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Residents oppose fish market, sludge treatment projects

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The Tiruchi Corporation two important upcoming projects – a modern fish market and a faecal sludge management and treatment plant – at Kasivilangi on Kuzhumani Road in the city have run into stiff opposition from residents of Linga Nagar and neighbouring areas.

Expressing fears of possible pollution and likely traffic congestion, local residents have urged the Corporation to relocate the facilities.

The residents, who recently petitioned the Collector on the issue, have also moved the Green Tribunal against the establishment of the faecal treatment plant in their locality. Work on the project is already underway and the building for the modern fish market complex is also under construction.

The new fish market, which would accommodate shops of the fish market currently functioning at Puthur without proper infrastructure, would have shops for wholesale and retail traders, cold storage, fish processing area, and an effluent treatment plant.

The faecal management and treatment system is a project planned on the lines of a project implemented at Devanahalli in Karnataka. The treated waste water from the plant is planned to be used for irrigating gardens in its buffer zone and the bio-gas generated from the bio digester would be used for cooking. The composted sludge could be used as bio-manure in agricultural fields.

The project seeks to bring about an integrated and holistic approach in managing faecal sludge. The project would cover about 10,700 households in six wards in the city and the disposal will take place at treatment plant to be set up at Kasivilangi.

Representatives from the project implementation agencies have assured that the entire system would be underground and there would be no foul odour emanating from the plant. Besides, the treated waste water and the compost would be completely pathogen-free, they maintain.

However, residents fear that the projects would adversely impact low-lying area, prone for flooding. They fear that flooding and possible submergence of the treatment plant could lead to much pollution.

“There are over 5000 houses close to the facilities. Cultivation is still going on in about 500 acres along the Kuzhumani road and the locality is sandwiched between the Kodingal and Kasivilangi canals. We are scared and shudder to think what would happen if there were to be floods again,” said V. Thirugnanasambandam, secretary, Lingam Nagar Residents Welfare Association. The association members also fear that

Residents also fear that the faecal sludge project could pollute the ground water and air in Kamatchi Amman Kovil Street, Vallalar Nagar, Lingam Nagar, Selva Nagar, Mangal Nagar, Subramania Nagr, SBI Colony and Aravanur. The water flow in Kasivilangi canal was already polluted, they charge.

Mr.Thirugnanasambanbam also pointed out that the facilities are being established in a site which is accessible only through the narrow Kuzhumani Road, the only access road to the residential colonies. If trucks and other vehicles frequent the facilities, the stretch on the narrow road would become a major traffic bottleneck, he contended.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tir ... 014318.ece


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The long wait for basic infrastructure continues

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The long wait for basic infrastructure continues for the residents of Anandam Avenue on East Boulevard Road near Maharani Theatre in the city.

Better roads, sanitation and regular supply of water, which are three basic infrastructure in any residential colony, have kept away most people from Anandam Avenue.

The residential colony, situated on the eastern side of East Boulevard Road, came into existence about 15 years ago. It was one of the offshoots of unbridled urbanisation in the city.

Not many came forward to construct houses when the colony was created. However, the face of the colony had changed when a few educational institutes including Kurinji College and Santhanam Vidyalaya were set up there. Now, it has a number of individual houses. A few apartments have also sprung up in the colony. But it does not have any roads except the Greenway Road that leads to a college. That road too looks worn out as it was laid about 10 years ago.

Mud roads, which were reportedly levelled by the real estate promoter, are the only option for the residents.

“Several years have passed since the colony was formed. There is still no sign of forming new roads,” said a resident.

Similar to the residents of other areas, she said that they had been promptly paying all types of taxes to the Tiruchi Corporation. It should have created all infrastructures at least two years from the creation of the colony. Numerous petitions were given to the Corporation and its former elected representatives, seeking the intervention of authorities to lay new roads. Though they promised to create all infrastructure including roads on many occasions, the promises were yet to be fulfilled.

Recollecting their sufferings on rainy days, the resident said that all roads become slushy and unmotorable.

“It is high time to lay roads and special attention must be made to create all needed infrastructure immediately,” a resident said.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 377440.ece


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