Selangor Times
Issue 118



LRT Stations (Distribution by hand) Morning

Ampang Sentul Timur
Pandan Indah
Pandan Jaya
Sentul Timur
Kelana Jaya Terminal Putra
Kelana Jaya
Taman Bahagia
Taman Paramount
Asia Jaya
Taman Jaya
Sri Rampai
Wangsa Maju
Taman Melati
Sri Petaling Sentul Timur
Taman Melati
Sri Petaling
Bukit Jalil
Bandar Tasik Selatan
Salak Selatan
Shopping Malls

(From Saturday noon)
Tropicana Mall
Sunway Pyramid
The Curve
IOI Mall
Plaza Damas
Ikano Power Centre
Empire Subang
Centro Mall, Klang
Bangsar Shopping Complex

Carrefour (Bukit Rimau, Subang Jaya, Wangsa Maju, Sri Petaling, Kepong, Puchong, Ampang, Jalan Peel, Jalan Kapar, Bandar Tun Hussein Onn, S23 Shah Alam)

(Puchong, Kajang, Bandar Kinrara, Klang, Pandamaran, Bandar Selayang, Kota Damansara, Taman Setiawangsa, Putra Heights, Taman Connaught, Kelana Jaya, Bukit Antarabangsa, Subang Jaya, Bukit Tinggi, Setia Alam, Kota Kemuning)

(Bukit Tinggi, Tmn Maluri, Wangsa Maju, Bandar Baru Klang, Mahkota Cheras)

(Puchong, Kajang, Mutiara Damansara, Rawang, Bukit Tinggi, Setia Alam, Ampang, Extra Shah Alam, Kepong)
Commuter Stations

(Distribution by hand) Morning
Sentul Port Klang
Port Klang
Bukit Badak
Shah Alam
Subang Jaya
Jalan Templer

Rawang Seremban
Kuala Kubu Baru
Sungai Buloh
Kepong Sentral
Morning Wet Markets

(Saturday morning)
Jalan SS2/62
Taman Medan
Jalan 17/27
SS15 Subang Jaya
Taman Kuchai Lama
Taman OUG
Pasar Taman Megah
Pasar Jalan Othman
Pasar Jalan 17/2
Pasar Sek 14
Seri Setia
Pasar Kg Chempaka
Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Forrest Medical Centre

Help Institute
College Bandar Utama (KBU)
Universiti Kebangsan Malaysia



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the darkness for change
PETALING JAYA: A silent walk in the night illuminated by 100 candle- or lamp-carrying participants was held at 1Utama Central Park last Saturday to raise awareness on children with special needs. Organised by Raise Voice @ Dignity and Services Bhd, the walk was a symbolic gesture by members of the public along with various non-governmental organisations that work with such children.

Open burning in Sumatra to blame for haze
SHAH ALAM: The haze that Selangor and other parts of the west coast have been experiencing is due to open burning in Sumatra, Indonesia. A low-level haze has been blanketing the skies over some parts of the west coast, notably areas in Perak, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan.

Flat forms JMB to ensure water supply
SERI KEMBANGAN: A Joint Management Body (JMB) will be set up for Anggerik Serdang Lama flats to help residents manage funds and avoid future water supply disruptions. “A JMB is badly needed because the developers management company who is handling the funds isn’t doing a good job,” said councillor Loka Ng.

PKNS FC tops premier league
SHAH ALAM: PKNS Football Club (FC) and its players have received accolades for winning this year’s Premier League football tournament. “PKNS FC players once formed Selangor FC, which was successful nationally. And at any one time, eight to nine Selangor players represented Malaysia,” said Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim.

School gets land for expansion
SHAH ALAM: SRJK(C) Khe Beng, which is bursting at the seams with 1,300 students on a 0.36-hectare site, will soon get land for expansion. “The state has identified a 1.61-hectare site nearby for the school to expand and cater to the educational needs of the community here,” said Shuhaimi Shafie.

Know Your Councillor: T Chandra Mohan
Helping low-cost flat dwellers to set up Joint Management Bodies (JMB) is one of the priorities of T Chandra Mohan.

State willing to defray burden of medium-cost housing
Selangor is willing to build medium-cost homes on its own if there are no partners from the private sector. Describing housing as paramount and a primary need, state executive councillor Iskandar Samad said it would emulate other governments in the region that build homes for their citizens.

Overwhelming support for affordable homes
SHAH ALAM: Over 1,800 applicants have applied for 200 medium-cost homes in Bangi, proving that the state’s scheme to provide affordable homes for those who need them is a success.

JMBs laud Restoration Assistance Scheme
SHAH ALAM: Management bodies of low-cost flats are grateful to the state for providing funds to help them repair facilities, some of which have been in disrepair for years.

RM2 mil to improve low-cost flats
SHAH ALAM: Joint Management Bodies (JMBs) of 18 low-cost developments earmarked for refurbishment under the state’s Restoration Assistance Scheme received offer letters last Saturday. Iskandar Samad said the state is providing RM2 million to aid low-cost flats in repairing broken elevators, leaking roofs and other basic facilities.

Kemuning Chinese schools get aid
SHAH ALAM: SRJK (C) Chung Hua and SRJK (C) Khe Beng received RM25,000 in financial aid from the state on Wednesday. Representatives from the two Chinese primary schools in Kota Kemuning and Jalan Bukit Kemuning received the donations from Sri Muda assemblyperson Shuhaimi Shafiei.

Australian High Commissioner pays courtesy call on state
SUBANG JAYA: Australia’s top diplomat here was received by Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim during an official visit at the state secretariat last week. Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia Miles Kupa also met members of the state executive council, and top civil servants and officials.

Villagers get 99-year leases
AMPANG: A hundred home owners have benefited from Selangor’s Private Residential Ownership Scheme (SPKP) since it was launched a month ago.

Kajang councillors stand firm
PUTRAJAYA: Ten Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) members, who were charged yesterday for wearing Bersih 2.0 t-shirts, stood by their actions. They collectively wore the attire during their council’s full board meeting on June 29 in support in support of the coalition for free and fair elections.

More time
 for factories to legalise ops
BUKIT BERUNTUNG: The state is extending the grace period for up to 60% of unlicensed factories in Selangor that have yet to legalise operations. The estimated 1,800 factories, mostly small and medium industries (SMIs), have until December 2012 to comply with requirements under the amnesty programme.

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