Tambaram Corporation to Finish Drain Work by July End
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Tambaram Corporation to Finish Drain Work by July End

The Tambaram Corporation has announced plans to complete its ongoing drain work by the end of July. This initiative is crucial for addressing water logging issues in the area, ensuring better drainage and reducing the risk of flooding during heavy rains. The corporation is committed to finishing the project on time, providing much-needed relief to residents.

The drain work, which has been underway for several months, involves the construction and renovation of drainage systems across various parts of Tambaram. These improvements are expected to significantly enhance the area's infrastructure, mitigating water-related problems that have plagued the region for years.

Tambaram Corporation officials have been closely monitoring the progress of the project to ensure timely completion. The corporation has deployed additional resources and manpower to expedite the work, aiming to minimise inconvenience to the public. Residents have been urged to cooperate with the ongoing construction activities and adhere to safety guidelines.

The project has received positive feedback from the local community, with many expressing relief at the prospect of improved drainage. Properly functioning drainage systems are vital for preventing water stagnation, which can lead to health hazards and damage to property.

Municipal Commissioner M. Elangovan stated that the corporation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for Tambaram's residents through improved infrastructure. He emphasised the importance of completing the drain work before the onset of the monsoon season to avoid any water logging issues.

With the completion of the drain work, Tambaram is set to experience better water management and reduced flooding risks, contributing to a safer and more comfortable living environment for its residents. The corporation's efforts reflect its commitment to sustainable urban development and public welfare.

The Tambaram Corporation has announced plans to complete its ongoing drain work by the end of July. This initiative is crucial for addressing water logging issues in the area, ensuring better drainage and reducing the risk of flooding during heavy rains. The corporation is committed to finishing the project on time, providing much-needed relief to residents. The drain work, which has been underway for several months, involves the construction and renovation of drainage systems across various parts of Tambaram. These improvements are expected to significantly enhance the area's infrastructure, mitigating water-related problems that have plagued the region for years. Tambaram Corporation officials have been closely monitoring the progress of the project to ensure timely completion. The corporation has deployed additional resources and manpower to expedite the work, aiming to minimise inconvenience to the public. Residents have been urged to cooperate with the ongoing construction activities and adhere to safety guidelines. The project has received positive feedback from the local community, with many expressing relief at the prospect of improved drainage. Properly functioning drainage systems are vital for preventing water stagnation, which can lead to health hazards and damage to property. Municipal Commissioner M. Elangovan stated that the corporation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for Tambaram's residents through improved infrastructure. He emphasised the importance of completing the drain work before the onset of the monsoon season to avoid any water logging issues. With the completion of the drain work, Tambaram is set to experience better water management and reduced flooding risks, contributing to a safer and more comfortable living environment for its residents. The corporation's efforts reflect its commitment to sustainable urban development and public welfare.

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