East Coast News Issue 94 ( Feb/Mar 2014 ) - East Coast

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East Coast News Issue 94 ( Feb/Mar 2014 ) - East Coast
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best home, brighter future
Issue 94 for February / March 2014
EAST COASTNEWS
MCI (P) 010/03/2014
East Coast Town Council, Block 206 Bedok North Street 1, #01-353, Singapore 460206
QUIZ: PRACTISE GOOD HABITS
Tel: 1800-444 9549
Fax: 6444 0775
www.ectc.org.sg
CHINESE NEW YEAR
CELEBRATIONS IN OUR TOWN
START THE YEAR WITH THESE
GOOD PRACTIES
PAGE 4 & 5
PAGE 8
WIN A $10
NTUC SHOPPING VOUCHER!
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COLOURFUL CHINGAY
IN EAST COAST
Quiz
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PR AC TI S I N G G O O D H A B ITS
Which of these are hygienic and considerate practices? Mark the corresponding boxes with a tick ( ✔ )!
哪一些是即卫生又富有公德心的行为? 请在相应的框中打勾( ✔ )!
Yang manakah di antara berikut adalah amalan-amalan yang bersih dan bertimbang rasa?
Tandakan kotak yang berkenaan dengan tanda rait ( ✔ )!
,tw; w py; vit Rfhjhukhd kw; W k; Mjuthd nray; g hLfshFk; ?
Fwpiaf;; ( ✔ ) nfhz; L FwpaplTk; !
rupahd gjpy; f s; cs; s ngl; b fis xU rup Fwpiaf
Keeping the void deck clean
Cycling on the cycling track
Vandalising of common property
Clearing your cluttered corridor
Littering
Leaving dog poo lying around
REGULATIONS
Name: _________________________________________________
NRIC: ________________________
1. Fill in your personal details, cut out the quiz and mail to:
Quiz for Issue #94, East Coast Town Council,
Block 206 Bedok North Street 1, #01-353,
Singapore 460206.
2. Closing date is 15 Apr 2014.
3. Only residents of East Coast GRC and Joo Chiat SMC are eligible
to participate.
Address:
_______________________________________________________________________________
Postal Code: _________________________
Contact No.: _________________________________________
Email: _________________________________________________ Division: ____________________________
CONGRATULATIONS TO WINNERS OF QUIZ #93
GO TO
www.everythingeast.sg
for food, people, places
and everything else
in the East of Singapore.
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James Goh
Kenneth Gan
Lee Lay Ping
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Ting Ai Eng
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Keeping Our Town Clean!
This is the solution to the maze
in Issue 93’s quiz. Did you choose
the considerate practices and
make your way out successfully?
START
END
Do the 5-Step Mozzie Wipeout
进行5个步骤的灭蚊检查 • Lakukan 5 Langkah Mozzie Wipeout • nlq;fpia Jilj;njhopf;Fk; 5 fl;l eltbf;iffis gpd;gw;Wq;fs;
Change water in vases/bowls on alternate days
每隔 一 天 , 更 换 花 瓶 里 的 水
Tukarkan air dalam jambangan bunga/mangkuk dua hari sekali
Remove water from flower pot plates on alternate days
每隔一天,清除花盆垫盘里的水
Buangkan air di piring pengalas pasu bunga dua hari sekali
Turn over all water storage containers
将所有的水桶和水容器倒置存放
Terlungkupkan semua bekas air
Cover bamboo pole holders when not in use
不在使用晒衣竿撑管时将它们盖好
Tutupkan lubang penyangkut galah yang tidak digunakan
Clear blockages and put Bti insecticide in roof gutters monthly
每 个 月 疏 通 阻 塞 的 屋 顶 檐 槽 , 并 且 加 入 Bti杀蚊药来杀灭伊蚊子孓
Bersihkan sampah sarap dari alur bumbung rumah dan bubuhkan racun serangga Bti sebulan sekali
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LUNAR NEW YEAR
IN EAST COAST
East Coast residents came together to usher in the Year of the Horse with family, friends and
lots of food! At various division events, residents exchanged auspicious wishes of good health
and prosperity with one another and their Members of Parliament. Non-Chinese residents also
joined in the celebrations with much enthusiasm, taking in the cultural and traditional aspects
of Lunar New Year. Hong bao distributions of essential household items ensured that needy
residents were not left out of the festive cheer. Here’s wishing all residents a blessed and
prosperous Year of the Horse ahead!
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[email protected]
HOW DOES IT WORK?
STEP 01
[email protected] is a free mobile application developed to better serve
and connect with residents. Residents can submit their feedback on
maintenance issues via the app, and it will be automatically routed to the
respective Town Councils.
• Launch it on your iPhone or Android phone • Make a feedback report simply by following these steps:
Select an image
source. Take a photo,
choose from your
picture library, or
submit a feedback
report without a photo.
STEP 02
Select the location of
your report.
Describe the issue and
submit the report.
STEP 03
The information will be
directed to the relevant
town council, which
can then resolve the
problem.
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Chingay in the Heartlands
Even though the Chingay Parade has Chinese roots, it has evolved into a multicultural
extravaganza that showcases Singapore’s community spirit and cultural richness. The Parade
came to our town on 15 February, livening up the various divisions with dazzlingly decorated
floats and boisterous celebrations.
Mascots like the God of Fortune and roving balloon sculptors and jugglers spread cheer to
residents on the ground. There were lion and dragon dances as well as stage performances to
stimulate the crowd’s eyes and ears, while booths for calligraphy, sand art, clay figurines and
origami kept everyone’s hands busy. Our Members of Parliament also joined in the celebrations,
lighting firecrackers to launch the float procession.
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CLEAR CORRIDORS ARE SAFE CORRIDORS
整洁的走廊
是最安全的
Koridor yang bersih
adalah koridor yang
selamat
Rj ;jkhd eilto pfs ;
vd g; it ghJfhg g; hd
eilto pfshFk ;
For more information, visit our website at www.hdb.gov.sg or call 6490 1111
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START THE YEAR
with these Good Practices
Are you being a considerate resident? Go through the checklist below and see how many of these good habits you practise. If
you see family, friends or strangers doing otherwise, advise them gently and encourage them to do the right thing. Only with a
collective effort can East Coast be The Best Home for Everyone!
TO-DO-CHECKLIST
DO NOT LITTER – Littering is unhygienic, creates unpleasant odours and breeds pests such as
rats and cockroaches.
不要乱丢垃圾 – 乱丢垃圾是不卫生的行为。被乱丢的垃圾会产生难闻的异味,也会成为害虫滋
生的温床,例如老鼠和蟑螂。
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
JANGAN BUANG SAMPAH MERATA-RATA – Membuang sampah merata-rata sememangnya
amat mengotorkan. Ia mewujudkan bau busuk dan membiakkan haiwan perosak seperti tikus dan
lipas.
Fg;ig NghlhjPHfs; – Fg;igfisg; NghLtJ KOf;f KOf;f MNuhf;fpakw;wJ. mjdhy;
nfl;l thilfs; cUthfp vypfs; kw;Wk; nrt;tz;Lfs; Nghd;w g+r;rpfs; cw;gj;jpahFk;.
DO NOT CLUTTER YOUR CORRIDORS – Do not store combustible items along the corridor.
These are potential fire hazards or obstructions in the events of an emergency. Falling items can
also cause accidents.
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
不要把杂物堆积在走廊上 – 也请别在走廊存放易燃物品。这些将有可能引起火患或在紧急情况
下成为逃生阻碍。掉落的物品也可能造成意外。
JANGAN SEMAKKAN KORIDOR ANDA – Juga, jangan simpan barangan mudah terbakar di koridor.
Ini boleh mendatangkan bahaya kebakaran atau menghalang laluan semasa dalam kecemasan.
Barangan yang terjatuh juga boleh menyebabkan kemalangan.
cq;fs; eilf;$lq;fspy; rj;jk; NghlhjPHfs; – eiltopfspy; vspjpy; jPg;gw;Wk; nghUl;fisAk;
$l Nrkpj;J itf;fhjPHfs;. ,it jPg;gw;Wtjw;fhd Mgj;ij tpistpf;ff; $ba my;yJ
mtru fhynkhd;wpy; jilia Vw;gLj;jf; $ba nray;fshFk;. fPNo tpOfpd;w nghUl;fSk;
$l tpgj;Jfis tpistpf;fyhk;.
PARK YOUR BICYCLES AT ALLOCATED PARKING AREAS – Always park at designated bicycle
stands. Otherwise, your bicycle will obstruct the walkway and pose danger to others.
请把脚踏车停放在指定的地方 – 请在指定的脚踏车停放点放置脚踏车。
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
LETAKKAN BASIKAL ANDA DI KAWASAN MELETAK BASIKAL YANG TELAH DIPERUNTUKKAN
– Sentiasa letakkan basikal anda di tempat basikal yang dikhaskan.
cq;fSila kpjptz;bfis mjw;nfd;W xJf;fg;gl;l epWj;Jk; gFjpfspy; epWj;Jq;fs;;
– Vg;NghJk; cq;fsJ kpjptz;bfisf; nfhLf;fg;gl;l kpjptz;B epWj;jq;fspy; epWj;jTk;
IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SMOKE AT VOID DECKS, CORRIDORS AND LIFTS – Stub out cigarettes
before entering areas where smoking is prohibited.
在组屋底层、走廊上和电梯内抽烟是违法的 – 进入禁烟区域之前请将香烟熄灭。
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
ADALAH MENJADI SATU KESALAHAN UNTUK MEROKOK DI KOLONG BLOK, KORIDOR DAN
LIF – Matikan api rokok sebelum memasuki kawasan larangan merokok.
fPo;j;jsq;fspYk;> eilf;$lq;fspYk; kw;Wk; kpd;J}f;fpfspYk; Gifg;gpbg;gJ Fw;wkhFk;
Recycle wisely tpNtfj;Jld; kWRow;rp nra;Aq;fs; – Gifg;gpbf;fj; jilnra;ag;gl;Ls;s
gFjpfspy; Eiotjw;F Kd;dH rpfnul;Lj; Jz;Lfis tPrpnawpAq;fs;.
Start practising these habits today and make your home a better place for everyone.
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TO-DO-CHECKLIST
RECYCLE WISELY – Remember, when the recycling bin is contaminated, the entire load becomes
unrecyclable.
请保护环境,回收可再循环的物品 – 请记得,当回收箱被污染时,箱内的所有物品都不可再回收。
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
KITAR SEMULA SECARA BIJAK – Ingat bahawa apabila tong kitar semula tercemar, seluruh isi
tong tidak boleh dikitar semula.
tpNtfj;Jld; kWRow;rp nra;Aq;fs;; – kWg;gadPl;Lj; njhl;b mRj;jkhf ,Uf;Fk; NghJ>
mjpYs;s nkhj;jg; nghUl;fisAk; kWgadPL nra;aKbahky; NghFk; vd;gij epidtpy;
nfhs;Sq;fs;.
ALWAYS CLEAR UP AFTER FEEDING COMMUNITY CATS – Leaving behind leftovers and food
scraps attracts pests.
喂养社区中的小猫后,请自行清理环境 – 因为留下的食物残渣和剩菜,很容易会招来害虫。
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
SENTIASA BERSIHKAN SELEPAS MEMBERI MAKAN KEPADA KUCING KOMUNITI –
Meninggalkan sisa dan lebihan makanan selepas memberi makan kepada kucing jalanan akan
menarik haiwan perosak.
vg;NghJk; njUtpy; Rw;Wk; g+idfSf;F cztspj;j gpd;G me;j ,lj;ijr; Rj;jk; nra;Aq;fs;;
– rKjhag; g+idfSf;F cztspj;j gpwF rpjwpa czTfis mg;gbNa tpl;Lr; nry;tJ
g+r;rpfisf; ftHe;jpOj;jpLk;.
DO NOT FEED THE PIGEONS – Feeding birds allows the population of birds to increase, which
can be a nuisance. It can also increase the likelihood of bird-borne diseases.
请不要喂养鸽子 – 随意喂养野生鸟类会导致鸟类数量激增,并滋扰我们的生活环境。同时也会
激增鸟类传播疾病的可能性。
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
JANGAN MEMBERI MAKAN KEPADA BURUNG MERPATI – Memberi makanan kepada burung
akan membolehkan populasi burung bertambah, dan ini boleh menyebabkan gangguan. Ia juga
boleh meningkatkan kemungkinan penyakit bawaan burung.
Gwhf;fSf;F
czT
mspf;fhjPHfs; – gwitfSf;F
cztspg;gjhy;
gwitfspd;
vz;zpf;if mjpfupj;J> njhe;juT cUthfyhk;. mjdhy; gwitfshy;-tpisAk; Neha;fSk;
mjpfupf;fyhk;.
CLEAR UP AFTER USING THE VOID DECK – Litter and food receptacles at community areas,
such as the tables at void decks, attract pests.
在组屋底层进行活动后,请自行清理环境 – 在邻里范围如组屋楼下的桌子上遗留垃圾和食品容
器,也会招来害虫。
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
BERSIHKAN SELEPAS MENGGUNAKAN KOLONG BLOK – Sampah dan bekas makanan yang
ditinggalkan di kawasan awam komuniti, seperti di meja di ruang perhimpunan komuniti, akan
menarik haiwan perosak.
fPo;j;jsj;ijg; gad;gLj;jpa gpwF me;j ,lj;ijr; Rj;jk; nra;Aq;fs; – fPo;js miwapy;
,Uf;Fk; Nkir Nghd;w rKjhag; gFjpfspy; Fg;ig kw;Wk; czTf; fopTfisg; NghLtJ
g+r;rpfis ftHe;jpOj;jpLk
CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR PETS – Animal faeces left behind will cause a stench; they are also very
unhygienic.
清理宠物粪便 – 未清理的宠物粪便会发臭,同时也非常不卫生。
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
BERSIHKAN NAJIS HAIWAN PELIHARAAN ANDA – Najis haiwan yang ditinggalkan akan
menyebabkan bau busuk; ianya juga adalah sangat kotor.
cq;fs; nry;yg;gpuhzpfisr; Rj;jk; nra;jy; – gpd;Gwk; Rj;jk; nra;ag;glhky; tplg;gLk;
tpyq;Ffspd; kyq;fs; JHehw;wj;ij Vw;gLj;Jk;. mit kpfTk; Rfhjhukw;witAk; $l.
THROW LETTERBOX FLYERS AND JUNK MAIL IN THE BIN – Instead of littering them around
common areas, dispose of them in the bins at void decks and outside the lifts to keep the place
clean for everyone.
HAVE
I DONE
THIS?
把不需要的传单和垃圾邮件扔进垃圾桶 – 请不要把不需要的传单和垃圾邮件丢在走廊等公共区
域,而是把它们扔进位于组屋底层和电梯外面的垃圾桶。这样就能够保持环境卫生整洁。
BUANGKAN RISALAH PETI SURAT DAN MEL SAMPAH KE DALAM TONG SAMPAH – Jangan
membuang sampah di sekitar kawasan umum. Sebaliknya buangkan ke dalam tong-tong sampah
di kolong blok dan di luar lif bagi memastikan kebersihan tempat tersebut bagi semua orang.
mQ;ry; ngl;bapy; cs;s gpuRuq;fisAk;> Njitaw;w fbjq;fisAk; Fg;igj; njhl;bapy;
Nghl;L tpLq;fs;; – nghJ ,lj;ij midtUf;fhfTk; Rj;jkhf itj;Jf;nfhs;s nghJthd
gFjpfisr; Rw;wp me;jf; Fg;igfisg; NghLtjw;Fg; gjpyhf mtw;iwf; fPo;j;jsj;jpYk;>
kpd;J}f;fpfSf;F ntspNaAk; itf;fg;gl;Ls;s Fg;igj; njhl;bfspy; NghLq;fs;.
Start practising these habits today and make your home a better place for everyone.
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KEEP MOSQUITOES AT BAY!
Because of the heavy shedding of leaves during this dry spell, there is an increase in the number of
Culex mosquitoes islandwide, as they multiply in hundreds as compared to the Aedes mosquito.
We have stepped up our efforts to clear leaf litter (especially in concealed drains), as well as our
fumigation efforts to control the mosquito population. Although the Culex mosquito is not known
to cause dengue fever, it is still a nuisance to residents.
Please call us at 1800-444-9549 if you notice any potential breeding grounds in your estate.
Please do not endanger the lives of your family and neighbours by placing your bulky refuse/items at the common corridors.
CALL 1800-444-9549 FOR FREE BULKY REFUSE REMOVAL SERVICE.
First three items will be removed for free, additional items cost $5 each.
Does not include renovation debris, items for house-moving and built-in items.
请不要把您的大件垃圾或物品摆放在公共走廊以免危及您的家人和邻居的生命。
请致电1800-444-9549我们免费为您提供大件垃圾清理服务。
免费清除首三件物品,之后每件收费5元。不包括装修废料、搬家以及内置物品。
Jangan membahayakan nyawa ahli keluarga dan jiran anda dengan meletakkan barang/sampah besar yang
memakan ruang di koridor utama.
HUBUNGI 1800-444-9549 BAGI SERVIS PERCUMA
PEMBUANGAN SAMPAH YANG BESAR.
Tiga barang yang pertama akan dibuangkan secara percuma, barang buangan tambahan akan dikenakan bayaran $5
setiap satu. Tidak termasuk pengubahsuaian puing, barangan untuk perpindahan rumah dan barangan yang tersedia.
cq;fspd; Njitaw;w / fopTg; nghUl;fis nghJ eiltopapy; NghLtjd; %yk; cq;fSila FLk;gj;jpdH
kw;Wk; mz;il tPl;bdupd; capHfSf;F Mgj;ij Vw;gLj;jhjPHfs;
,ytrkhf Njitaw;w nghUl;fis ePf;Fk; Nritia
1800-444-9549 vd;w vz;zpy; mioAq;fs;.
Kjy; %d;W nghUl;fs; ,ytrkhf mfw;wg;gLk;. $Ljy; nghUl;fs; xt;nthd;Wf;Fk; $5 fl;lzk; t#ypf;fg;gLk;
rPuikf;Fk; Ntisapy; rpjWk; nghUl;fs;> tPL khw;Wk; Ntisapy; gad;gLj;jg;gLk; nghUl;fs; kw;Wk; NrHj;Jg;
nghUj;jg;gl;l nghUl;fs; Mfpait NrHf;fg;gltpy;iy
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CLE AN E R AIR
FOR ALL
With effect from 15 January 2013, these places have been designated as smoke-free areas.
Secondhand smoke contributes to a range of serious and often fatal diseases. Hence, we encourage smokers to play their part to
observe the ban. We also encourage non-smokers to be gracious when they see smokers lighting up in a prohibited area, reminding
them gently that smoking is banned and requesting them to finish their cigarette elsewhere. Together, we can make Singapore a
cleaner and healthier place for all to live in.
All common areas including:
Residential Estates
Linkways from bus stops to residential blocks
Void decks
Corridors
Staircases
Stairwells
Multi-purpose halls
Public Spaces
Covered walkways and linkways
All pedestrian bridges
5 metres from the edge of bus stops
Hospital outdoor compounds
GO GREEN
WITH SEMBCORP
AND WIN!
Article contributed by SembWaste Pte Ltd
Sembcorp, appointed public waste collector for the Bedok sector, has two easy
and popular programmes to promote recycling.
Mdm Tan Poh Choo poses with her voucher at
Blk 40 Bedok South Ave 2.
Mdm Goh Lay Hoon from Blk 34 Bedok South
Ave 2 was spotted depositing recyclables.
• Go Green Lucky Draw: Bag your recyclables with a lucky draw coupon before depositing them into a recycling bin.
Three lucky winners are picked every quarter to receive vouchers from Sembcorp.
• Spot-Captain-Green: A Sembcorp representative randomly approaches residents who are spotted placing
recyclables into recycling bins. The lucky residents are awarded with $50 in NTUC vouchers on the spot.
Contact Sembcorp to find out more.
Customer Service Hotline: 1800 278 6135
Email: [email protected]
Ms Saw Hui Qi from Blk 34 Bedok South Ave 2
was spotted depositing recyclables.
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HONG BAO PRESENTATION CEREMONY
The annual Hong Bao presentation ceremony aims to provide financial assistance to needy Bedok residents during the festive Lunar New Year
period. 55 Bedok residents received Hong Baos and goodie bags at the ceremony held on 26 January, attended by Member of Parliament Mr Lim
Swee Say. The goodie bags contained household items such as cooking oil, rice and biscuits, and were delivered to the elderly residents’ homes by
grassroots volunteers.
BEDOK
CONVERSATION ON
BUDGET 2014
Residents met at Changi Simei CC with Member of Parliament Ms Jessica Tan on 27 February for
a feedback session on Budget 2014. Ms Tan highlighted the key points raised in the Budget, and
members of the public clarified their questions. These included the eligibility of lower/middle-income
households in receiving subsidies for kindergarten school fees, clarifications on Medisave, MediShield
Life and ElderShield, feedback on the Pioneer Generation Package and more. It was a productive
dialogue that gathered valuable feedback, as well as help residents better understand the Budget.
CHANGI SIMEI
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[email protected] 2014
15 February was a day of festivities in Fengshan, with both Lunar New Year and Chingay celebrations
livening up the atmosphere. There were stage games and performances to entertain residents, as
well as roving buskers and mascots. As part of Fengshan’s new signature ‘lo hei’ activity, residents
tossed fishes made out of red packets into a net for prosperity and good luck. After the sun went
down, a fleet of 30 Harley Davidson motorcycles ushered in the Chingay floats, together with an LED
lion and dragon dance troupe that got everyone whipping out their camera phones. If only the night
of dazzling lights and joyous celebrations did not have to end!
FENGSHAN
VALENTINE RUN 2014
Kampong Chai Chee’s annual Valentine Run has always been a hit with runners, and this year event
on 16 February at Bedok Reservoir Park was no different. Besides the run, there were plenty of
activities such as traditional games, handicraft sales, henna and heart painting, as well as song and
dance performances to keep participants entertained. During the Pledge of Love, 500 people showed
their gratitude and commitment to their family, partners and friends,
ending with a mass hug and kiss that filled the atmosphere with love!
KG CHAI CHEE
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EDUSAVE AWARDS CEREMONY
The ceremony was held on 18 and 19 January for 1600 students at Siglap CC, led by the Women’s
Executive Committee (WEC). Before the ceremony, the students showed their appreciation for
their parents by making customised badges in a classroom, while grassroots leaders (GRLs)
interacted with their parents and introduced the various courses, activities and interest groups
offered by Siglap’s grassroots organisations (GROs). The awards ceremony began with speeches
from an award recipient and Member of Parliament Dr Mohd Maliki Osman. Afterwards, students
and their parents had a chance to take a family photo with Dr Maliki.
SIGLAP
MY HEARTLAND CARNIVAL
Residents of Joo Chiat joined hands with a professional sand artist to create an iconic sand sculpture
to usher in the year of the Horse. The sculpture was completed between 19 and 25 January at East
Coast Park, drawing marvelling glances and excited children aplenty. This was a collaborative effort
with MediaCorp for a series titled ‘My HeARTland Carnival’, which aims to expose members of the
public to various forms of art at common leisure areas.
JOO CHIAT
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BEDOK
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WHEN
WHERE
CONTACT
PHONE
Culinary Demo – Fruit Craving
5 Apr 2014, 2pm – 4pm
Bedok CC, Homecraft Room
CC
6442 5317
Monthly Brisk Walk & Health Talk
20 Apr 2014, 7.30am – 10am
Blk 33A Bedok South Ave 2
Ms Zubaidah Lah
6442 5317
Bunga Merah RC Monthly Brisk Walk
27 Apr 2014, 8am – 10am
Link building between Blks 40 & 41 Bedok South Rd
Ms Nur Fazlina
6442 5317
Mother’s Day Celebration
4 May 2014, 2pm
Void Deck Multi-purpose Room at Blk 150 Simei St 1
Mr Dec Tan
6781 6058
Fengshan Mothers’ Day Celebration
4 May 2014, 5pm – 8pm
Contact Fengshan CC at 6449 5136 for more details
Fengshan Children’s Sports Day
17 May 2014
Contact Fengshan CC at 6449 5136 for more details
Project K.AN
(Canned Food Collection Programme)
29 & 30 Mar 2014, 9am – 6pm
Bedok NTUC
Mr Daryl Chew
Easter Egg Colouring Competition
26 Apr 2014, 2pm – 4pm
Kg Chai Chee CC
Ms Ong Wei Ling
6241 9878
Tea Party @ Rooftop
(Mother’s Day Celebration)
4 May 2014
Blk 417 Bedok North Ave 2, Rooftop
Ms Ong Wei Ling
6241 9878
Traditional Chinese Medicine
19 Apr 2014, 7pm – 9pm
Contact Siglap CC at 6449 8040 for more details
Traditional Indian Medicine
14 & 28 Apr 2014, 6pm – 9pm
Contact Siglap CC at 6449 8040 for more details
Chamber Performance – “Bite Size”
25 May 2014, 3pm – 4pm
Siglap South CC
Ms Ho Shuyu
6241 1925
FENGSHAN
KG CHAI CHEE
6241 9878
SIGLAP
JOO CHIAT
The above dates and venues are accurate at press time. Please call to check.
RC RECYCLING SCHEDULE
for MARCH & APRIL 2014
Date
March & April 2014
Time
Address
Organised by
BEDOK
Every 1st Sunday
2 Mar & 6 Apr 2014
1pm – 3pm
Blk 33 Bedok South Ave 2 #01-345
Bedok Sunflower RC
Every 3rd Sunday
16 Mar & 20 Apr 2014
10.30am – 1pm
Blk 37 Bedok South Ave 2 #01-445
Bedok Bunga Merah RC
Every last Sunday
30 Mar & 27 Apr 2014
9am – 11am
Blk 10C Bedok South Ave 2 #01-562
Bedok Orchid RC
FENGSHAN
Every 1st Sunday
2 Mar & 6 Apr 2014
9am – 11am
Blk 124 Bedok North Rd #01-155
Fengshan Crystal RC
Every 2nd Sunday
9 Mar & 13 Apr 2014
10am – 12pm
Blk 93 Bedok North St 4 #01-1461
Fengshan Topaz RC
Every 3rd Sunday
16 Mar & 20 Apr 2014
9am – 11am
Blk 104 Bedok North Ave 4 #01-2186
Fengshan Pearl RC
Every last Saturday
29 Mar & 26 Apr 2014
9am – 12pm
Blk 111 Bedok North Rd #01-323/325
Fengshan Jade RC
KG CHAI CHEE
Every 2nd Saturday
8 Mar & 12 Apr 2014
11am – 1pm
Blk 138 Bedok North St 2 #01-147
Kg Chai Chee Ruby RC
Every 2nd Sunday
9 Mar & 13 Apr 2014
11am – 1pm
Blk 221A Bedok Central #01-70
Kg Chai Chee Linear Green RC
Every last Sunday
30 Mar & 27 Apr 2014
9.30am – 11.30am
Blk 775 Bedok Reservoir View #01-335
Kg Chai Chee Longvale RC
SIGLAP
Every 3rd Saturday
15 Mar & 19 Apr 2014
10am – 1pm
Blk 167 Bedok South Ave 3 #01-501
Siglap East RC
Every last Sunday
30 Mar & 27 Apr 2014
8.30am – 10am
Blk 51 New Upper Changi Rd #01-1500
Bedok Ixora RC
Every last Sunday
30 Mar & 27 Apr 2014
1pm – 3pm
Blk 71 Bedok South Rd #01-250
Siglap Lucky Valley RC
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YOUR MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
MEET THE PEOPLE SESSIONS (MPS)
Every Monday (except Public Holidays)
Mr Raymond Lim Siang Keat
Ms Jessica Tan Soon Neo
Mr Lee Yi Shyan
Mr Lim Swee Say
Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman
Mr Charles Chong You Fook
MPS : Mondays at 7.30pm
Venue : Blk 119 Bedok North Rd
#01-209 Singapore 460119
Tel : 6442 9954
Fax : 6244 1306
Email : [email protected]
Chairman of East Coast Town Council
MPS : Mondays at 7.30pm
Venue : Blk 131 Simei St 1
#01-208 Singapore 520131
Tel : 6587 0680
Fax : 6587 0681
Email : [email protected]
Senior Minister of State
Ministry of Trade & Industry and
Ministry of National Development
Vice-Chairman of East Coast Town Council
MPS : Mondays at 7.30pm
Venue : Blk 408 Bedok North Ave 2
#01-38 Singapore 460408
Tel : 6241 9935
Fax : 6241 9935
Email : [email protected]
Minister
Prime Minister’s Office
MPS : Mondays at 7.30pm
Venue : Blk 30 New Upper Changi Rd
#01-784 Singapore 461030
Tel : 6442 1955
Fax : 6442 9210
Email : [email protected]
Mayor, South East District
Minister of State
Ministry of Defence and Ministry
of National Development
Vice-Chairman of East Coast Town Council
MPS : Mondays at 8.00pm
Venue : Blk 70 Bedok South Rd
#01-278 Singapore 460070
Additional MPS: Every last Friday at 8.00pm
(except Public Holidays)
Venue : Blk 3 Changi Village Rd
(facing Changi Ferry Terminal)
Tel : 6241 5840 Fax : 6449 5329
Email : [email protected]
Deputy Speaker
MPS : Mondays at 7.30pm
Venue : 15 Lorong K Telok Kurau
Singapore 425611
Tel : 6346 0121
Fax : 6348 0289
Email : [email protected]
EMERGENCY AND USEFUL NUMBERS
Please call the Town Council at 1800-444-9549 if you have
any query/feedback on the following:
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
Email: [email protected] ---------------------------- 6287 5355
ESTATE MAINTENANCE
Conservancy and cleaning work on common property such as
void decks, common corridors and car parks • Mechanical or
electrical equipment such as lifts, water pumps, switch rooms
and lighting • Landscaping and horticulture maintenance
TRAFFIC LIGHTS
Land Transport Authority (LTA) ---------------------- 1800-225 5582
Email: [email protected]
ENFORCEMENT ACTION
Illegal parking of motor vehicles on common property • Illegal
display of signs and banners • Illegal plucking of fruit or shrubs
• Indiscriminate dumping of unwanted items • Pilferage of Town
Council’s water and electricity • Vandalism of Town Council’s
property
LEASES, TENANCIES, RENOVATIONS, PERMITS,
SEASON PARKING
Housing Development Board (HDB) --------------------- 6490 1111
General enquiries: [email protected]
Car Park matters: [email protected]
CDC/FSCS/COMMUNITY CLUBS/CENTRES
South East CDC ------------------------------------------- 6243 8753
To ensure immediate attention on your feedback,
contact these agencies directly for the following:
Community Mediation Centre ----------------------------- 6325 1600
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, CROWS
National Environment Agency (NEA) ------------ 1800-225 5632
Email: [email protected]
Moral Family Service Centre -------------------------------6449 1440
Department of Public Cleanliness (DPC) --------1800-600 3333
Email: [email protected]
Fengshan Community Club ------------------------------- 6449 5136
Bedok Community Centre ---------------------------------6442 5317
Changi Simei Community Club --------------------------- 6781 6058
Kg Chai Chee Community Centre ------------------------ 6241 9878
Siglap Community Centre --------------------------------- 6449 8040
Siglap South Community Centre ------------------------- 6241 1925
EDITORIAL COMMITTEE
STRAY ANIMALS
The Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) -----1800-476 1600
Email: [email protected]
TRANS Centre (TRANS Family Services) ---------------- 6449 0762
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POLICE
Police Hotline ------------------------------------- 1800-255 0000
Bedok North NPC -------------------------------- 1800-244 9999
Bedok South NPC --------------------------------1800-244 8999
Changi NPC --------------------------------------- 1800-587 2999
Bedok NPP --------------------------------------- 1800-241 9999
Joo Chiat NPP ------------------------------------ 1800-345 9999
Siglap NPP ---------------------------------------- 1800-448 9999
Tanah Merah NPP -------------------------------- 1800-449 9999
EMERGENCY SERVICES
Fire / Ambulance ----------------------------------------------- 995
Ambulance Service (non-emergency) ----------------------- 1777
Police / Radio Police Car -------------------------------------- 999
Traffic Jam / Accident Reporting --------------------- 6547 1818
Traffic Police (Enquiries) ------------------------------- 6547 0000
SINGAPORE POWER
Piped Gas Supply -------------------------------- 1800-752 1800
Water Supply ------------------------------------- 1800-284 6600
Electricity ------------------------------------------ 1800-778 8888
ESSENTIAL NUMBERS
24-Hour Essential
Maintenance Service ----------------------------- 1800-275 5555
HDB Branch Office Service Line ---------------- 1800-225 5432
Chairman
Co-Chairman
Members
:
:
:
Secretariat
:
Mr Lim Joo Kwan, JP, BBM(L) (Bedok)
Mr Jason Ong, BBM (Changi Simei)
Mr Larry Chua (Bedok)
Mr Chandran Nantha Kumar (Changi Simei)
Mr Suresh Kumar (Fengshan)
Mr Wilson Chua (Fengshan)
Ms Ivy Teo (Kg Chai Chee)
Mr Sebastian Sim (Kg Chai Chee)
Ms Lee Yee Theng (Siglap)
Ms Chen Ngee Ann (Joo Chiat)
Ms Jolene Wood and Ms Mak Cheng Cheng

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