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My journey - Wong Hon Wai 黃漢偉

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My journey - Wong Hon Wai 黃漢偉


Update on Air Itam market infrastructure upgrade

Posted: 22 Aug 2010 06:38 PM PDT




I have arranged a discussion session between MPPP officers and Trader representatives from Air Itam market on 17 August 2010 3pm at Air Itam Service Center. There are about 20 peoples present in the meeting (both traders and MPPP). MPPP has allocated a budget for Air Itam market upgrade. It is to the benefit of consumers, community and traders at large to have this upgrade project. Air itam market has not been upgraded for many years.

The tender advertisement was published in The Star Newspaper on 23th August 2010 (Page 7 Classified Advertisement)

New bins for Rifle Range Flats

Posted: 22 Aug 2010 07:51 AM PDT

Saturday August 21, 2010
New bins for flats
By FONG KEE SOON

RESIDENTS at the Rifle Range Flats in Air Itam, Penang, can now look forward to a cleaner living environment.

State Town and Country Planning, Housing and Arts committee chairman Wong Hon Wai handed over 36 new rubbish bins, costing RM65,000, to the residents recently.

Also present was Jason Ong, state assemblyman for Kebun Bunga.

Loh Eng Khim, 48, who lives there, represented the residents in accepting the bins.

Each block received four green-coloured rubbish bins.

The residents were given the bins as previous ones had either been stolen or were in bad condition.

"The new bins come with metal doors and padlocks to prevent theft and drug addicts and scavengers from digging out the rubbish," Wong said.

The garbage disposal management and the residents committee will hold the keys.

Wong also urged the residents to refrain from throwing cigarette butts or burning paper into the rubbish chute, as the garbage might catch fire.

"Such inconsiderate acts are not only dangerous but also destructive as bins have been destroyed by fires in the past," he said.

Wong said the bins were given as part of the state government's effort to upgrade 14 low-cost housing schemes on the island.

He said RM10mil had been allocated to improve the amenities, such as sewage and electricity.

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