Monday, May 26, 2008

Charity Golf for Ampang school

SK Taman Bukit Indah in Ampang is a holding a Charity Golf Game to raise funds to construct a roof for the school's assembly area. If you're into golf, please support this event and spread the word to your golf kaki's.

Venue: Perangsang Templer Golf Club
Date: 14 June, Saturday
12 noon - 12.30pm Registration
12 noon - 12.45pm Lunch
1.30pm Tee-Off
8pm Prize-giving ceremony

Entry Fees: RM280 (includes lunch and dinner)
RM50 (dinner only, adult)
RM30 (dinner only, child)

Closing date: 5 June 2008

Please call the following to register and for info on payment method:

Mohd Sabri 012-2925132
Mohd Shukri 021-3669506
Mr. Nathan 021-3843530

The school will also accept cash contributions, sponsorships as well as hampers and electrical items.

Thanks for your help. Do it for the kids.

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Ampang Hill residents to meet State Govt this Saturday

Show your solidarity in protest against rampant hillslope development in the Ampang area by attending a press conference to be attended by reps from the Selangor government.

Please come and support. Call your friends & neighbours too.

Date: Saturday, 12 April 2008
Time: 10.00 am
Venue: Taman Hijau, Ukay Heights, Ampang

There will be brunch. Pls feel free to bring something to share.

Directions: Along Ulu Kelang, at traffic lights junction in front of Flamingo hotel, turn into Jln Kolam Ayer at Petronas. Drive pass ISKL, turn left into small bridge after the SPCA. Drive up the hill until you see ‘Taman Hijau’ signboard on the right. Turn in.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Recycling in Ampang Jaya

Residents of Ampang are welcome to send their recyclables to the ISKL on Saturday 19 April and Sat 17 May, from 10 am to 12 noon, at the main car park of ISKL Ampang Campus. Funds raised are used by the Green Team of ISKL to run environment projects.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Raptor Migration Watch at Taman Melawati Hill

NOTE: The disappointing decision made by MPAJ to approve IJM's development plans makes it more urgent for us to strengthen our resolve to save Taman Melawati Hill. Do not allow the devastation seen on nearby Amber Hill and 20Trees to be repeated on Phase 3 Hill, Taman Melawati. Come to the Raptor Watch to show you support to our fellow Ampang neighbors.

A Raptor Migration Watch will be held at Taman Melawati Hill, Taman Melawati, to observe the annual spring migration of raptors. The Migration Watch will be held in collaboration with the Asian Raptor Migration Survey, a project initiated and organised by the Asian Raptor Research & Conservation Network and other potential sponsors. This event will be led by Mike Chong a naturalist and ornithologist who studies wildlife, birds and raptor migration at Taman Melawati Hill.

Dates: 29 th March 2008

Time: from 10:00 AM

Things to bring: long sleeved shirt, hat, plenty of water, sun tan lotion and umbrella in case of sudden showers. Binoculars are very useful but we will try to get sponsors to provide binoculars and spotting scopes for people to watch the migrating raptors.

Venue: Taman Melawati Hill, Taman Melawati, Hulu Kelang

Full details here.

Ampang Hills development put on hold

Woo-hoo! The new state government has put on hold MAA's plan to build 194 bungalows on a landslide-prone stretch of Ampang hills. Similar project will be reviewed based on the government's "go-slow policy on hillside developments." Let's hope it becomes a "no-go policy on hillside developments." Full story here.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

MPAJ approves MAA development just before new Selangor MB is sworn in

On 18th March 2008, residents in Taman Hijau and Ukay Heights received the official approval from MPAJ for MAA to develop 149 bungalow lots and 460 offices on one of the last remaining hills on Jalan Ulu Klang. This despite the last "invalid" hearing held between residents and MPAJ regarding the matter.

The approval letter was dated 18th March 2008 signed by Awang Mustapha B Md Yunus, Pengarah Perancang Bandar, MPAJ. While the approved plan was dated 17th March 2008. That very afternoon, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim was sworn in as our new MB.

Sneaky, isn't it?