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COUNCILLOR Denesh Raja Rajaratnam is asking for public feedback on Klang Municipal Council's (MPK) decision to "time-control" the use of Lorong Perbandaran, which will reopen next Thursday (June 20).
KLANG: says Lorong Perbandaran, which was closed to traffic from April 3, 2018, will tentatively be reopened for public usage in eight days’ time, on June 20, says Klang Municipal Council (MPK) president Datuk Mohamad Yasid Bidin.
KLANG: Lorong Perbandaran in Klang, which was closed to traffic for almost 11 months, will tentatively reopen after the Hari Raya festive period.
MOTORISTS will have to wait another month, till the end of May, to use Lorong Perbandaran in Klang which was supposed to reopen on April 23, after it was closed to traffic for 10 months.
KLANG Municipal Council (MPK), following intense objections on social media over the closure of Lorong Perbandaran in Klang, will reopen the road on April 23.
FROM TK CHUA , Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
GREEN Packet Bhd is increasingly looking like a different animal these days.
KUALA LUMPUR: Long lines leading into polling centres greeted residents in the Lembah Pantai constituency on polling day as thousands woke up early to vote.
WHAT initially started off as a safety initiative by residents to make their houses more secure, or in the words of one resident, “the robber will think twice before entering my house”, has not only put Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) in a tight spot, but has divided communities and inconvenienced residents to the point they feel like an outsider in their own neighbourhood.
Trying to get to a nearby public basketball court run by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) in Bukit Bandaraya, a reporter is asked to alight from her Grabcar and walk 400m from the Jalan Rumpai boom gate to her destination.