101 resolutions handed by Corpn. council
101 resolutions passed by Corpn. council
A whole of 101 resolutions were being passed by the Increased Chennai Corporation on Monday, together with inclusion of new trades for regulation of spa, massage and elegance parlours in the city.
The civic body has drafted regulations for the regulation of licences for hair-cutting salons, splendor parlours, spas and massage parlours. The civic body has asked these institutions to make sure that no folks struggling from infectious conditions are used.
The licensees of spas, massage and attractiveness parlours need to have accomplished a bachelor’s diploma in physiotherapy or occupational therapy or a diploma. The workforce ought to also have a certificate in acupressure treatment or yoga science.
The council passed a resolution for setting up of a geographic information and facts program (GIS) division for the facilitation of money get the job done and increase in tax earnings. The civic overall body also passed resolutions for unveiling the statues for Tagore, P. Subbarayan and A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
The Company passed a resolution to modernise bus shelters in the town. Councillors stressed the need to have for better servicing of roadways and funds for restore of potholes.
The civic overall body will procure contemporary equipment for desilting drains, enhance infrastructure in community well being centres and build additional drains for flood mitigation. It will have out rationalisation of manpower and weed out absentees between malaria command workers and recruit 100 supplemental sanitary personnel.
The council also permitted the shifting of the Gandhi Statue from Marina beach front to another location around the Avvaiyar statue on the beach to facilitate the Metro Rail project close to the Light Dwelling. It also authorized the extension of the deadline for the completion of the T. Nagar skywalk to August 31.
A mentorship programme for health professionals will be released to improve services in corporation hospitals. The civic human body will also get ready a street vending system for the city.
Answering a question by ward 99 councillor Parithi Illamsuruthi about the want for present day civic infrastructure for slums, Mayor R. Priya claimed the work on civic infrastructure advancement for slums would be taken up shortly.
Responding to queries by councillors pertaining to sealing of unauthorised buildings or demolition of these constructions belonging to reduced cash flow residents, Commissioner Gagandeep Singh Bedi stated the civic physique would adopt a “humanistic approach” in creating acceptance for lower income residents.