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November 12, 2019 Hotline
CITY Hall staff are keeping an eye on the goings-on along the road around some shophouses, near Taman Fortuna, following a complaint about the traffic hazards posed by the vehicles which were illegally parked on the stretch.
November 11, 2019 Hotline
 A SUGGESTION to ease the more than a mile-long traffic jam along Jalan Tuaran, in Manggatal, during the evening peak hours has been submitted to City Hall. .
November 11, 2019 Hotline
CITY Hall will check on the condition of the streetlights at the Bukit Padang jogging track, following a female jogger’s concern about the safety hazards posed by the unlit section of the track.
November 09, 2019 Hotline
REMEDIAL action was taken by a contractor to provide new covering for the drain beneath a walkway in Tanjung Aru town, recently. It was learnt that the missing or damaged concrete slab for the drain was posing danger to unwary pedestrians.
November 09, 2019 Hotline
CITY Hall is looking into two Likas rate-payers’ complaints about the noise coming from the construction site near the Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens-Jalan Istiadat junction.
November 08, 2019 Hotline
THE Penampang Traffic Police had been notified about the potential danger awaiting those exiting from a road junction in between Kampung Tunoh and Kampung Tomposik in Inobong, due to the presence of an excavator parked next to the roadside.  .
November 08, 2019 Hotline
 THE Drainage and Irrigation Department (DID) has removed one of two islands, and most of the second, from the Likas Lagoon, after receiving a Federal allocation for this purpose.
November 07, 2019 Hotline
 CITY Hall is urged to not only raise the position of the manhole cover at the road junction into Lorong Kacang Tanah 1, from Jalan Kolombong, but also to fortify its base. .
November 07, 2019 Hotline
 City Hall is in the process of cracking down on illegal hawkers, including those who operate on the verges of roads around the State Capital.
November 06, 2019 Hotline
THE management company for the Jesselton Point ferry terminal in the City will be asked to step up the maintenance of the toilets on the premises, including replacing the damaged and missing fixtures inside.
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