‘No need to change MPSJ‘s system‘


Noraini wants minor issues to be discussed at the respective committees’ meetings.

SUBANG Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) president Noraini Roslan is confident that the local authority is moving in the right direction for the benefit of ratepayers.

“MPSJ is a well-managed five-star council and among the top five in the country so, there is no need for me to change the system,” she said after chairing her first fullboard meeting.

However, Noraini wants the council to increase efficiency in terms of management, among other things.

“I hope we can have a lean management as well as reduce cost and wastage, so that the savings can be channelled towards development and raising the quality of living in the municipality.

During the meeting, she stressed the importance of attendance so that major policies could be discussed.

“Minor issues should be discussed at the respective committees’ meetings,” she said.

In view of the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations, the council will collect bulk waste for free from Feb 9 to 23, according to the domestic waste collection schedule.

For high-rise residences, roll-on roll-off (RoRo) bins will be placed there on Feb 10 and 11. Residents are urged to separate their waste into domestic, garden and bulk categories.

MPSJ is also offering a RM10 flat rate discount, for traffic offences, from Feb 1 to April 30.

Motorists are advised to pay online at www.mpsj.gov.my for a smoother transaction. For details, call 03-8026 3153/3289.

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