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Residents laud Koramangala 4th Block RWA

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The fourth Annual General Body Meeting of the Koramangala 4th Block Residents Welfare Association, was held on (24th May) Sunday, at Rectangle Play Ground in Koramangala 4th Block. The meeting began with the invocation by Jayamma, Managing Committee member.
After that G.M Shetty, President of the Association, welcoming the gathering, briefed the activities of the Association and mentioned about the achievements made by the Association within a short period of four years. He also mentioned that 4th Block is a vast area and all the residents should cooperate and work hand-in-hand to solve the civic and other problems of the area. He also emphasized about the enrollment of new members. He highlighted frequent water logging problem in 4th Block due to overflowing of the main storm water drain and hopes to solve this problem shortly with the cooperation of Minister Ramalinga Reddy.
P K Cherian, General Secretary of the Association, conducted the proceedings of the association.
K Krishna Reddy, Treasurer of the Association, placed before the general body, the annual accounts for the year 2014-15 and the general body has unanimously approved the accounts.
Several members lauded the work of the Association and also gave suggestions. A resident Gopal thanked the Managing Committee for supporting non-commercialisation of the area. He urged more members to join and get rid of this commercialisation in residential areas.
Resident J Srinivas sought for pruning of trees near Swabhimana Park.
Another resident Jayavelu emphasised to initiate tenants to become RWA members.
Sharadamma, a resident of 12th Main complained of indiscriminate parking of vehicles and their disturbance during night time when they take out. Another resident Venkatesh Shetty from 5th Cross said that there is no footpath as well as drain. Besides this, he sought for the removal of dustbins installed near Chaitanya School as they were creating respiratory problems to residents living next door. One more resident Ashwathnarayana complained about parking of vehicles on 5th Cross by outsiders especially on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The meeting was concluded with vote of thanks by B N Rakesh, Joint Secretary of the Association.

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