Selangor Journal

MPAJ recommended to increase kiosks to encourage more business

SHAH ALAM, APR 7: Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) is recommended to increase the number of business kiosk in Taman Chempaka to help residents find their source of income.
Chempaka Assemblyman, Dato’ Iskandar Abdul Samad said so far there are six kiosks opened for three business session which are morning, afternoon and evening.
“I hope MPAJ can reconsider to add a few more kiosks to give opportunity to individuals who wish to do business to find income in view of the increasingly pressing economic situation.
“This is because I receive many applications to do business from the community. I also recommend MPAJ give priority to individuals rather than branches,” he said in a Facebook statement.
At the same time, Iskandar who is also the Housing, Building Management and Urban Settlement Exco said, he receives complaints that four stalls believed to have not paid their licenses are conducting business near these kiosks.
“It is believed that these stalls did not pay the RM5 per-session-per-day rent to MPAJ.
“However, MPAJ has already issued notices for fine and seizure on those stalls, last March,” he said.
Before that, Iskandar with the other council members and Chempaka Constituency Service Centre officers spent some time to meet and listen to problems faced by hawkers at Jalan Chempaka 8, Taman Chempaka, Ampang.

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