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‘Conserve architecture of town hall during renovation’

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on the spot:Ajay Yadav, right, Joint Commissioner of Municipal Administration, interacting with C. Manoharan, Collector, in Pudukottai on Friday.
on the spot:Ajay Yadav, right, Joint Commissioner of Municipal Administration, interacting with C. Manoharan, Collector, in Pudukottai on Friday.

Municipality will maintain the architectural structure of the town hall here without causing any alteration during renovation and extension, said Ajay Yadav, Joint Commissioner of Municipal Administration.

Referring to the beautiful architecture of the town hall constructed during the erstwhile Pudukottai Samasthanam era, Mr. Yadav said that the municipality had been sanctioned special funds for the centenary celebrations of the municipal office. Town Hall was also being renovated.

He advised the officials to retain the ancient architecture of the building.

Accompanied by C. Manoharan, Collector, the official inspected the site selected for setting up the centenary memorial arch at the outskirts of the town on the Thanjavur Road and Tiruchi Road.

He also inspected the work being taken up in Gandhi Park. He advised the officials to set up hoardings about the centenary projects being implemented in the town, so as to explain to the members of the public the various civic schemes being implemented in the town.

K. Murugesan, Municipal Commissioner, said that the encroachments on the Sandaipettai where the centenary office building would be constructed, had been removed.

S.A. Sait alais Abdul Rahman, Municipal Chairperson (in-charge), S. Shanthi, Regional Director of Municipalities, Rajasekaran, regional engineer were present.

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