I think with hindsight GCD should have ensured that MPK was in a position to take over the maintenance of grounds before the private contractors were removed. There is no denying this place is not looking as pretty as it should. I mean we should be Class A in Klang, right?
Have a look at these pictures.
Jalan Damar becomes water-logged these days when it rains because all the discharge holes are clogged by fallen leaves. Who is going to remove the debris? When will the MPK contractor be on board?
The mud piles up and the green stuff keeps dying along many roads in P2. I suppose more of the same in P1 as well.
Empty lots are mostly unkempt as a direct failure of GCD failing in their job of making sure that owners do what they are supposed to do under the Deed of Mutual Covenants and failing to follow the prescribed solution if owners fail to undertake their obligations.
Another example of an unoccupied lot where the owner does not take the necessary measures to keep the wild stuff under control to prevent the infestation by mosquitoes and worse, snakes.
Weeds have a terribly good time in Glenmarie Cove. While the grass dies.
Leaves, leaves everywhere.
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