By: Zaki Salleh
IPOH – The Ipoh City Council (MBI) has been granted an allocation of RM10.73 million for the upgrading, and maintenance of public infrastructure, and elevator replacement in the Tambun area.
The allocation also extends to the Perak Housing and Property Board (LPHP). This announcement was made by the Minister of Local Government and Development, Nga Kor Ming, during his working visit to Tambun.
This initiative was carried out as part of the Ministry of Local Government’s “Sentuhan Kasih” program, aimed at assessing the public facility needs in the region.
Among the tasks inspected were the upgrading of the Tanjung Rambutan Public Market, maintenance of retention ponds in Taman Putra Pertama, Bandar Baru Putra, and streetlight replacement.
Additionally, there was a review of proposed landscaping developments in Taman Woodlands, Bandar Baru Tambun, and a final visit to the Taman Perpaduan Food Court.
All of these projects are expected to be completed by the end of this year.