KUWAIT CITY, July 10: The supervisory teams of the Kuwait Municipality in a number of governorates carried out field tours, which resulted in cutting off power supply to violating establishments, lifting neglected cars and issuing citations for various reasons. In the Ahmadi Governorate, the supervisory team cut off the power supply to 15 apartments because the owner had rented out these apartments for bachelors in spite of a warning, while the supervisory team of the Cleanliness and Road Works Department in Farwaniya issued 301 citations related to public hygiene and removed 266 abandoned cars.
The supervisory team in the Hawalli Governorate issued 9 citations — for placing an advertisement without obtaining a license and not adhering to health requirements. This is in addition to issuing 17 warnings, while the supervisory team in the Capital Governorate intensified its field tours, which resulted in issuing 3 citations for non-compliance with health requirements.
In this context, the Director of the Department of Public Cleanliness and Road Works in the Jahra Municipality Fahd Al-Qarifa explained the supervisory team in the Taima carried out a field tour in the Qasr area and lifted 10 abandoned cars. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Public Works has requested the Central Agency for Public Tenders to reopen the bidding for all companies that purchased tender documents for the first phase of the construction, operation and maintenance of South Mutla’a Purification Plant, reports Al-Rai daily quoting sources. By Abdel Nasser Al-Aslami Al-Seyassah, Arab Times Staff