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HAVING spent five years looking for a house to purchase, Naenti Kaur finally settled for a double-storey link house in SS2/18, Petaling Jaya.
The deadline is up and residents have not heard from the Petaling Jaya Municipal Council over a memorandum they gave the council last week. So, they are going to decide on the next course of action - and most are mulling legal action.
IT WAS boardroom banter all the way at the Petaling Jaya Municipal Council's (MPPJ) latest full board meeting on Thursday.
The debate on whether the Petaling Jaya Municipal Council's (MPPJ) detailed accounts should be revealed or not still hangs heavy in the air. MPPJ president Datuk Ahmad Termizi Puteh has defended the council's decision on reserving the right to not allow the accounts to be scrutinised by the public. But, residents are adamant and claim that it is their right to see the accounts. VIVIENNE PAL and K.W. MAK find out what the people's elected representatives have to say on the matter.
The Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) comes to the defence of its recent 10% increase in assessment. One of its senior councillors, Datuk Dr Wong Sai Hou, not only insists that the increase is legal but also says the council is willing to open its accounts for public scrutiny.
Its strategic location, coupled with numerous education institutions, shopping amenities, sports facilities and food outlets have turned UEP Subang Jaya (USJ) into Klang Valley's major residential township. 'It's a suitable residential area for young families,' says Residents' Committee of Zone Two chairman Gilbert Yeoh.