Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

Saturday, 8 May 2010

BBRAeNEWS No.345 - Our deteriorating pond

Dear residents,

Were we all fooled into believing that the beautiful lake with fountains and gazebos is actually a retention pond? Do we know that it has deteriorated to a point where fishes die, the water stinks, and it might end up as a smelly sewage pond?

Many residents have complaint to the authorities and the developer who promised to maintain this pond of ours. Yet, they have today failed to honour their word! They have failed to live up to their promise.

We need a sustainable environment, and we need your support in driving this message to the TMO that is ignoring us!

Below is an open letter by a BBRA member who had to bear with the stench of rotting fishes during a usual morning walk!


"This morning I went for a walk and notice and counted not less than 10 dead fishes about 6-8 inches long in the area of Kiara and jenaris lake region. Some of the dead fishes are near the lake outlets at the Kiara end, towards the new Hospital region.

Obviously this is due to the deteriorating condition of the pond/lake.

My observation is that when when dead fishes appears in the Kiara & Jenaris region, with the jenaris Pump fountain already breakdown for a long, long time and the area from jenaris to Angsana waters do not circulates, dont you think more dead fishes will appears sooner or later?

I do not know what is TMO doing nowadays and they doesnt seem to bother at all over the contamination of the waters.

Oil patches appears also at the Angsana outlet lake end as well as other regions. There is no maintenance at all."


Jacob said...

Dear all,

FYI, MPK officer/s would be coming to visit our BB retention pond( lake) on next Monday 0930 AM morning. This is a follow up action for the complaints from BB residents and BBRA. Those who available, please be around to show our strength.

BBRA KLANG 2 said...

Please residents! Heed the call and come in numbers to show your support.

9:30 morning, Monday, 17 May 2010.

Contact Mr Jacob Mathews, VP of BBRA for more information.