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TALK is rife that a battery factory plans to reopen near Kampung Jenjarom, and the villagers are understandably worried that history will repeat itself.
The Selangor government will replace the 931ha that will be de-gazetted from the Kuala Langat North Forest Reserve (KLNFR) area, says Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari (pic).
Coalition rises to preserve Kuala Langat North Forest Reserve and ward off degazettement plan catastrophe.
LOOKING at the frequency of water cuts that affect the people of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, it is safe to assume that every household would already have a contingency plan by now.
WHILE water supply to households in numerous parts of Klang Valley has resumed with intermittent or constant supply following disruptions over the past week, consumers in certain areas are now dealing with another related problem: dirty and putrid water streaming out of their taps.
ALTHOUGH residents are relieved that next week’s scheduled four-day water supply interruption has been called off, they were caught unawares by Friday’s cut.
AFTER a five-year wait, Subang Jaya is one step closer to becoming a city. This follows the green light from the Selangor government for the municipality to be upgraded to a city council.
LONG-time residents in Pekan Semenyih question the authorities as to why no stern action, such as revoking of business licence, has been taken against numerous repeated polluters in the area.
WATER supply has resumed to 13% of the affected areas, following the temporary closure of the Sungai Semenyih water treatment plant.
IN A bid to curb illegal dumping in Kuala Langat district, the local council is offering a RM100 cash reward for information that leads to the nabbing of fly-tipping culprits.