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Licences go online in Subang Jaya

Published: Fri, 30 Mar 2012

SUBANG JAYA: Residents can now visit Subang Jaya Municipal Council’s (MPSJ) website to renew dog licences, book municipality halls or even seek permits to put up banners or buntings.

“We are improving our web system and are encouraging people to go online rather than come to MPSJ,” said council president Datuk Asmawi Kasbi.

Applications can be made at mpsj.gov.my from April 1. Payments for applications made online can be made via credit card.

But those who apply to get approvals for banners and bunting will still have to collect permits from MPSJ’s Licensing Department.

Residents can request dog licences to be posted to them or collect them from Counter 1 at the MPSJ headquarters.

Online hall and court bookings can only be done for certain sports.

 

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