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MPS officers tear down two illegal billboards

SELAYANG Municipal Council (MPS) enforcement officers recently demolished two billboards during their rounds.


All billboards in PJ illegal

ALL billboards in Petaling Jaya are currently illegal because the city council (MBPJ) had not issued any licence since Jan 1 this year.


Legal bind over billboards

The privatisation of billboards seemed like a good idea for the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) in 1998. But in the end, residents are getting the short end of the deal and the council is straddled with a contract that they cannot get out of. K.W. MAK and LIM CHIA YING find out why.


Billboards removed

B>M/B>ORE than 1,000 billboards put up without a permit from the Sungai Petani Municipal Council (MPSPK) have been dismantled and removed. The billboards, which were put up by traders, businessmen and even #8216;Ah Longs#8217; were found at road junctions, housing estates and also in the Sungai Petani town centre.


Lessons from billboards

There are lessons to be learnt from removing illegal billboards - such as getting assistance from the police and having enough resources - said PJ mayor Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman.


MPS acts to remove illegal billboards

THE Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) is going all out to bring down billboards for which licences have not renewed annually.


Down with illegal billboards

Johor Baru City Council's hawkers and traders zone councillor AbdullahMohd Yusof says 160 billboards are illegally installed along the roads,violating the council's safety guidelines.


Furore over Seputeh billboards sub

THE political temperature has shot up in Seputeh over billboards put up in the parliamentary constituency questioning DAP incumbent MP Teresa Kok's decision to contest in the Kinrara state seat as well.


Johor Baru to start first LED billboards

The country will see its first multi-million ringgit electronic LED billboards next month.


Billboards hoarding the walkways

Illegal billboards are a hotly debated problem at the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ), with the main concern being that these hoardings pose serious safety hazards to the public.