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  1. #61
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    Hi,

    I have uploaded the Gotong Royong pictures, please enjoy. The GR took estimated 1 hour to walk our area, later the tea time and chit-chat also took an hour too~ .Thanks.

















    Ops, cameraman not in the picture
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    YeoCP//
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  2. #62
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    arguements that appeared recently in this thread have been moved to the "Moderation issues" forum

  3. #63
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    Toycarsmy, it's so good to see the residents coming out together for gotong-royong!! That's one of the best way to get neighbours to get to know one another!!

  4. #64
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    Has the gated and guarded management team dissolved? I don't see any security guard on duty at the entrance anymore.

  5. #65
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    Hi would like to check whether is the gated and guarded security plan for USJ3/4 still going to proceed?

    Would like to know who to contact for this plan?

    Knowing that the crime rate in USJ is quite high..... why not take action before more crimes occur in our homes?

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    From observation, it seems that the exercise did not receive sufficient supports and was put off. I don't see any security guard touring the garden anymore nor a guard at the entrance to the garden.
    Every Birth Begins With Labour Pains

  7. #67
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewel
    Hi would like to check whether is the gated and guarded security plan for USJ3/4 still going to proceed?

    Would like to know who to contact for this plan?

    Knowing that the crime rate in USJ is quite high..... why not take action before more crimes occur in our homes?
    ...In any part of the world crime is bound to happen,big or small or seroius.I think in SJ/USJ most of them are not bodily harm, just maybe petty thieves as nobody is at home...
    Last edited by kwchang; 15-07-2010 at 01:06 PM.

  8. #68
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    Well Jan,
    Did you know there were kidnapping cases in USJ?
    Not just petty robberies as you thought!

    There may also be cases where our family and friends were hurt which was not revealed in the papers as little help it did when I made a report at the police station at 8am in the morning, I was the 4th victim already of that day.

    Four years ago, i was nearly kidnapped at the front of my home. A place where everyday I walked in and out.

    Three kidnappers came at me, one with a knife and they nearly managed to grab me into their car. After I fell and drop my belongings, they still came after me. It is very obvious there were after more than just MONEY! By the grace of god, I was saved by someone and nothing untoward happened.

    Do you actually live in the USJ area that you are ignorant of these cases?

  9. #69
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    I really hope that the committee that has started this project would revisit the idea of having a gated and guarded security.

    If we establish this system, it will make our homes a safer place to stay.

    Otherwise, think of it in monetary sense, if our area is considered a safe area, the value of our property will be enhanced. Maybe in future, when you plan to sell, you may actually fetch a higher value.

    Take USJ 11 for example, few years ago, families are moving out of the area due to the high rise of crimes happening in that area. Look at it now, the value of the property in that area was enhanced by the gated and guarded security.

    Wouldn't you as a home owner hope we can establish a similar concept?

  10. #70
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewel
    Well Jan,
    Did you know there were kidnapping cases in USJ?Not just petty robberies as you thought!, I was the 4th victim already of that day.
    Four years ago, i was nearly kidnapped at the front of my home. A place where everyday I walked in and out.
    Three kidnappers came at me, one with a knife and they nearly managed to grab me into their car. After I fell and drop my belongings, they still came after me. It is very obvious there were after more than just MONEY! By the grace of god, I was saved by someone and nothing untoward happened.
    Do you actually live in the USJ area that you are ignorant of these cases?
    Wah! you should be very..very ...very rich or very..very damn beautiful
    So why do you stay in SJ and not bangsar or D/heights.Lots of farangs mah!

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    BTW you should contact Mr Teoh of SJ Echo and highlight what happen to you this morning 15July,maybe next month issue we know what is it all about.

  12. #72
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    wah...Jan...don't be like that ler. It is all because culture and hundreds of years of mind conditioning...err since Great Wall of China day...

    Now Jewel if don't believe me...check this link

    http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story...31&sec=apworld

    I have some questions:

    1. Anyway what is the crime rate in USJ in comparison to other urban areas?
    2. Why USJ11 is target specifically?? a lot of show off cases kah??
    3. How much the value depreciated? (some depreciation is good la...it gives oppurtunity for the young professionals a chance to buy a home bigger than a pigeon hole. Now seems only Ah Longs, smugglers, cronies ...oh ya of 'business'man/woman can buy real sized houses)

    ...its a tough world
    i say what i mean

  13. #73
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    jan

    don't lah be like that, we poor poor cannot afford g n g mah

  14. #74
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    Value of the homes enhanced?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jewel
    I really hope that the committee that has started this project would revisit the idea of having a gated and guarded security.

    If we establish this system, it will make our homes a safer place to stay.

    Otherwise, think of it in monetary sense, if our area is considered a safe area, the value of our property will be enhanced. Maybe in future, when you plan to sell, you may actually fetch a higher value.

    Take USJ 11 for example, few years ago, families are moving out of the area due to the high rise of crimes happening in that area. Look at it now, the value of the property in that area was enhanced by the gated and guarded security.

    Wouldn't you as a home owner hope we can establish a similar concept?

    That's strange. A friend of mine in USJ 11/3 said he wanted to move out because he is sick of being all fenced up. When he invited me to his CNY party this year, I told him that I do not wish to visit his "prison". He said property prices have in fact fallen in USJ 11 because of the FnG.

    It seems many residents are getting sick of being hemmed up - they have to make big detours every day when they go to work and when they return from work. All their roads have gantries.

    Also they still have many burglaries and even vandalism.

  15. #75
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    Talking Gone lah.good riddance!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jewel
    Hi would like to check whether is the gated and guarded security plan for USJ3/4 still going to proceed?

    Would like to know who to contact for this plan?

    Knowing that the crime rate in USJ is quite high..... why not take action before more crimes occur in our homes?


    The guards have all vanished. Good riddance!

    Drive around USJ 3/4 area - what's left are broken tables and chairs. They tried to set up the FnG and even put large banners but now allgone.

    Hurrah for a free USJ!

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