741 small-scale development projects worth RM90m for Sabah
Published on: Monday, October 03, 2022
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741 small-scale development projects worth RM90m for Sabah
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KOTA BELUD: The Housing and Local Government Ministry (KPKT) through the Local Government Department (JKT) has approved 741 small-scale development projects for Sabah this year with an allocation of almost RM90 million.

Its minister, Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican said the number involved 26 local authority projects covering infrastructure, socio-economy and public facilities.

He said the JKT was also now implementing three large-scale projects worth RM53 million in Sabah comprising a multi-level car park at Foh Sang, Luyang at a cost of RM38 million, rebuilding of the Putatan public market (RM5 million) and building of the Putatan tamu market site (RM10 million).

“My ministry remains committed to making its main agenda and focus a success, mainly, ‘Malaysia Berdaya Huni’ or ‘Liveable Malaysia’ with sustainable environmental features including the physical infrastructure and environmental quality covering the public facilities, markets, parks and transportation.

“These are important in raising the living standard of the local communities, hence empowering them in building Keluarga Malaysia as a productive and prosperous unit,” he said at the official opening of Bazar Rakyat (People’s Bazaar) Kota Belud, here, today.



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