Thursday, April 1, 2010

疑拆樓措施做不足漢都亞路沙塵滾滾

(吉隆坡25日訊)漢都亞路消拯局進行重建計劃,承包商疑在拆除舊建築物時,沒有做足防範措施,導致沙塵四處飄散,猶如風暴來襲,嚴重影響當地居民的生活作息,商家及小販生意。

武吉免登區國會議員方貴倫昨日接獲漢都亞組屋居民投訴,今日連同其助理李明康,到該區巡視。

受訪居民指出,該消拯局的重建工程已進行兩三個月,初時,建築工人在拆除第二層及第三層樓時,都有噴水阻止沙塵飄散。

“他們在拆樓后,沒有即時移走沙石,最近在動工時也沒有噴水,沙塵隨風飄散,住家內外、窗口及車子都佈滿灰塵。”

住家佈滿灰塵

居民馮忠強指出,其住家位于漢都亞政府組屋A座第二樓的角落處,非常靠近消拯局。

“地板及家具用品經常佈滿灰塵,走廊、門窗,以及停在樓下的車子更糟糕。”

他說,有關承包商早前都選在上午時分開工,之后被附近的小販投訴,才延至下午3時開工。

“最近天氣很炎熱,空氣干燥,加上沙塵更令人難受,也有居民投訴這些沙塵令他們覺得身體不適,呼吸不順暢。很多路人經過該處時,紛紛戴上口罩。也有一些居民在開工時,不敢步出家門。”

另外,受訪小販指出,每當建築工人開工時,很多食客都不敢光顧,擔心不衛生。

“我們原本是從清晨6時營業至晚上11時,如今被逼在下午2時許,在他們開工前匆匆收檔。”

他們說,這種情況僅維持約一個星期,他們暫不知道生意下跌了多少,惟他們希望有關承包商,能加強噴水工作。

“有些顧客看見我們提早收檔而感到好奇,我們只好向他們解釋清楚。”

方貴倫:將向市局反映

方貴倫指出,他會向吉隆坡市政局反映此事,以向有關承包商施壓,在開工時必須做足防範措施,確保附近居民、商家及小販不會為此受苦。

他估計受影響的人共有500人,因該區有政府組屋及商店,人口很密集。

“其實,承包商是有進行噴水工作,但水量不足以掩蓋沙塵,才會隨風飄散。”

他說,加上炎熱及干燥的天氣,公眾發出怨言是情有可原的。

“市政局加強監督,確保承包商在動工期間是完全符合規則,承包商也應有社會責任,體諒公眾的感受。”

不敢出門
★謝清德(67歲‧居民)

建築工人開工的時間,近期已改為下午3時至6時,我們在這段時間都不敢出門,視線也變得有點模糊,呼吸也不順暢。很多步行者經過該處時都戴上口罩。

食客卻步
★梁翠紅(50歲‧小販)

對面的工地最近在下午兩點后動工,沙塵滾滾,桌椅及攤檔經常佈滿灰塵。

在無可奈何下,我們只好趕在下午三點前收檔,避免吸入沙塵,加上沒有顧客,生意大受影響。

這種情況大約維持了一個星期,我們暫時估計不到生意下跌了多少。

提早收檔
★黃福海(40歲‧小販)

為了避開沙塵,我們這幾天都提早在下午三點收檔,有些顧客不知情覺得好奇,我們只好向他們解釋。

我覺得承包商應做好防範措施,多噴水防止灰塵四處飄散。

5 comments:

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

It is very true that Preventive measures must be taken at all times and be taken seriously.

Constructions will goes on as the nation continues to be develop .
However this does not means that its neighbor and nearby resident have to suffer in the name of construction and development.
Actions must be taken at time to minimize dust , construction debris , noise pollution from the piling works and trucks carrying materials to the work site.

DBKL must check on this .It is their duty. NIOSH must check on this.Safety must come first.
Drainage and irrigation dept must check on this. As drains will be damage or stuck during construction works.
Fire hydrants must be in working order.
Ministry of health as well.
As the Aedes mosquitoes must come from somewhere and construction site is the best breeding ground for mosquitoes.

I wonder if Alam Flora improves their services as the last time i went for a walk on the Sunday pasar malam .The surrounding place have rubbish everywhere .
Tourist go to pasar malam too.
As Ho Ching Yuen (behind Pudu Jail)is the nearest pasar malam from BB.
Imagine the filth that tourist sees and smelled.

To the dbkl datuk bandar.
My report card to you is a fail.
Please make sure you work harder .
Your work is in KL and to make sure KL is a clean city, not flying to overseas makan angin.
But of course your position as datukBandar/mayoris NOT an elected position therefore we cant vote you OUT.

As for ending, let us support our comrade from PKR , ZAID Ibrahim to win the HULU SELANGOR seat with big majority.

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Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

Losing is a good omen.
PR lost out in Hulu Selangor.
It means something is wrong and PR better find ways to improve.
Finding faults with the mic candidate is really a childish act to starts with.
In future please be prepared with future plans and economic ideas to improve Malaysia and the constituency during any by election.


I wish to bring out the issue of Dengue in KL.(BB especially)
Health ministry and dbkl must tackle the problem instead of tidak apa attitude and wait for public complains.
Jalan Berangan was fogged twice in the last 2 weeks.
This means that there is a Dengue Fever problem in the tourist area.
Time to check on stuck drains ,dbkl.
Time to trim the trees and replace blown out street lamps , replace burnt rubbish bins.
It is sick to write in to the dbkl about the little arab garden here.
After 3 weeks , the garden is in total darkness again.
Datuk bandar ( whatever your name is), you guys did a fantastic job in making KL the city of failures.

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

DBKL / City Hall is set to respond to your complaints on potholes, drainage and streetlight problems in three working days.
Call 1-800-88-3255 or at any of the 11 City Hall branches

Source from http://www.mmail.com.my/content/34949-city-hall-flying-squad-all-set-prompt-action

( but no email given )

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

In The Star online news there is a poll.
It is about " Should a national curfew be imposed on teenagers in an effort to curb juvenile crime and keep youths safe?

Yes
67% (357 votes)
No
33% (172 votes)


Although i wanted to vote a NO but after some deliberation i voted for a YES.

This is my reason.

A few hundreds of teenage boys and girls flocks into Bukit Bintang every Saturday night and they are a nuisance to all parties.
I am sorry but i really don't have to be sorry to mention this in here but they are Malays.

They are a nuisance to business operators,residents, shoppers ,police and tourist.
They occupied the entire street , graffiti , littering , noisy , fights ,petty theft,drinking, sniffing glue , some are even pestering foreign workers and rides their motorbikes dangerously.

Bukit Bintang is NOT Akihabara ( 秋葉原 ) Japan.
Akihabara is sealed up on every Sunday and it is a pedestrian walk for teenagers to show off whatever they wants to show off.

This is solely my own opinion .
Am not sure about the rest of BB's people .
But am sure YB Fong gets this type of comments years ago.
But i am in support of kicking them out after 11 pm.