Selangor Times
Tuesday
26·09·2017
Issue 118

 

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Polls code violators to be shamed
Participants of the 13th General Election risk being shamed by an electoral watchdog should they fail to campaign in a respectful manner.

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Walking in solidarity with cancer survivors
KAJANG: Standing out in their purple t-shirts at this year’s Relay for Life were 300 cancer survivors who gathered to share stories on their personal battles.

Council offers carrot and stick to get arrears
SHAH ALAM: While ratepayers who promptly pay this year’s assessment stand to win an iPad2 from the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA), those with arrears risk having their properties seized.

Condo residents see red over 
quit rent hike
PETALING JAYA: Residents of Kelana D’Putera are up in arms over quit rent payments which have risen from RM12,000 to RM34,000.

BK3 residents in the dark over LRT station
PUCHONG: Frustrations are running high among residents of Bandar Kinrara (BK3) who are objecting to the plan to build a proposed light-rail transit (LRT) station in their neighbourhood.

Mixed reactions ahead of historic village head elections
SHAH ALAM: While there’s an air of excitement in Pulau Ketam over their upcoming village head elections, it is business as usual for folks in Jenjarom. Residents of both New Villages are scheduled to go to the polls for the historic elections on Sunday. Nomination will start from 10am to 11am at both Chinese New Villages.

MPSJ's whistleblower policy blows hot air
SUBANG JAYA: The decision of the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) to appoint its own officers to investigate complaints of graft and maladministration in the council has received the thumbs down.

Know your councillor: Loka Ng
SUBANG JAYA: Getting the municipality to set up a committee to address the needs of the disabled is one of the aims of  Loka Ng Sai Kai. The first-term councillor of the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has been pushing for the approval of this proposal since he was appointed last July.

Residents living in fear, developers deny blame
KAJANG: Construction work is being delayed while two developers point fingers at each other over who is to blame for cracks in 10 houses due to development on Jalan Puncak Saujana 2/3.

State approval needed before demolition of houses of worship
SHAH ALAM: Authorities seeking to demolish any houses of worship must now obtain state approval, following a motion passed in the Selangor legislative assembly on Wednesday.

State honours dads with Father’s Day programme
SHAH ALAM: Forty dads from various departments in Selangor were honoured during the state’s inaugural Father’s Day programme titled My Father, My Hero.

Facelift for Little India
KLANG: Little India, which is synonymous with traffic snarls, crime and filth besides being prone to flash floods, is getting an upgrade to improve the image of the royal town. “Major infrastructure upgrades will be undertaken by the council to improve the street’s (Jalan Tengku Kelana) appearance and to give it a new image,” said Datuk Abdul Ghani Pateh Akhir.

Orphanage tragedy a result of hill cutting
SHAH ALAM: The May 21 landslide at the Hidayah Madrasah Al-Taqwa orphanage in Hulu Langat which claimed the lives of 16 people, many of whom were children, was caused by human activity.

State to register 60,000 babies for savings fund
SHAH ALAM: A total of 49,704 babies have been registered under the Tabung Warisan Anak Selangor (Tawas) programme, and the state is targeting to increase the number to 60,000 by year end. Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said among those registered, 61% are Malay, 23% Chinese, 14% Indian, and the remaining 2% from other ethnicities.

State to impose maintenance fee guidelines
PETALING JAYA: Guidelines to regulate maintenance charges in high-rise buildings will be rolled out by the state within a month to protect residents from being fleeced. “The guidelines are to prevent the Joint Management Bodies (JMB) from overcharging resi-dents,” said state executive councillor Iskandar Samad.

Factories seeking amnesty must move away from residential areas
SHAH ALAM: Illegal factories applying to legalise operations under the state’s amnesty programme are required to shift their operations away from residential areas. Some of the factories, which have existed before townships were built up around them, have become the bane of residents due to the air and noise pollution they create.

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