Selangor Times
Saturday
19·08·2017
Issue 118

 

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HIGHLIGHT

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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TOP NEWS

Three-in-one flea markets 
at Jaya One
PETALING JAYA: On top of offering a great variety of restaurants and the PJ Live Arts centre, Jaya One is also now host to three exciting flea markets. From limited-edition garments and handmade accessories to organic and eco-friendly products, the 3-in-1 market attracted hundreds of youths and families as the goods were unique yet competitively price.

Know your councillor: Latheefa Koya
PETALING JAYA: Human rights lawyer Latheefa Koya was selected as one of the 24 city councillors here because of her professional background. The first-term councillor is now in her 10th year practising public interest law, which includes migrant, refugee and criminal cases.

Competition to promote biodiesel
PETALING JAYA: A competition to get communities to recycle their used cooking oil for biodiesel is under way to promote a sustainable green environment in the city. This competition, starting July 9-Aug 12, will be the first phase of the project targeted at staff of the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ), school students and neighbourhoods.

Mayor refutes accusations of foot dragging by council
PETALING JAYA: The mayor has refuted criticism that the council is dragging its feet to repair a collapsed retaining wall of a condominium along Sungai Penchala here.

Residents given runaround over illegal hostel
AMPANG: Fed-up residents who want action against a hostel converted from a four-story shop lot in Kampung Baru Ampang have found no solution despite appeals to authorities.

Report on PJ Palms to be handed to state
PETALING JAYA: The mayor will present a detailed report on the operations of PJ Palms Sports Centre to the Selangor Economic Action Council. The report by the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) will include the refurbishment work and operations at the former Kelab Syabas.

Traffic offenders will find names 
in newspapers
SHAH ALAM: The city council (MBSA) will name and shame traffic offenders with outstanding compounds in the media and its website starting this month.

MBSA ready to take over 
Alam Flora’s cleaning duties
SHAH ALAM: The Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) has yet to receive any new directive from the state regarding the takeover of cleaning duties.

Council seeks chemical for sticker removal
SUBANG JAYA: The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is searching for an effective way to remove illegal loanshark or Ah Long stickers.

Making a point with yellow
SHAH ALAM: Dark suits were traded for Bersih t-shirts, yellow ties and even headscarves by councillors attending full board meetings of the city and local councils in Selangor on Wednesday.

Contractors’ profits to be reduced
SUBANG JAYA: Selangor intends to slash profit margins for public projects from 30% to 7% to ensure maximum value for ratepayers’ money.

Extra power means more income
SHAH ALAM: Ratepayers should get ready to cash in on generating their own energy and selling the excess back to energy distributors. The Renewable Energy bill, which was passed in Parliament in April, allows premises to generate power from renewable sources and sell the electricity back to Tenaga Nasional (TNB) for extra income.

Selangor plans welfare schemes for housing
SUBANG JAYA: The state government will look into setting up a fund to subsidise rental for families that cannot get loans to buy their own homes.

First land premium briefing in Hulu Langat
SHAH ALAM: The state is holding the first public briefing for its Private Residential Ownership Scheme in Kampung Bukit Sungai Putih, Hulu Langat on Saturday.

Pick peaceful route for marches, Bersih tells IGP
KUALA LUMPUR:  Police have been asked to suggest the route for the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) to ensure a peaceful rally on July 9. “We’ve asked them to please consider it, from a point in Kuala Lumpur to Taman Jaya or whatever. [They] choose, we’ll follow,” said Bersih 2.0 chairperson Datuk S Ambiga, after meeting with the police chief yesterday afternoon.

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