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The Lilongwe City Council was established under the Local Government Act No. 42 of 1998 as a body corporate. The Council comprises the Political and Administrative arms which both derive their authority from the Local Government Act of 1998. The Political  arm is led by the Mayor who is an elected councillor. The mayor is in charge of 27 Wards each overseen by an elected Councillor.  In addition, there are four (4) elected Members of Parliament who represent the Lilongwe urban sector. There are also five (5)  ex-official members representing interest groups. The Administrative arm of Lilongwe City Council is led by the Chief Executive Officer who oversees nine (9) technical departments and devolved sectors, including Commerce & Trade, Engineering, Education, Youth & Sports Sector, Parks & Recreation, Health and Social Welfare Services, Planning & Development and Finance.

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 Road capacity expansion works in the city of Lilongwe

Road capacity expansion works in the city of Lilongwe

A number of road capacity expansion projects are starting in Lilongwe City notably Kenyatta Drive and the Kamuzu Procession Road (M1).

These works have necessitated the relocation of services and regrettably the removal of trees to make way for the roads expansion works.  A total of 980 trees of various types have been removed along the M1 and a total of 316 mibawa and 85 gmelina trees are being removed from Kenyatta Drive.

Lilongwe City Council (LCC) is aware of the public concern at the removal of these trees.  LCC however assures the residents of the City and the general public that LCC will plant avenue trees along these roads.  The planting of these trees will start in the 2021/2022 rainy season to create attractive tree lined avenues in our city.

LCC management has made the decision to use the Mibawa trees for the making of school desks for City schools as a legacy and to support the education of the City’s children.

The road works are also going to cause significant disruption to traffic flow in some parts of the city.  Traffic management measures are being put in place and residents and the general public will be updated on these measures from time to time.

John Chome

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Lilongwe City Council

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