Shoddy work plagues SS1

Costly mishap: SS1 resident Neoh Jiun Yih says he spent RM170,000 to repair a collapsed retention wall behind his house after MBPJ

IMAGINE waking up one morning to find yourself bitten by jungle ticks, greeted by a snake or iguana in the living room or having to breathe in the stench from an overflowing toilet.

This is what some residents in the SS1 neighbourhood in Petaling Jaya have been putting up with since beautification works of a monsoon drain between Jalan SS1/21 and Jalan SS1/19 started in April 2014.

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