Cement direction boards crying for attention
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Cement direction boards crying for attention

November 17, 2020


I am residing at the road situated behind Sai Baba temple, J.P. Nagar, Mysuru. Ours as well as surrounding roads lack direction signboards. As such, new-comers to our area as well as delivery boys, courier boys and others are finding it difficult to locate the address. 

Some cement boards are painted in yellow but the details are not updated. Almost all other signboards installed long ago do not have the details as the wordings are either invisible or faded; and some concrete boards are in a dilapidated condition. 

Hence, I request the area Corporator as well as the City Corporation authorities personally as well as on behalf of general public, to look into the matter and provide facelift to these ‘directionless’ boards in our locality and also in surrounding ones at the earliest.

– A. Subramanya, J.P. Nagar, 13.11.2020

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