Gulf Times - Central-Municipal-Council
CMC recommends monitoring of cranes

CMC recommends monitoring of cranes

The use of cranes in construction sites should be closely monitored and regulated by the departments concerned to ensure the safety and security of road users in the surroundings, the Central Municipal Council (CMC) recommended at a recent session.

CMC objects to smoking outside shopping centres

CMC objects to smoking outside shopping centres

The Central Municipal Council (CMC) on Tuesday expressed its disapproval of the 'growing phenomenon' of people smoking at the entry and exit points of shopping centres.

CMC urges feasibility study on air-conditioned bus stops

CMC urges feasibility study on air-conditioned bus stops

The Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC) should study the possibility of air-conditioning bus stops across the country and make them more passenger friendly, with special focus on safety and security requirements, the Central Municipal Council (CMC) urged.

CMC calls for speedy completion of road works

CMC calls for speedy completion of road works

The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) should expedite the maintenance works of the streets across Qatar, especially those with cracks and caved-in portions, the Central Municipal Council (CMC) recommended on Tuesday at the regular bi-weekly session.

CMC pushes for ban on male sales staff at women's clothes shops

CMC pushes for ban on male sales staff at women's clothes shops

Sales staff at shops selling women's clothes in Qatar should be women only, members of the Central Municipal Council (CMC) demanded at their bi-weekly regular session.

CMC proposes display of artworks for beautification

CMC proposes display of artworks for beautification

Works by Qatari artists that promote heritage and culture of the country should be used to beautify the entry and exits of flyovers, bridges and the various underpasses, Central Municipal Council (CMC) members have suggested.

CMC stresses need for extra floor permission

CMC stresses need for extra floor permission

Central Municipal Council (CMC) members yesterday stressed the need to allow Qataris to build three-storey houses in addition to penthouse.