MCC further extends due date for payment of property tax


Team Udayavani, Sep 30, 2020, 6:02 PM IST

Mangaluru: The Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) on Wednesday extended by one month the due date for payment of property tax without any penalty.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the MCC had given time period till September end to pay property tax. This has now been extended till October 31, Mayor Diwakar told reporters here.

On issue of waste disposal, MCC commissioner Akshy Shridhar said that from October 2 onwards, the corporation will begin imposing fines, as per provisions of solid waste management bye laws 2019, if one fails to segregate dry and wet waste. Collection of wet waste will be done on a daily basis while the dry waste will be collected once a week i.e. on Fridays, he said.

Pointing out that the sale, use of plastic is prohibited in MCC limits, Shridhar said penalty ranging from Rs 1,500 up to Rs 25,000 will be imposed and cases will be filed against violators.

Further he mentioned that vendors, selling their goods on footpaths have been given a weeks’ time to clear the space. After this period, the MCC will conduct an eviction drive, he warned.

Issues pertaining to the installation of flex banners without obtaining license, and resumption of business at Central Market were among the issues discussed at the meet.

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