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    MPSJ staff misbehaved when greeting new YDP

    Tuesday, August 12, 2003 Page 8

    Tough task ahead for new MPSJ head

    IF his first meeting with the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) staff is anything to go by, then the new MPSJ president Abdul Hakim Borhan has a tough task ahead of him.

    It certainly did not speak well of the staff when they could not behave with decorum during Abdul Hakim's welcoming ceremony at the council building yesterday.

    While the new President was delivering his maiden speech to his staff, they behaved no better than a bunch of chattering school children, to the point of being rude.

    Above the chatter, reporters and guests at the function had difficulty making out Abdul Hakim's speech or the welcoming address by MPSJ councillor Datuk Lee Hwa Beng.

    Yesterday's scene was in stark contrast to the mood of former council president Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ismail where one could hear a pin drop when he was giving a speech.

    As if to assure the new president about the ability of his staff, council secretary Slamat Hamzah, in his welcoming address, said the council had a good and co-operative team, who had helped the council achieve the level of success it now enjoyed. [...]

    Abdul Hakim reminded his staff to focus on giving excellent service to the residents who are an educated lot.

    "You should work with a positive attitude, be tolerant, ethical, have good communicational skills, especially when handling complaints, and most importantly, be trustworthy."

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    Join Date
    Apr 2003
    USJ 3
    I guess the uniformed gangsters of MPSJ has yet to have their table talk with their new big boss. Or maybe they are trying to send a message.

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    THE SUN Valley
    Friday, August 29, 2003

    Urgent task for new MPSJ head

    THIS letter is directed at the newly appointed Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) president, Hakim Borhan.

    We hope he will push the relevant parties to address the safety issues at the accident-prone Jalan Jengka roundabout.

    Accidents occur frequently due to inadequate road signs to alert motorists of the roundabout.

    For those unfamiliar with Subang Jaya, it is often too late to slow down after seeing the roundabout.

    These motorists do not expect to see a roundabout after coming down a highway.

    Apart from speed-breakers, eye-catching road signs should be put up to alert oncoming motorists of the danger ahead.

    If this issue is not resolved quickly, someday, someone may die because of your inaction.

    Lau Bing
    via e-mail

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