Selangor Times
Thursday
29·06·2017
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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Councils urged to make Selangor more disabled-friendly
PETALING JAYA: All local governments have been ordered to set up technical committees to make Selangor more disabled-friendly. To date, only the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has formed a technical working committee to oversee disabled facilities.

Open burning culprits to face legal action
SHAH ALAM: Anyone who continues to conduct open burning in Johan Setia and other parts of Selangor will have to face the full brunt of the law. Elizabeth Wong said under the Environmental Quality Act 1974, culprits can be jailed for up to five years and fined up to RM500,000.

Selangor to battle Alam Flora in court
SHAH ALAM: Alam Flora Sdn Bhd's application for a judicial review on Selangor's decision to end their cleaning concession contract and return operations to local government will be challenged in court. Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said he regretted the move by the company to stop the state and local authorities from continuing to hold open tenders for the cleaning contracts.

Know Your Councillor: Robert Choo
EDUCATING restaurant operators on proper hygiene in order to safeguard public health is paramount for Robert Choo Teck Keong. “It is sad to see food handlers selling unhygienic food to the public. They’re clueless about the fundamentals of personal hygiene,” said Choo.

Environmental degradation 
inviting disaster
SHAH ALAM: Malaysians should be prepared for dire consequences if trees continue to be felled for the sake of development. “We’re inviting natural disasters from deforestation,“ said Datin Che Asmah Ibrahim.

CCTVs keeping streets clean and safe
KLANG: Eye-in-the-sky security cameras installed on main streets here are proving their worth, with a reduction in the number of snatch thefts and other cases in what used to be crime hotspots.

Kg Cempaka - clear and present danger
PETALING JAYA: What was once peaceful Kampung Cempaka is today an illegal industrial site, raising concerns of residents here. While the illegal factories, which have been operating for decades, are oblivious to the risks, residents of the New Village are increasingly fearful of danger to their safety and health.

Action on contractors 
over cracked walls
PETALING JAYA: A stop-work order will be sought for a construction site in SS5D as cracks in nearby homes have gone unrepaired despite promises made by the contractor. The contractor was supposed to repair cracks in the floors and walls of nearby homes caused by piling works.

Lower water rates 
for Angsana residents
SUBANG JAYA: Residents of the Angsana low-cost flats in USJ 1 will enjoy lower rates for water, thanks to cash coupons from the state to help them subsidise their bills.

Frustration over flash floods in Puchong
PUCHONG: Heavy rains have not been enough to cool off residents left fuming over longstanding problems with flash floods in Taman Puchong.

State orders review of Felda settlements
SHAH ALAM: A review of the law establishing the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) is being conducted in the interest of the 10,000 settlers in Selangor. The state on Tuesday set up the Selangor Felda Taskforce to scrutinise the outdated Group Settlement Arrears Act 1960 (GSA).

Elderly to enjoy more privileges
SHAH ALAM: Senior citizens registered with Skim Mesra Usia Emas (SMUE) will soon get cash vouchers to help cope with inflation. The new scheme is to enhance the state welfare programme to help people in their golden years.

SS2 bridal shops to be licensed in two years

Noraini Roslan: Madam President
Kuala Selangor District Council’s (MDKS) newly minted president, Noraini Roslan talks to Selangor Times about being the first woman to helm a local government. The former Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) town planning director relates her feelings about the “surprise” appointment, her experiences with local government so far, and what she plans to bring to the table at her new job.

Selpex racks up RM150m 
in property sales
SHAH ALAM:  Selangor’s Property and Lifestyle Expo 2011 (Selpex 2011) has racked up property sales worth about RM150 million. The three-day expo at the Shah Alam Convention Centre (SACC) from June 10-12 showcased RM3 billion worth of real estate.

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