(Klang, 31st) It is believed that it was because of the frequent rains that caused water to accumulate in the ditch of the Klang Telok Glass Park, causing people to worry about mosquitoes.
After receiving the submission, the Klang City Council engineering team is expected to construct and upgrade the drainage channel in February to solve the problem of the stagnant water.
Klang City Councillor Wu Xingao, who is in charge of the district, pointed out to the “Metropolis” community newspaper reporter that he received complaints from local residents late last year, stating that once it rains, the ditch will be filled with stagnant water and cannot disappear. He then went on a tour with the chairman of the local residents’ association and representatives of various constructions to understand the facts.
He believes that the stagnant water situation is actually not very serious. It may have rained more frequently earlier, which will have a greater impact on the residents; as the rainfall decreases, the stagnant water problem in the ditches is already within control.
Wu Xingyan: Upgrading funding pending approval
Wu Xingyi said that based on the funding of the city council to upgrade the drainage system, it will not be approved until February; therefore, the authorities will start the upgrade project as soon as possible after the funding is received, urging local residents to be patient.
He explained that there will be water accumulation problems in the park’s ditches, because the drainage system is too old and the ditches have not been dredged for too long, so that water will form after heavy rains.
Senbilang Road 2 The badminton court will be upgraded to a basketball court
On the other hand, Wu Xingyu revealed that he had tried to find a place to build an outdoor basketball court in the Telok Glass Garden at the city council meeting last year, and finally found an outdoor badminton court on Jalan Sembilang 2 The court is planned to be upgraded to an outdoor basketball court.
“It was originally an outdoor badminton court, but the facility was in disrepair for a long time and no one would go to play badminton. After I took charge of the area, I suggested to the city council that it should be turned into an outdoor basketball court to attract more People go to play ball and do sports.”
He said that the original plan was to build a covered basketball court, but it drew opposition from local residents, worrying that the covered basketball court would become a gathering place for “drunkards” and interfere with the residents’ daily routine.
He confessed that due to the impact of the Coronavirus epidemic, the actual construction date of the basketball court still needs to be considered, and the completion time is still unknown.
Article source: Sin Chew Daily 2021-02-01
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