Post Covid-19 economic development plan for Seberang Perai soon

Property News/ 4 February 2021 Leave a comment


The Seberang Perai City Council (MBSP) is currently drafting a post Covid-19 economic development plan, emphasising the importance of digital development and circular economy.

Its mayor Datuk Rozali Mohamud said the plan would concentrate on solving the current local issues.

“It includes effort to improve the people’s quality of life, implement a smart waste management system, flood mitigation, traffic dispersion, payment gateway and to ensure an efficient counter service and safety.

” I really hope all the Seberang Perai residents can actively involve themselves in the circular economy.

“Besides that, they must continue the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic by following the standard operating procedures (SOPs).

“I am keeping my fingers crossed that the people can be vaccinated by this month to hopefully break the chain of infection,” he told Buletin Mutiara in an interview recently.

On the challenges facing the MBSP frontliners when they carry out their duties, Rozali pointed out that physical distancing is of paramount importance.

“The public must play their roles to adhere to the SOPs while they need to understand the sacrifices by frontliners to ensure public health and safety.

“At the same time, I would like express my gratitude to all MBSP frontliners for carrying their tasks diligently.

“For example, they prioritise their jobs by ensuring cleanliness in the residents’ neighbourhood,” he said.

Touching on MBSP’s effort to reduce the people’s burden during the pandemic, Rozali said the council has implemented five strategies and 19 initiatives to control the pandemic outbreak.

The strategies are issue management and action plans; implementation of action plans and compliance monitoring; information delivery and people’s interaction; economic stimulus programme and MBSP frontliners’ welfare programme.

Besides that, the current 19 initiatives are being implemented smoothly.

On the installation of closed-circuit televisions (CCTVs) on mainland, Rozali said a total of 198 cameras have been installed.

“Out of the 198 cameras, 25 are equipped with various functions, which include plate recognition, facial recognition and vehicle counting.

“We are also planning to develop the city’s dashboard to reduce traffic congestion,” said Rozali.

Source: Buletin Mutiara


  1. JoJo
    February 5th, 2021 at 10:27 | #1

    Bla Bla black sheep again!

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