Civic projects worth Rs 93 crore have been sanctioned by the standing committee of the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) in Maharashtra recently.
Proposals for roads, acquisition of new vehicles for solid waste management department and developing drainage line in various localities have been approved by Mohan Meghawale, Chairman of the standing committee.
Eight tippers and six jetting machines have been added in the vehicles fleet for handling garbage. AMC has recently added 50 hydraulic autorickshaws in its fleet of garbage handling vehicles.
The standing committee also approved projects planned under Dalit Vasti Sudhar Yojana.
A concrete road will be constructed in Rohidaspura at a cost of Rs 25-35 lakhs.
AMC is also planning to build drainage lines at Bhimnagar at an expenditure of Rs 38.57 lakhs. In Santoshimata Nagar, the AMC will construct a bridge for which a fund of Rs 45.19 lakh has been approved.
Wankatesh Nagar tar roads will be resurfaced at a cost of Rs 32.36 lakhs. Similarly, proposals of roads in Asefiya Colony, Builders Housing Society, Kiradpura, Chikhalthana and Raj Nagar among other localities were also approved.
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