MUDA hands over 23 Layouts to MCC
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MUDA hands over 23 Layouts to MCC

Mysuru: The Mysuru Urban Development Authority (MUDA) has handed over 23 layouts in and around the city to the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC).

The layouts are Bogadi Survey Number 92/3, 92/4, Puttegowda, Kenchegowda Layout, Dattagalli village Survey number 170/1,2 Bhagyamma, Late Nagaraju layout, Bogadi village Survey number 227 partially Anand Housing Society Layout, Bogadi Survey number 224 Sathyanarayan Shetty, Rajendra Gupta Layout, Devanoor village Survey number 132 Thathappa layout, Devanoor village survey number 49 and 53 Layouts, Postal employees layout, Devanoor and Kesare village Survey number 184, 185, Sayda Begum Layout, Belavatha village, Survey number 137/1, Dreams Realtors, Devanoor village Survey number 40, Devanoor village Survey number 49 and 53, Income tax layout Kurubarahalli Survey Number 4, Sri Sai Layout Dattagalli Survey number 118/2, MUDA Weavers Welfare and Cultural Society 117, 118/1 , Mysuru Chamarajanagar District Cooperative Housing Society Survey number 54, 55 at Yeraganahalli, JSS Housing Cooperative Society Kyathamaranahalli Survey number 162, 166, Government D Group Workers Housing Cooperative Society, Sathagalli Survey number 52 and 53, Vidyashankar Housing Cooperative Society Sathagalli Survey number 72/1, 2,73/1, HPO and RRMS Layout Sathagalli Survey number 47,51 , C.V. Ananthamurthy Sathagalli Survey number 76/1 and 71/1, Chikkajawaraiah, Late Siddaiah, Sathagalli Survey No.70, Yeshodamma, Sathagalli Survey Number 69 and 70, Prabhakar, Nazarbad Mohalla (GPA Holder Ekadanta Hotel) MCC Khatha No.3 old number 676.

February 28, 2018

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