Allocation for KL City Hall reduced over 50%
The 2016 bugetary allocation for Kuala Lumpur City Hall has been reduced from RM60 million to RM28 million. The Federal Territory minister Ku Nan has told the House that he would make sure that maintenance works will be done on main roads, monsoon drains, civic halls, community centres, pedestrian walkways, recreational facilities and parks. The ministry would need supplementary budget to make Kuala Lumpur an Eco City of world standard.
Labels: Eco City needs more allocation.