The Pune Corporation recently made the Draft Development Plan for Old Pune Municipal Corporation limit (2007-2027) available on their website punecorporation.org. This DP will have major implications for Pune over the next 15 years. So the Development Plan is definitely a document that all Punekars should take a look at. Check out which are the reservations in your area, what are the Metro projections…
Considering PMC’s track record and the slow PuneCorporation.org website, below are the same files as available on PMC but hosted on Google Drive. Browsing and downloading the files should be much easier and faster.
I have also added objections and info files that were made public by various nonprofits like Parisar, SPTM, DGPS, etc.
Mr. Rane & Mrs. Sahasrabuddhe were elected to the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) from Prabhag 36 in February 2012. Deccan Gymkhana Parisar Samiti had organized the annual nagarsevak review meeting on 10th March 2013. The agenda of the meeting was
A) Review their work over the past year
B) Highlight & discuss the various issues of the Prabhag
C) Know more of their future plans for the Prabhag
D) Status update on any election promises
E) See how DGPS could better work with them on finding solutions for the Prabhag
Pune Municipal Corporation’s Participatory Budgeting 2013-14 is scheduled to be announced on 6th August by Pune Municipal Corporation. In regards to the same, Janwani has organized a meeting of all the major organizations and people concerned with Participatory Budgeting in the city. The meeting is scheduled on August 8, Wednesday from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm at Hall no.2, Janwani- MCCIA, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune
The monthly meeting of National Society for Clean Cities, Pune will take place on Saturday the 21st of April 2012 at 3:30 pm at Wadke Hall, 3rd floor, PMC [Corporation] Building, Shivajinagar, Pune 411005.
Maharashtra Act II of 2012: MajGen SCN Jatar (Rtd.) & Mr V N Rao
By this Act the BPMC Act and the MRTP Act have been amended. If a Designated Officer of the PMC fails to take action, without sufficient reason, against illegal construction, he can be punished with imprisonment to the extent of 3 months &/or with fine upto Rs. 20,000 or both. Further, the builder if found guilty of illegal construction, can be imprisoned from 1 to 3 years and/or fined from Rs 10,000 to Rs. 50,000. The proper implementation of this act will be very essential for the city.
Water Supply & Management : Mr. V G Kulkarni, PMC.
Reports from the Mohalla Committees.
Any other Business **(With the permission of the chair).
The talk at the Janwani monthly meet for April 2012 is “Let us choose to Participate” by Ms Neelima Kirane. In this talk, Ms. Kirane would highlight why and how to participate in the local government decision making processes that affect our day to day life and impact our quality of our living. The presentation would be based on her book “Jan Je Vanchill”.