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A (P)resident's blog. Part 1(Out of Many): Intro

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First and foremost : About the title

A (P)residents blog : I am and have been resident of a specific location in south bangalore and president of RWA of that location. In both roles as resident and president I have many experiences and thoghts. So I combined both resident and president as (P) resident.

I would be recollecting my experiences in past as both a resident and president adding my personal views and opniions. I hope to see lots of differences for sure. But idea is bring many "hidden" things from a citizen' perspective. Time and again, I have found that "we get what we deserve" (my user name :is wgwwd which is nothing but short form of above) A simple disclaimair : This series is not intended to hurt anyone in person, though many opinions of other (P)residents might have hurted me.

I am taking anonymity to "feel free" to express myself :)

A Single FAQ : Why this blog? Answer: Simply a rant and document the feelings (other way of venting out the hard feelings)

Let me just go through some history. The area is which I reside is a layout developed by a small private developer company in Koramangala. Company belongs to a community of Andhra origin, which is commion in Bangalore. I have no intention to target that community, just for info. The area has around 150 sites covered by BDA all the 3 sides and a private property belonging a "big" landlord on remaining side. Having completed the lay-out by around 2003, layout was "maintained" by this developer "well" till 2013. Fair ! But the story begins once he "handed over" layout to RWA.

I have relocated to this layout around 2012. It has been a pleasurable experience in overall to every resident of this layout. But also it has been a learning ground for me as a resident and president. The result of learning is this blog. Keep watching my blog in parts.


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