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February 23, 2024 Hotline
THE District Council will step up efforts to maintain the cement walkways around Beaufort, including those which have been built over the covered drains, while City Hall is checking on the condition of a similar structure in one part of Inanam.
February 22, 2024 Hotline
CITY HALL is cracking down on homeowners who pile up rubbish inside their compounds, or outside their fences, as these discarded objects have the potential to become a breeding ground for Aedes mosquitoes.
February 21, 2024 Hotline
THE Water Department is monitoring the supply to Tanjung Aru, following feedback about the intermittent tap water at some locations in the area.
February 20, 2024 Hotline
THE Public Works Department (PWD) is deliberating over how best to improve the traffic flow at the T-junction between Jalan Kolam and Jalan Sena.
February 16, 2024 Hotline
CITY HALL plans to improve the drainage in one part of Taman Seri Gaya to mitigate the nuisance created by run off ponding behind several homes in this Luyang neighbourhood during a downpour.
February 15, 2024 Hotline
STAFF have been stationed at the boom gates to the parking areas inside Imago Shopping Mall to make drivers more aware about the way its “cashless parking” operates.
February 08, 2024 Hotline
THE Water Department is monitoring the supply to a Manggatal commercial centre and the adjacent apartments, following feedback that taps at both properties had intermittently run dry over the past few weeks.
February 07, 2024 Hotline
CITY Hall has ramped up its crackdown on litterbugs at commercial centres and towns within its rating area, with 403 errant individuals collectively paying RM6,480 in compounds as part of the agency’s “Ops Bersih (Cleanliness Operations)” in January alone.
February 06, 2024 Hotline
GRAVEL has been poured over the potholes which have formed in some of the roads around Taman Eramas, in Beaufort, while pieces of plywood have been placed over the exposed sections of the drain which runs below the parking area in one part of the town. .
February 02, 2024 Hotline
CITY HALL officers are keeping an eye out for illegally parked vehicles, including those which may have been abandoned, in the Sinsuran area of the State Capital and in one part of Inanam.
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