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An Aerial view of Klang Royal City Council. Picture via FACEBOOK. KLANG ROYAL CITY COUNCIL 

MBDK allocates RM212 mln to upgrade facilities for convenience of residents

BY Nas Norziela Nasbah

SHAH ALAM, Feb 29 — The Klang Royal City Council (MBDK) has allocated a total of RM212 million to upgrade infrastructure facilities and beautify the city.

Klang mayor Datin Paduka Noraini Roslan said the expenditure included environmental cleanliness and public health amounting to RM91.914 million and drain maintenance of RM24.957 million.

“Road maintenance amounts to RM 67.250 million, beautification and maintenance of parks and landscape RM28.056 million,” she said at an MBDK meeting today.

Noraini added that MBDK will emphasise holistic and sustainable development aimed at empowering Klang as a Royal heritage city with a globally competitive port.

She also took the opportunity to congratulate MBDK for receiving the Diamond Recognition Award in the Partner category at the 2023 Low Carbon City Awards Ceremony on February 7.

“The award was also given to several others, including Sultan Alam Shah Building, MBDK Headquarters, SMK (P) Raja Zarina, SK Taman Gembira, ⁠Mewah Oils Sdn Bhd and SK Pelabuhan Klang.

“Congratulations to all 16 recipients of the Diamond Recognition Award,” she said.

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