Sunday, January 31, 2010

Update on Dengue Cases

Dear Residents

There seem to be a raised in the dengue cases with 18 cases of Dengue Fever and one cases of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever reported from 10th January to 23rd January. According to the statistic provided by our Councillior Madam Theresa Ratnam Thong, 15 cases were reported in SS18 and 3 cases in SS14.

There was no recent case reported in our neighbourhood except for the one reported in the 2nd week of December 2009. The one reported came as no surprise especially when it was found out that nearly half of the houses inspected during our community goyong royong campaign on the 5th December 2009 were found to have some traces of suspected Aedes larvae and the house owners were fined RM100 by MPSJ.

Let us all play our part to ensure that not only our neighbourhood is free from crime but also free from dengue by make the extra effort and spend 10 minutes a day to check and to ensure our house is not a breeding site for Aedes larvae. Some of the residents complained about the RM100 fine but for me it is a good reminder because RM100 value cannot compared with the value of your loved one.

Friday, January 29, 2010


Dear Residents

In conjunction with the Chinese New Year holiday, SJ Alert and Subang Jaya Polis is once again organising ‘Balik Kampung-Rumah Selamat campaign. All residents are welcome to attend the launching on Sunday at Summit USJ. The details are as follows:


Once again, it's time for yet another “Balik Kampung – Rumah Selamat” Campaign, coordinated ahead of the Chinese New Year seasonal festivities. The campaign will be launched on:

Date : Sunday, 31st January 2010
Time : 2.30pm
Venue : Concourse, The Summit USJ Shopping Complex Area, Persiaran Kewajipan, USJ - Subang Jaya, Selangor YDH Dato’ CPO Selangor will be the Guest-of-Honour and will launch this highly-successful “Balik Kampung-Rumah Selamat” campaign for residents of Subang Jaya (covering Subang Jaya, USJ, Putra Heights and Bandar Sunway).

As you all are already aware, the “Balik Kampung-Rumah Selamat” campaign is a joint crime-prevention effort coordinated between the resident community of Subang Jaya with the IPD Subang Jaya so that residents (whose homes are registered under the campaign) can be assured of increased police patrols to their “unoccupied” homes during their absence during the festive holiday season. As per past campaigns, the necessary forms that will be used by both the residents as well as the Police (Borang Lawatan Polis) will be printed and distributed while on-line registrations through the SJ Alert website will also be undertaken.

On behalf of the SJ Alert ProTem committee, we would like to invite you and your family to attend and participate in the launch ceremony.
We look forward to see you all this Sunday afternoon.

Yours sincerely,
On behalf of SJ Alert ProTem Committee

Chinese New Year Holiday

Dear Residents

Once again we are in the period of festivity as the Chinese New Year is around the corner. The excitement to celebrate this festive holiday should caused anxiety for some residents especially for those who need to travel outstation and leave their houses vacant. In this current situation what the resident can do is only to pray that their houses will not fall to the prey of vultures who always take advantages of the situation.

For this reason, members who prescribed to the security arrangement are encourages to fill up the form with security guards and the committee so they can easily monitor your houses. The guard will slip in a visitation slip inside the post box during every visit. This is to ensure that the guard monitor and patrol the houses. These arrangements were successfully implemented during the last year Raya’s holiday and received good response from the members and none of the houses were broken during those long holiday. However we needs to be reminded that these security arrangement is not all foolproof but perceive it as a comfort of an additional security layer to our neighbourhoods.

The forms are available at all the guard houses.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Subscription For February-April Quarter

Dear Members Of SS 19/1 Community

The security protocol for SS 19/1 has come a long way since we started on 1 st May 2009. We have managed to reduce the incidents of crime in the area. We will continue to improve the security arrangements by implementing measures such as closures of certain roads, construction of barricades and more intensive patrolling.
In order to continue providing the security services residents will have to continue to subscribe for the February-April Quarter for a sum of Rm 180. Modes of payment are as follows:
a) Payment by cheque. Please make the cheque payable to Pertubuhan
Penduduk Jalan SS 19/1 Subang Jaya. Cheques can be dropped at the
above address or any of the guard houses or to our road
b) By cash. Please submit the cash to the secretary or to our
road representatives.
c) Online payment. Deposit into our account Pertubuhan Penduduk Jalan
SS 19/1 Subang Jaya at Maybank account 563202008850 and send or
email the deposit slip to the secretary @
It would be greatly appreciated if all payments can be in by 7th February 2010.
Thank you. Your prompt payment is greatly appreciated.

Yours Sincerely,

Mohamad Noh Samik

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Gotong Royong Perdana Masyarakat

Dear Residents

MPSJ will be organising a 'Gotong Royong Perdana Masyarakat' on 24 January 2010. Below is the invitation from Madam Theressa to all residents.

Salam Sejahtera Dear Residents

This is to inform you and to invite you to assist in the Gotong Royong Perdana Masyarakat MPSJ. All areas under MPSJ have been invited to "turun padang" to participate in this Gotong Royong Perdana Masyarakat.

For us at Subang Jaya we will be planting more plants and cleaning the Millennium Park at SS13.

Hence we seek your participation on:

Date: 24th January 2010 (Sunday)
Time: 8.00am to 11.00am
Venue: Millennium Park, SS13 (located near Jalan Kewajipan Roundabout)

Kindly bring along your garden tools and cleaning tools if you plan to join us. Light refreshments will be served.

Thank you for your kind attention and look forward to seeing you this Sunday.

Warm regards
Theresa Ratnam Thong
Ahli Majlis MPSJ

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Crime Caught in CCTV

Dear Resident

First of all I would like to wish all residents Happy New Year. We are now on the 10th year of the new millennium and it seem as only yesterday when we were caught with the euphoria of Y2K were million were spent to overcome the computer glitch that never came. I would also would like to apologise for not updating the blog as I was rather busy with school holiday.

Now back to business and what better way to start with if not for another crime story. I received a very interesting email from SJ Alert regarding a lady lossing her handbag inside a restaurant and the suspect criminals were caught on CCTV. Here is her story and you can view the CCTV pictures via the link below.

My handbag was stolen last week and you can view the power point of the pictures taken off the security camera of Sunway Pyramid. Xandria and I were at a private function at Thai Thai Restaurant seated at the VIP table in a private area of the restaurant and yet my rather big hand bag which was placed on the floor between my seat and Xandria's was stolen.

We did not move away from our seats at any point of time.There were 8 other people at our table and another 2 tables of VIP guests and journalists in the same room and none of us noticed anyone coming near us except the waiters serving our table.

It's really incredible how that happened. They look like a middle eastern couple. This is to remind everyone to be very careful as these are professionals and it can happen to anyone. Please send the power point to all your families and friends as this may help prevent further such incidences.


Below in the link to the picture of the suspected criminal caught on CCTV

Please be remind that we cannot verify whether actual crime has indeed being committed. The reproduction of this story from SJ Alert is mainly for the purpose to inform and alert residents that crime can happen anyway.