KUWAIT: Kuwait Municipality allocated 20 sites where co-operative societies and other parties can provide services for campers during the upcoming camping season. This came during a meeting for the municipality's committee for studying and updating the locations temporary allocated for camping yesterday. The meeting was held to discuss allowing various co-ops to have mini-markets at campsites. The meeting was headed by deputy director for Farwaniya and Mubarak Al-Kabeer affairs Fahd Al-Shetaili and representatives from Abdullah Al-Mubarak, Ishbiliya, Ardiya, Andalus, Sabah Al-Nasser, Jahra, Naeem, Naseem, Saad Al-Abdullah and Abdali co-ops, in addition to the livestock society.

In other news, the Capital committee at the Municipal Council yesterday approved a proposal by Chairman Hassan Kamal concerning amending the council's decision pertaining commercial activities at the Sharq seafront (fish market). The committee also approved proposals on licensing temporary shades for yards outside restaurants and cafes and allocating a location to build a mosque in Doha. It postponed discussing the cancellation of unused allocations on Failaka Island until further concerned bodies attend the meeting. In another municipal concern, the head of the environment committee at the Municipal Council Maha Al-Baghli yesterday met cleaning managers from various governorates to discuss preparations to hold a joint workshop to discuss amending cleaning regulations in various areas.

By Meshaal Al-Enezi