Another dose of hill-slope flooding(!) in Chee Seng Garden and noise pollution from a construction site near Straits Regency leave residents frustrated over the slow response from the MPPP to their complaints.
The hill-slope flooding at Chee Seng Garden occurred on 9 December 2011, the second time this has happened after an earlier incident in September 2008 at the same place.
Over at Straits Regency, residents are having to put up with the simultaneous noise from generator sets, rock drilling, excavators and concrete mixers from 8.00am to 6.00pm for the past six months. The drilling has also exposed hill-slopes and boulders.
The photos say it all.
The residents associations have complained to the MPPP but are still awaiting a satisfactory response. That has prompted the chairperson of the Tanjung Bunga Residents Association to dub the council as “Majlis Perbandaran Paling Perlahan” (The slowest city council).