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Lucknow Municipal Corporation initiates a project to recycle debris into useful products!

As a step towards sustainable development, Lucknow Municipal Corporation has decided to collect and recycle debris and waste materials from demolition sites in the city. Under this initiative, the civic body has planned to establish 8 collection centres across different parts of the district. After the collection of trash substances at these locations, a private agency will take them to the treatment plant for recycling purposes.

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New street lights to be installed along Kamta, Chinhat & Matiyari flyovers in Lucknow!

In a bid to upgrade road safety and prevent accidents in the city, Lucknow's Kamta, Chinhat and Matiyari flyovers will be equipped with street lights by November. Lying on the Lucknow-Ayodhya road, the three flyovers will get around 400 poles on a stretch of 5Km, approximately. A joint venture of NHAI, Lucknow Municipal Corporation and Public Works Department, the project will be implemented at a proposed cost of ₹4 crores.

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Government hospital across Lucknow to be cleared of encroachments within 7 days

Aiming to ensure encroachment-free campuses for the government hospitals in the city, the district administration of Lucknow has initiated a special drive for this purpose. As a part of this initiative, a region of about 40 to 50 metres around the entrances of public hospitals will be made free from any kind of intrusions, within a span of 7 days. Additionally, the municipal corporation will also undertake steps for the removal of illegal hoardings, banner/posters and kiosks in the city.

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Caution dog parents! Register your pets before August 25 or pay hefty fines

August 25 onwards, the Lucknow Municipal Corporation will run a door-to-door survey across town, to check and verify dog registration certificates. Reportedly, a fine of ₹5,000 would be imposed on all citizens who falter in registering their pet dogs with the municipal authority. People can get their pets registered at the Cattle Catching Department of the LMC Headquarters in Lalbagh.

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Lucknow Municipal Corporation to undertake beautification projects for 706 parks in the city!

In an attempt to uplift the aesthetic appeal of the city's landscape, Lucknow Municipal Corporation has decided to roll out a string of interventions. As per the plans, an expenditure of ₹34.57 crores will be incurred for upgrading and revamping the environs of 706 parks in Lucknow. In addition to this, ₹15 crores will be spent on establishing green corridors across 5 markets in the city including Aminabad, Yehiyaganj, Chowk, Bhootnath and Alambagh.

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