A pre Diwali gift to local residents and BBMP, GWE turned an ugly spot where garbage was being dumped to its original utility as a bus bay with a fresh coat of paint
Residents of Godrej Woodsman Estate spent Sunday cleaning up the Dasarahalli main road as a pre-Diwali gift to the neighborhood.
The bus bay along with the bus shelter in front of Canara Bank received a spot fix.
In a matter of hours, young kids and residents of the apartment complex transformed the sore sight into what it was designed for – a public amenity site.
The garbage was cleared and a few strokes of paint quickly converted the area into a bright spot.
Having participated in the community initiative, the Woodizens happily handed over the spruced up part of the road to local RWAs and the BBMP which has been very supportive of their efforts, Tejaswi Uthappa, a GWE resident told North BangalorePost.
The Woodizens’ Spot-fix has already created an impact.
BBMP has promised to place a security guard at the refurbished bus shelter to stop garbage being dumped.
A BBMP officer said the civic body has also decided to clear some bins placed close to GWE which will help remove the stench emanating from it.