobli in Mysore taluk, and H.D. Kote are already facing water crisis. Out of the 2003 villages in the district, 604 villages get surface water and 1,399 villages get water from borewells. Steps had been taken to identify places in affected villages for digging open wells for meeting the water needs of cattle, he said. A sum of Rs. 30 lakh had been released for works such as regeneration and deepening of borewells and drilling of new ones.

Mr. Ramdas said five new goshalas and seven fodder banks would be opened. Gram panchayats had been asked to submit action plans for tackling the situation. He said the Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Company had been asked to procure 100 transformers as a precautionary measure to ensure uninterrupted power supply for pumping water.

The Minister said the crop loss for 2012–13 had been estimated at Rs. 806 crore and compensation had been sought from the government for the loss.

Irrigation Department requested to take up work on the modernisation of Devaraya canal

Tankers to be pressed into service for emergency supply in the affected areas
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Old January 24th, 2013, 06:27 AM   #48
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MGP opposes Master Plan 2031

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The Mysore Grahakara Parishat has stated that the traffic problem at the city centre will worsen if the Master Plan 2031, recently approved by the government, comes into effect.

The plan permits apartments and service apartments in the central business district.

“Mysore is already facing traffic problems. The decline has been rapid in the last few years, especially in the city centre. Junctions such as the Medical College Circle have now become very difficult to negotiate. During rush hours (10 a.m. to 7 p.m.), there is a near-gridlock,” explained R. Chandra Prakash of MGP.

“With a view to encouraging redevelopment of the old areas”, the Master Plan also permitted additional floor area ratio (FAR), which meant more floors would be permitted. Needless to say, these developments would put pressure on road traffic (and other infrastructure such as solid waste management, electricity, water and fire services), Mr. Praskash said, in a release here.

‘No flyovers permitted’

As the plan also classified the city centre as a Heritage Zone, no flyovers would be permitted. There was no space available to widen the roads. Thus, vehicle density would increase and there would be no way to alleviate the problem, he said.
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INCOMPLETE UGD WORKS: RESIDENTS OF HANUMANTHANAGAR LAY SEIGE TO MCC

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Upset over the delay of the ongoing Under Ground Drainage (UGD) works in Hanumanthanagar, Bannimantap 3rd stage, hundreds of residents led by Karnataka State Handicapped Forum yesterday laid seige to the MCC demanding immediate completion of works.

The protestors alleged that the contractors were laying nine inch pipeline at certain points and six inch pipeline in other parts and that too at snail's pace which had resulted in creation of huge pits in front of houses making it difficult for people to come out of their houses.

The protestors presented a memorandum to MCC Commissioner Dr. M.R.Ravi who said that Rs. 20 lakh had been released for the works but expressed ignorance over the size of pipes being laid by the contractor. He also assured that the works would be expedited.

Earlier, the residents staged a protest against contractor Venkatesh who arrived at the extension to lay six inch pipes and cautioned him that he should use nine inch pipes. The protest was withdrawn following Dr. Ravi's assurance.

Forum State Convenor M.Prabhuswamy, Dileep Kumar, Afsal Pasha, Shabhuddin, Lakshmi Bai, Ramesh and others took part in the protest.
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RS. 95 LAKH TO DEVELOP SEWAGE FARM IN VIDYARANYAPURAM

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"The Government has released Rs. 95 lakh to facilitate Gopalakas to grow grass at Sewage Farm in Vidyaranyapuram here," announced S.A. Ramdas, District In-charge Minister speaking to Gopalakas after inspecting Sewage Farm yesterday.

Ramdas assured to develop the Sewage Farm in a methodical way to grow grass.

He said that the effluent water from Excel Plant would be treated and utilised to grow grass in the Farm for the cattle. An electronic weigh bridge and rest rooms for Gopalakas would also be constructed along with a good compound around the Farm, he added.

The Gopalakas, airing their grievances with the District Minister, appealed that the cattle left on the road should not be captured by the MCC and fine levied.

The Minister however appealed to the Gopalakas not to allow their cattle to stray to streets.

Gopalaka Association Head Vasu, MCC Health officer Dr. Nagaraj and environmental engineers were present on the occasion.
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DRINKING WATER PROBLEM HEATS UP MCC COUNCIL MEETING

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Drinking water problem figured prominently at the MCC Council meeting with all the members vociferously seeking exit of JUSCO for bad distribution of drinking water in city despite the summer being round the corner.

Initially, ruckus prevailed for a while when the meeting began with BJP Corporators M.V. Ramaprasad, Ninganna, Nandish Preetham and Shankar referring to the frequent squabbles between Mayor and MCC officials, which they said, was demeaning the local body.

Taking objection to that, the JD(S) and Congress Corporators asked their BJP counterparts to concentrate on the drinking water problem and not to create hype on trivial issues.

Taking the lead, Mayor Rajeshwari Puttaswamy pacified the members saying that minor differences could be patched up and it was not a burning issue. She asked the members to concentrate on relevant topics.

Coming to a consensus, all the Corporators opined that the problem of drinking water was aggravating day by day in city with the water level at KRS alarmingly low and distribution being totally improper.

They also accused JUSCO of remaining nonchalant. With the Corporators not getting any proper reply or assurance from the heads, they heeded to the suggestion mooted by H.N. Srikantaiah to go in a delegation to Bangalore and apprise the Chief Minister about the gravity of water problem in city.

The discussions and arguments were still on, remaining inconclusive and indecisive when we went to Press.
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AWARENESS CAMPAIGN ON E-WASTE MANAGEMENT

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Dealers’ Association of Information Technology (DEALiT)-Mysore has launched an awareness campaign e-Shudha Parisara on e-Waste Management from today to go an till Feb. 9 targeting students of schools and colleges in city. One such programme was held today at Vijaya Vittala School in Saraswathipuram.

The campaign is said to focus on managing and disposal of computer and other electronic waste materials.

Inaugurating the programme DDPI Basavaraj opined that an awareness on any topic created among students would percolate faster to society.

Briefing the students DEALiT- Mysore President S.V. Harish reiterated that electronic waste material should not be just handed over to trash collectors as such materials do not degrade biologically and would trigger more environmental pollution. He added that 40 schools and colleges would be covered during the campaign.

DEALiT Honorary Secretary Ganesh N. Sharma, Vice-President Arun and School Head Mistress Shobha were present.
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Mysore stares at water rationing

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Water rationing could be imposed well before end of March by the Mysore City Corporation to manage the water crisis.

Notwithstanding the assertion of the district minister S A Ramdas that drinking water supply won't be hit in the city till March end, the local body on Monday indicated otherwise; Water rationing ranks on top of the agenda of the MCC to tide over the crisis. At 81.39 ft, the water level at the KRS dam, the main drinking source, is falling fast ringing alarm bells at the civic body. With a faulty distribution network ensuring water doesn't flow in the taps daily, the officials are getting jitters ahead of summer season. They are betting on water rationing to address the crisis.

The corporation commissioner M R Ravi dropped enough hints about their plan of action on Monday when he told agitated corporators during the Council meeting that they are planning to go in for extraordinary measures in days ahead. "As of now, we're not facing problem when it comes to availability of resources. Rather, it is challenges in distribution that has affected Mysroeans. When the water level at KRS falls, we'll resort to other measures," he told the house indicating that they are going in for water rationing. However, he didn't specify when that will be put in place. Ramdas in mid-January had said water supply won't be rationed till March end.

During a special meeting of the Council, the members cutting across party lines assailed the officials pointing at irregular water supply even when there is not much problem in drawing what is required to the city. Seeking to address their concerns, the officials explained measures that have initiated to attend to the extraordinary situation: The MCC has written to the Cauvery Neeravari Nigam (CNN) to reserve 2 tmcft water at KRS dam for its usage till June end and kept ready emergency pumping station at Honghalli downstream of the reservoir. The fall back option will be utilized once the water level plummets to 70 ft.

With their tenure ending on February 17, the corporators are wary of the officials response and wanted to seek in depth details on the MCC's preparedness. The official machinery admitted that large parts of wards in Krishnaraja segment is facing irregular supply given the delay in stabilization of integration of new Kabini water supply to exisiting distribution network. Ravi said it will take them 15 days to fix it.
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Clad in white T-shirts and equipped with brooms and shovels, over 200 volunteers of Let's Do It! Mysore rid Sharadadevi Nagar of garbage on Sunday. The exercise was a recce of their major project scheduled for February 24 - they will clean 65 wards of the city.

Speaking to TOI, Let's Do It! Mysore's Prashanth B S said that they wanted to teach the volunteers about the work and the use of equipment. "They have to understand the ground reality before they hit the roads on D-Day," he added.

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Garbage plant to be relocated to Mysore's outskirts

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The city's centralized solid waste management plant will be relocated to the outskirts and dependence on it will be cut gradually.

In a big relief to the residents of Vidyaranyapuram, J P Nagar and surrounding areas, the MCC has decided shift the solid waste management plant to Rayanakere on H D Kote road. With builders focusing on J P Nagar and surrounding areas where new layouts are developed, the decision is bound to create ripples in the real estate sector. An add-on is Rs 1 crore grant for development of Dalvoy Lake abutting J P Nagar, which the MCC is proposing to develop like the legendary Kukkarahalli Lake.

For some time now residents of Vidyaranyapuram and J P Nagar in particular were upset with the solid waste management plant located at a corner in Sewage Farm spread over 100 acres given that tons of garbage was dumped. It had led to protests forcing the MCC to go in for mini-plants to process garbage. The MCC on Thursday announced the shifting of the plant to Rayanakere. However, the sewage treatment plant at the site will not be moved out.

Presenting the budget, the taxation and finance standing committee chairman B L Bhyrappa said the three sewage treatment plants located at three different places in the city will be upgraded and the solid waste management plant will be moved to Rayanakere. He attributed this to stop pollution in the area. Interestingly, Bhyrappa had protested more than once seeking relocation of the garbage plant while the real estate sector had lobbied for it.

Taking a cue from Bangalore's garbage problem, the MCC is seeking to ensure that solid waste generated in the city is attended to locally. It has set up five zero waste management plants in five among nine zones in the city and said the remaining four will be completed during 2013-14. The idea is to cut down chances of Bangalore-like situation by banking on landfill sites. After segregation at source, the biodegradable waste will be treated while non-degradable will be treated separately at a centralized location.

The city is also getting a centralized biogas plant with Rs 60 lakh budgeted. However, the MCC didn't specify the place. During a meeting of the experts at Infosys campus in July, the stakeholders had suggested to set up biogas plant and process the waste treating it as a resource. Big consumers of LPG like hotels and hostels can set up biogas units with the local body announcing subsidy to promote use of non conventional energy sources.

The MCC has set aside Rs 25 lakh to set up a plant to treat plastic and generate fuel, an experiment which has not yielded results in other major cities including Bangalore.
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