TWO surau and a religious school in Subang Jaya were upgraded and repaired.
Works at Surau Nurul Hasanat in USJ 8 included installing new carpets in the prayer room, repairing the women’s toilets, upgrading the ablution area and purchasing a 6.1 x 6.1m tent.
The repairs for Surau Al-Mukminin in PJS 9 included installing new corrugated metal deck roofs, new ceiling, roof truss and ceiling frame, repairing the roof drainage outlet and carrying out anti-termite treatment.
Sekolah Kafa Integrasi in Jalan SS 15/2E had its damaged roads resurfaced, main gate repaired, V-shaped drain constructed and drain covers installed.
A total of RM60,000 was spent for the upgrading works at the three places using funds provided by Subang Jaya assemblyman Michelle Ng who noticed the damage at both surau during her visits last year.
On the damaged road of the school, Ng said before the upgrades, the affected area often had stagnant water pooling during and after heavy rain due to the uneven surface and poor drainage.
“Students and teachers had to remove their shoes to wade through the stagnant water to get to school, ” she said.
Ng had posted on her social media platforms that while her office would be closed throughout the movement control order period, residents could call 017-299 5975 or 017-382 0938 for enquiries.
She also said that her office was working with QHC Medical Centre in Jalan USJ 9/5R to offer affordable RTK Antigen testing for Covid-19, priced at RM70 for residents and those working in Subang Jaya.
To qualify for an appointment, a person would need to show either their MyKad, utility bill or employment documents with a Subang Jaya address, which has to be booked ahead via 012-912 0536.
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