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KAJANG Municipal Council (MPKj) is the first local authority selected to head a pilot project by Housing and Local Government Ministry to solve the problem of unwanted vehicles left on the roadside.
KLANG councillors in charge of Sentosa and Pandamaran want to educate residents to bring down the number of dengue cases.
INSTEAD of sending their old and rickety vehicles to the scrap yard, some people have chosen to discard their vehicles in public areas in housing estates and even at private parking lots all over Johor Baru.
JOHOR Baru City Council (MBJB) tows away an average of three abandoned cars a day and there have been instances of some of them being luxury vehicles.
SOME of the cars were all banged up. Their tyres were completely flat and some even had weeds growing out of them. They had been parked in Jelutong, Penang, for months.
JOHOR BARU: Authorities are taking measures to deal with abandoned vehicles scattered around the city, which are not only an eyesore but pose a health hazard as well.
Seremban City Council (MBS) issued an order to owners of 39 vehicles in Pusat Bandar Senawang near Seremban to remove them within three days.
THE living conditions at Seri Pulai Apartment in Balakong have gone from bad to worse during the movement control order (MCO).
BANDAR Sri Damansara residents are upset that multiple complaints about an illegal dumpsite in the neighbourhood have fallen on deaf ears.