Municipality allocates new camping sites – ARAB TIMES

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KUWAIT CITY, October 19: The Kuwait Municipality announced that it had allocated three new sites for the 2022-2023 spring camping season (November 15, 2022 to March 15, 2023) in what it called on a temporary, reports the daily Al-Rai. Informed sources said that the Director General of the Municipality, Engineer Ahmed Al-Manfouhi, has instructed the Municipality’s Spring Camp Committee to provide full support to small food projects, organizing and distributing them. on campsites in separate locations. Eng Manfouhi recommended limiting the work of cooperative societies to central markets only and excluding them from any expansion of commercial activities such as restaurants, especially since the Municipality provides a service to these cooperatives by allowing them to establish central markets in mainland France.

After the committee meeting on Tuesday, the head of the spring camp committee, the deputy director general for sectoral affairs of Hawalli and Ahmadi governorates, Fahd Al-Shatili, revealed that an invitation had been sent to company representatives. cooperatives to meet next Tuesday to choose areas within the approved sites specified by the committee to establish central markets and recreational facilities, explaining that an adjustment has been made to the sites that were discussed during the previous meeting.

Al-Shatili explained that the terms and conditions for the camping season will soon be adopted, pointing out that the committee continues to coordinate with relevant authorities to prepare, equip and ensure the comfort of campers during the upcoming spring camping season. He also reviewed the controls, requirements and procedures of camping licenses and called on those involved to follow the instructions and not set up before opening the door to the license which will be announced in sites other than the sites specified for camping by the committee, in order to avoid removal by field teams who have been trained at the governorate level, to inspect, prepare and clear all sites.

Sally J. Minick