Tag: City Hall
Several residents claim to have encountered rats even on the higher floors and are worried the pests may contaminate water storage tanks with their urine.
If KL City Hall were to carry out enforcement of its laws effectively and efficiently, then residents will be more than willing to fly not only the national flag, but also the DBKL flag.
Hundreds of fans thronged the ceremony, many dressed up in costumes from the television series and films.
The 'promotion rate' was stated in a viral message on social media.
Residents claim private developer may be in cahoots with City Hall officers who were recently under investigation by MACC.
Traders question Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) for not fulfilling pledge made seven years ago to upgrade the market.
Protesters against high-density projects in Taman Tiara Titiwangsa say City Hall has a conflict of interest in one of the projects.
The FT minister challenges Teresa Kok to repeat outside the Dewan Rakyat her accusation that he works for the housing developers.
KL mayor says move is for security by reducing risk of snatch thefts and breaking of car windows, while allowing motorcyclists to stop their machines safely.
Why summon folk over minor transgressions but allow public spaces to be hijacked by business establishments and reserved as parking or outdoor dining areas?
Protestors claim one of theirs was slapped, while officer says he was punched in a scuffle that broke out during a protest against the clamping of bicycles.
FT Minister Tengku Adnan says civil servants in general have more debts than they should.
City Hall’s Health and Environment director Dr Hayati Abdullah says it works out to be only RM4.10 a day and will result in cleaner rivers in future.
DBKL is giving motorists a headache by clamping cars for not paying their parking fee when a summons will do.
With DBKL's inefficiency, it is no surprise that there are 5.4 million unpaid notices of offences in Kuala Lumpur.
Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor fingers Red Shirts for mess left behind in Padang Merbok.
KL City Hall says awaiting approval from Indah Water Konsortium on underground piping for multi-storey car park complex with more than 300 parking bays.
The committee recommended that City Hall's Internal Audit Unit should report directly to Advisory Board instead of the mayor.
Syed Afendy Ali Syed Abid Ali pleads not guilty to all charges of accepting bribes and assets worth millions, judge sets bail at RM1 million and orders passport to be surrendered.
Fahmi Fadzil also urges Tengku Adnan to provide data on open tender projects not completed on time.
Lembah Pantai MP says proper consultation needed with stakeholders before making it mandatory for businesses to install CCTV.
The KL mayor says when the MRT is ready, everybody has to use public transport.
City Hall to create Facebook account to update road users on flood-hit areas, says Enforcement Department Director
Victims of flash floods are unable to take action against local authorities as floods are considered an “Act of God”, says Nurul Izzah