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Roseland Green Initiatives Showcased @Infosys, Pune DC - Eco-Show-Tell and Inspire Event

Roseland Green initiative "Reusable Shopping Bag" along with other Green initiatives implemented by Roseland namely Rain Water Harvesting, Energy Management and Optimization , Annual Plantation drives were showcased at Infosys, Pune DC "Eco-Show-Tell and Inspire Event" as part of week long Infosys, Pune DC environment day (5th June) celebrations.

Big "Thank You" to Roseland family for making all such initiatives a big success and an inspiration to other societies and ensuring we sustain these towards making our world a green and a clean place to live for us and for our coming generations....
Society implements 'farm fresh model'

Residents of Roseland Residency are fortunate to have a stall selling vegetables and fruits at 40% lower rates than that of market. After failed Farm Fresh model by PCMC, the society approached vendors offering thousands of customers at one go every day.
Auto Fare issue almost over at Roseland Residency

What the traffic inspector says
The autorickshaw are now playing by meters. D.M. Kungar from the traffic police branch, said, " We had decided that there will be another meeting held to decide on the exact fare chart and I think meeting should happen before the elections" In addtion, he stated that a service charge of Rs 20 was decided for those times, when autorickshaw are called on a phone call.

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Autos to ply by meter in Pimple Saudagar

PUNE: In a huge relief to the residents of Pimple Saudagar, the autorickshaw drivers in the area will now charge passengers as per meter reading. The decision was taken at a meeting on Sunday between traffic officials, autorickshaw union members and representatives of around 60 housing societies.

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Water pots at Roseland Residency

Two earthen water pots put at the garden of Roseland Residency Gate No 4 have been serving water to around 100 people including housekeeping people, kids playing in the garden and senior citizens. Pots have been kept for more than two months ago and are filled daily with water.

“We have been serving water for the last four years. Security guards from other societies and pedestrians who know the facility can come and have water,” said Santosh Maskar, chairman of the society.