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Agenda / Objectives of 11 March BMC – NGO Council Meeting

Regarding ‘Local Area Citizen Groups’  

10:45: Networking  

11:00 : Discussion of  cleanliness drives and ‘zero-tolerance’ zones  

11: 30: Discussion of LACG concept:

a.       What is an LACG? Clauses 1-3

b.      What activities can an LAC undertake? - Cl 4

c.       How will LACG & BMC interact – Cl 5  

d.      How can LACGs be funded? – Cl 6

e.       What are the geographical boundaries of LACGs (vis-à-vis ALMs, or polling booths) – Cl 7 and physical maps placed at the meeting 

f.        What steps have to be taken to form an LACG – Cl 8

g.       General points – Cl 9 – 12

h.       Thanks  

1:00: Further discussion only with those who would like to form an LACG.  

Documents:

i)                    Booklet of New BMC Solid Waste Rules which are in effect from 1st March

ii)                   1 pg cleanliness drive note

iii)                 5 page LACG note including
 LACG map of CW 3 and
 Polling Booth – LACG comparison table

iv)                 Suggested LACG Boundaries of all Councillor Wards (for viewing only)














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