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Rubbish collection, traffic issues and haze kept MPK busy.
AFTER 50 years in business, Emporium Makan, one of the oldest food courts in Klang is being demolished to make way for a Light Rail Transit Phase 3 (LRT3) station.
THREE out of five stall tenants at Emporium Makan in Klang, who were issued eviction notices in July, are determined to continue trading until the construction of the Light Rail Transit phase 3 (LRT3) line begins.
GLOMAC Berhad scored another success with sales take-up of 90% for 121 Residences Block A in the Klang Valley in one weekend during its soft launch via balloting.GLOMAC Berhad scored another success with sales take-up of 90% for 121 Residences Block A in the Klang Valley in one weekend during its soft launch via balloting.
SUNWAY Construction, the contractor in-charge of the Light Rail Transit 3 (LRT3) stretch along Persiaran Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (Klang-bound), has announced that there will be an intermittent traffic diversion on Persiaran Tengku Ampuan Rahimah from Sunday (Aug 25) night until Nov 30,2021, starting from 10pm until 5am daily.
FREEBIES AT FAIR: House buyers at Star Property Fair in KLCC Exhibition Centre Hall 4, on Aug 3 and 4 stand a chance of winning household items worth up to RM12,000 and a Proton X70. A lucky draw gives visitors a chance to win hotel stays and shopping vouchers.
SMK St Mary, Kuala Lumpur’s gala dinner will be held at Sime Darby Convention Centre, 1A, Jalan Bukit Kiara 1, Kuala Lumpur on July 6 at 7.45pm.
TRAFFIC MATTERS: There will be full road closures and traffic diversions on Persiaran Kerjaya, Shah Alam, (both ways) from the T-junction at DRB-Hicom to Jalan Presiden U1/1 heading towards Kuala Lumpur / Subang, and the T-junction at Temasya 8 heading towards Shah Alam until May 6, from 11pm to 5am.
Citycism - Elan Perumal THOUSANDS of people, especially those from Klang, were left feeling cheated when the LRT3 project that was originally scheduled to be completed in 2020, was postponed to 2024.
MBPJ councillor Derek Fernandez wants Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) to improve the 6km one-way loop, to make the route safer for road users.