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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MPSJ makes whistleblower history
SUBANG JAYA: The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) became the first local authority in Malaysia to encourage whistleblowing to combat corruption and malpractice. However, councillors at the MPSJ full board meeting on Wednesday argued that the move does not go far enough.

Adopting Islamic values in the arts
SHAH ALAM: The Malaysian Islamic Scholars Association of Selangor (PUM) held a colloquium last Saturday to explore how the state’s art and culture sector can be improved.

Loans for children of civil servants
SHAH ALAM: Selangor is setting up a RM5 million education fund for children of its civil servants  to pursue their studies. “We have found that many public servants have financial problems when it comes to financing their children’s education,” said Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim.

New lease of life for stalled development
GOMBAK: Abandoned more than a decade ago, Gombak Villa will be revived by new developer Koperasi Penternak dan Pengimport Ternakan Malaysia Bhd (Koternak). Its chairperson Jagjit Singh said they will complete construction of the 222 apartment units within the next 12 months.

Sand theft allegations refuted
PUCHONG: The Petaling District Office has refuted allegations of illegal sand mining at Taman Kinrara 5 lake. “Following our investigations, we found there has been no sand theft, only activities of filling up the lake,” said Yahaya Hasan during a visit to the site yesterday (June 16).

More allocations for low-cost flats
SHAH ALAM: The state has approved a RM7.7 million supplementary allocation in addition to an existing RM2 million budget to improve low-cost flats in Selangor.

Know Your Councillor: Dorothy Cheong
AMPANG: Preventing loss of lives or damage when trees collapse is among the many responsibilities of Dorothy Cheong. The two-term councillor with the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) says the problem with overgrown trees which are not maintained has raised the ire of residents.

MBPJ rolls out
 mobile offices
SHAH ALAM: The Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has made it more convenient for residents to make payments to the local council with the launch of its mobile office. “Residents of Petaling Jaya are able to pay their assessment rates, parking fines, and renew their business licenses at the mobile office,” said Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim.

Campaign to help farmers improve their yields
TANJUNG KARANG: Easy-to-follow guidelines by the Selangor Agriculture Department are being distributed to paddy farmers to help improve their harvest and their livelihoods. The state is targeting to increase rice production from an average of 5.5 tonnes per hectare to 7.5 tonnes per hectare by 2013.

Outraged over cleaning services, but divided over barriers
PETALING JAYA: Sea Park residents are split over security barriers in their neighborhood, but unanimous in their discontentment with Alam Flora contractors. The community raised their ire over both issues at a town hall meeting here last Sunday.

TI backs Bersih 2.0
SHAH ALAM: Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) has come out to support civil society organisation Bersih 2.0 and their call for clean, free and fair elections.

Taman Gembira appeals for better security
KLANG: Hourly police patrols have been suggested to address complaints from Taman Gembira residents here who want a safer neighbourhood. “Tighter safety measures need to be taken immediately because residents are complaining about daily snatch thefts and house break-ins,” said M Manoharan.

Decentralise to spur economic growth
KAJANG: Decentralising power from the federal level will enable the states to create their own fiscal policies and hence spur growth and turn the economy around. “There should be an independent Centre for Policy Initiatives (CPIs) in the various states in Malaysia,” said economics professor Dr Woo Wing Thye.

Kelab Syabas: Rental rates not high
PETALING JAYA: The private operator of PJ Palms Sports Centre has refuted claims it charges high rental rates.The new management of former Kelab Syabas said the rental is to recoup the RM4.2 million investment that was spent to refurbish the iconic club.

Wong: Water disruption not due to shortage
SHAH ALAM: Water levels at all dams remain high as the state maintains Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (Syabas) only have themselves to blame for the supply disruption affecting millions. “I want to stress to residents in affected areas that the disruption is because of maintenance work by Syabas and not because of inadequate water supply,” said Elizabeth Wong.

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