AAMA holds third ordinary meeting of the year
The Atebubu-Amantin municipal assembly has held its third ordinary meeting of the year in Atebubu.
Date Created : 12/14/2022 12:00:00 AM : Story Author : Daniel Oduro-Stewart/Ghanadistricts.com
Presenting his sessional address, the Atebubu-Amantin municipal chief executive Hon. Edward Owusu touched on a wide range of issues covering security, revenue, projects, agriculture and education.
The MCE said plans are far advanced to set up a military barracks in Atebubu with the proposed deployment of about 200 men before the end of the year in a bid to maintain security in the municipality and other adjoining districts.
On revenue he indicated that an amount of GHC1, 816,251.65 out of a projected total of GHC2, 000.000.00 representing 90.81% has been realized as at the end of October this year.
Edward Owusu enumerated some projects earmarked for next year which include: the construction of a number of classroom blocks for various communities, a health center, two semi-detached staff bungalow and a borehole for Senti, rehabilitation of existing school structures at Atebubu and Jato Zongo and the provision of a 12 unit water closet toilet facility in Atebubu.
The people of Amantin will benefit from the construction of a zonal council office whiles a number of communities will enjoy potable water from a total of 40 boreholes both mechanized and manual.
On agriculture, he catalogued a number of initiatives aimed at improving the wellbeing of farmers which include: training in good agronomic practices, sensitization in new and improved technologies and agro products and emerging and reemerging animal diseases among others.
The house approved a fee fixing resolution, a composite budget, an annual action plan and a revenue improvement action plan all for 2023.