ADM to improve quality of life, services of Al Rawdah, Al Karama residents

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Abu Dhabi / WAM

Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM) held a meeting with the residents of Al Rawdah and Al Karama areas as part of Al Multaqa initiative, aimed at identifying people’s needs and improving the quality of life and services facilities in both areas.
The meeting was attended by scores of executive directors, directors and representatives of government agencies including strategic partners in addition to the residents of both areas and media representatives.
On behalf of the General Manager of Abu Dhabi City Municipality, Salah Awad Al Sarraj, Acting Executive Director of Town Planning Sector, said, “The Municipality is seeking to open channels of communication with the residents of Abu Dhabi, identify their needs, heed to their suggestions and figure out the best scenario to serve them. Such gatherings avail the opportunity for conducting a transparent dialogue to inform the public about the key projects undertaken in their areas and in the capital, besides highlighting the importance of such projects in developing the social and economic lifestyle in the city. Such meetings also enable the Municipality to identify the needs and aspirations of the population in both areas and figure out the feasible solutions by undertaking development projects and leveraging public service offering.”
Al Sarraj called upon the whole populace to promote participation and communication with the Municipality, which renews its adherence to the policy of openness and interaction, and consider the suggestions raised in line with the Municipality’s vision aimed at ensuring a superior quality of life and a sustainable environment for the residents to Abu Dhabi and suburbs.
The people of Al Rawdah and Al Karama areas expressed their appreciation for the Municipality’s initiative and its keen attention to communicate with people, praising the projects constructed by the Municipality in all areas of Abu Dhabi.
During the forum, the Municipality and its strategic partners conducted an open and transparent discussion with the people in both areas. The citizens propounded a number of suggestions, highlighted by widening sidewalks, increasing pavements and basco reforms, and overhauling sewer manholes.
At the end of the meeting, the ADM and partners stressed that they will study all comments made by residents and consider them seriously in future plans.

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