I will be there for the hearing on jul 15th
The lake is one of the icons of Subang Jaya.
Many families grow up here, and many families are still growing up. Young, elderly, working people all go to the lake - their only green space for their recreation. This is one of the social obligations of the developer for selling their immense property called Subang Jaya and USJ.
There are other lakes in PJ and they are public area (section 20, tmn jaya)
No amphitheatre please - they are just white elephants which decay into unkempt concrete mess which keeps the day heat and make the place hot.
There are already so many apartment coming up along Kewajipan so we do not need any more. Of course Sime UEP want to make money too and seeing the development they want to maximise their land bank.
It is a shame also that after so long (30 years) they still have not build toilets at the lake for convenience. But I hesistate here to urge the building of toilets as I am afraid there will be no maintainence and the toilet will either be damaged,no doors, and 100% will stink