Thursday May 27, 2010
Subang Jaya to have its first public health clinic
By OH ING YEEN
SUBANG JAYA will have its first public health clinic as there is allocation for it under the Ninth Malaysian Plan, Subang Jaya assemblyman Hannah Yeoh said.
She was speaking to residents at a residents’ programme in SS14, organised by the Zone 1 Residents Association (JKP).
“We are looking for a suitable location for the clinic, possibly in USJ 1.
“I’m waiting for a combined site visit with an officer from the Health Ministry,” she said.
Yeoh added that she had forwarded the objections of residents on the proposed LRT routes in December 2009 to the railway authority, Transport Ministry, Works Ministry and Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (SPNB).
“I have not received any reply for the past five months.
“However, I recently received confirmation that they will look into the objections raised and the proposed changes for the routes,” she said.
There was also a dialogue with the police at the programme.
Resident Michael Sundram, a former cop, questioned the efficiency of policemen in solving crime cases.
“It was sad to say that the investigation officer did not visit the crime scene where a house was broken into by thieves.
“I found a crowbar and screwdriver at the scene,” he said.
In reply, ASP Rosdi M. Husin said it could have been a mistake on the part of his officers.
Chief Inspector Sulaiman Baputty from the SS17 police station urged witnesses and those with information to come forth and help the police.
Other issues raised were about safety and civil matters.
Representatives from the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ), Alam Flora, and the Fire and Rescue Department also attended the event.Salleh Omar from the SS17 fire station gave some tips on fire prevention to the residents.