RAs welcome DBKL‘s relocation proposal

“GOOD news for us!” – that was the general sentiment among residents associations over Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) proposal to relocate entertainment outlets out of neighbourhoods.

TTDI Residents Association chairman Abdul Hafiz Abu Bakar said it was trying to come up with solutions to noise and congestion issues stemming from these outlets in their residential area.

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