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Amanat Bulanan Pengerusi 29.8.2018Amanat Bulanan Pengerusi 29.8.2018

[Mesyuarat Penuh Majlis]

YB Datuk Chairman highlighted the following issues :

1.

Interpretations and Components of the Guideline on Building

Growth of urbanization in the recent years have posed tremendous challenges to the planning authority as well as the local authorities. Any policy change to ingratiate these challenges will also affect the building industry practices. Therefore, it is crucial to update the local authorities on some of the changes in the interpretation of the Building By-Laws, 1994 in order to effectively regulate the Building industry.

Commencement of building operations, temporary permits and responsibility of person granted with the temporary permits [By law 15(1)(b) to (f) and by law 44] :

  1. The local authority must ensure that developer/contractor apply for temporary permit on all temporary structures erected at site in order to facilitate the building operations of the intended project.
  2. There shall be deposit imposed on the issuance of temporary permit as a performance bond to remove all the temporary structures and appurtenances upon completion of the project.
  3. As a security to ensure the removal of the temporary structures at the end of the project, the local authority shall collect security deposit from the developer/contractor.
  4. The security deposit shall be RM 5 per metre square of the floor area of temporary structure but subject to a minimum of RM500.00 and a maximum of RM20,000.00 and shall either be in the form of cash deposit of bank guarantee.
  5. The local authority may forfeit the security deposit if either of the following occurs :
    1. If the developer/contractor fails to remove all temporary structures within 30 days from the date of Certificate Practical Completion (CPC) of the project, the local authority is forced to enter and local authority may cause (including plants, tools, equipments, materials and goods) to be removed from the site; or
    2. In the case of abandoned/suspended project, the local authority is also required to enter and cause the same to be removed from site within 14 days after receiving public complaint on nuisance.
Roles and responsibility of local authority are expected to fully enforce the requirements contained herein and they are to ensure that the requirements are fully complied with by all building industry practitioners.

 

2.

Public Complaints Channels

Council is providing various channels namely: SMC Hotline, SMC Councillors whatsapp group, LA Serve: 019-8179297 to receive cases such as malfunction of Traffic Light, pothole, scupper drain, illegal dumping via WhatsApp and Wechat during or after working hours and Talikhidmat 082-555999 system under the surveillance of state government. Therefore, we urged the general public to lodge complaints or requests through respective channels as provided.

 

3.

Rates of Compounds

Council wishes to inform the general public that amount of compound of offences shall not be revealed under Council new policy whereby amount of the offences could be traced only with the respective compound issuance section upon making payment.

As such, the list of rates of compound for Parking section, Enforcement section and Public Health section as follows :

PARKING RATES FOR COMPOUND UPDATED ON 08.08.18

NO
ARTICLE
OFFENCE
RATES(RM)



 CAR
 MOTORCYCLE
 LORRY
 VAN
 4WD
 BUS
1
10(1)
Without  Displaying Coupon(s)

10
NA
10
10
10
NA
2
12(1)
Coupon(s) not clearly displayed

10
NA
10
10
10
NA
3
11(1)
Tampering with coupon(s) including not scratching completely

30
NA
30
30
30
NA
4
22(1)
Causing obstruction to a parking space

100
10
100
100
100
NA
5
3(4)
A) Parking at any place other than in a parking space provided

150
50
150
150
150
150
B) Parking at OKU parking bay and five foot way

150 150
150
150
150
150
C) Lorry parking at residential area

NA NA
150
NA
NA NA
D) Bus parking at residential area

NA NA NA NA NA 150
E) Park at Loading/Unloading, Pavement, Pedestrian Walkway, Traffic Island

150 150
150
150
150
150
F) Parking at Councillor's parking bay

150 NA
150
150
150
150
G) Parking at Night Market

150 150
150
150
150
150
6
3(5)
Parking of vehicle in the parking space not designated for that class of vehicle(s)

10
10
10
10
10
10
7
11(2)
Displaying used Coupon(s)/Expired Monthly Season Pass

30
NA
30
30
30
NA
8 12(3)
Scratching ahead of time

10
NA
10
10
10
NA
9 9(1)
Parking not entirely within the area marked out as a parking space

10
NA
10
10
10
NA
10
15(2)
Failure to produce/surrender parking coupon(s) when required

10
NA
10
10
10
NA
11
11(2)(b)
The period of validity for the parking coupon(s) has expired

10
NA
10
10
10
NA
12
25
No person shall use any motor vehicle parked in a parking space for the purpose of carrying on any trade or business

30
30
100
30
30
NA


The Local Authorities (Cleanliness) By-Laws, 1999

No
Articles
Offences
Rates(RM)
1
18(1)(a)
Kesalahan membuang sampah di tempat awam

500



Notis
Amaran
1st
Offence
2nd
Offence
3rd
Offence
2
22(1)(e)
Kesalahan membuang air kecil di tempat awam

NA
10
NA
NA
3
20(1) Kesalahan menjatuhkan tanah/pasir dari kenderaan

Dikeluarkan
100
200
300
4
26(1)
a) Kesalahan meletak barang niaga/Barang-barang di kaki lima melebihi had yang dibenarkan (2 kaki)

Dikeluarkan
100
200
300


b) Kesalahan meletak barang-barang/Barang niaga di tempat yang tidak dibenarkan/tempat awam/tempat letak kereta

Dikeluarkan 100
200
300
5 26(2)
Kesalahan memasak/Menyediakan makanan di kaki lima

Dikeluarkan
100
200
300
6
26(2)(b)
a) Kesalahan meletak kerusi & meja di kaki lima/Mall tanpa permit

Dikeluarkan
100
200
300
 
b) Kesalahan meletak kerusi & meja di kaki lima/Mall melebihi jumlah dalam permit

Dikeluarkan
100
200
300
7
27(1)
Kesalahan meletak kenderaan terbiar di tepi tempat awam/tepi jalan

Dikeluarkan
NA
NA NA


The Local Authorities (Advertisement) By-Laws, 2012

No
Articles
Offences
Removal Fee(RM)
 

Action
Fishtail
(per pcs)
Banner
(per pcs)
1
4
a) Kesalahan di bawah syarat-syarat lesen, tiada lesen iklan, tamat tempoh lesen, tidak mematuhi syarat-syarat lesen

Removal
20
50


The Sibu Urban District Council (Licensing Of Miscellaneous Occupations) By-Laws, 1962

No
Articles
Offences
Rates(RM)
 

Notis Amaran/Lisan
1st Offence
2nd Offence
1
3(1)
Kesalahan berniaga tanpa lesen/permit

Dikeluarkan
50
100


The Sibu Urban District Council (Markets) By-Laws, 1962

No
Articles
Offences
Rates(RM)
 

Notis Amaran/Lisan
1st Offence
2nd Offence
1
3
Kesalahan berniaga ditempat yang tidak dibenarkan

Dikeluarkan
50
100


PUBLIC HEALTH RATES FOR COMPOUND

No
By-Laws 1st Offence 2nd Offence 3rd Offence
1
LA CLeanliness By-Laws, 1999

Any person who contravenes or fails to comply with any of the provisions of these ByLaws shall be guilty of an offence and, where no penalty is expressly provided, shall be liable, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit and, in the case of second or subsequent conviction, to a fine not exceeding three thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding nine months or to both such fine and imprisonment.

RM30.00
RM50.00
RM50.00
2 The SUDC (Licensing Of Miscellaneous Occupations) By-Laws, 1962

Any person who carries on any of the trades or business specified in the First Column of the First Schedule, except under and in accordance with the provisions of a licence issued by the Council and at the place, if any, specified in the licence shall be guilty of an offence : Penalty, a fine of fifty dollars for the first offence, and in the case of a second or subsequent offence, a fine of one hundred dollars

RM30.00
RM50.00
RM50.00
3
The SUDC (Markets) By-Laws, 1962

Any person contravening any provisions of by-law 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 or 24 or paragraph (1) of by-laws, shall be guilty of an offence : Penalty a fine of one hundred dollars, and, in the case of a continuing offence, a further fine of ten dollars for every day during which such offence is continued

RM30.00
RM50.00
RM50.00
4 Entertainment Ordinance Regulations 2000/01

RM500.00
RM500.00
RM500.00
5 Reflexology

RM1,000.00
RM1,000.00
RM1,000.00


4.

Sales and Services Tax (SST)

I wish to remind members of general public that Sales and Services Tax 6% will be imposed to all parking fees within Council jurisdiction with effect from 1st September 2018.

 

5.

Harmoni Uptown Market in front of Taman Selera

Public are invited to apply for the vacant stalls at the Harmoni Uptown Market. Among merchandise allowed for selling at the marketplace are such as handicrafts, home utensils, souvenirs, clothing, homemade cakes/ pastries, electrical goods/ devices, IT goods and other non-food merchandises. Operation time will be every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

 

6.

Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang

Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri (MMKN) has approved naming of Sibu Town Square (Dataran Bandar Sibu) Phase I and II into Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang. Thus, public or any event organiser that intends to book the said venue for any upcoming events shall use the name of “Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang” in their application letter and also in event promotional materials such as Billboard, Banner or fishtail.

 

7.

Borneo Talent Awards (BTA) 2018

The 8th edition of BTA would kick off on the following dates/ time/ venue and closing dates of respective auditions as follows :

Date

Time

Venue

Closing date of registration

9.9.2018

2.00pm

Boulevard Shopping Mall, Kuching

7.9.2018

15.9.2018

2.00pm

Boulevard Shopping Mall, Miri

13.9.2018

16.9.2018

7.00pm

Farley Supermarket, Bintulu

14.9.2018

23.9.2018

2.00pm

Suria Shopping Mall, Kota Kinabalu

21.9.2018

29.9.2018

7.00pm

Farley Supermarket, Sibu

27.9.2018

 

Semi Final and Grand Finale for BTA 2018 would be held at Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang on 23.11.2018 and 24.11.2018 respectively.


8.

Proposed Calendar of Events for Year 2019

Along with Sibu Tourism Tagline, Homely Sibu-Heartland of Borneo, Council strives to improve the quality of all significant tourism events towards enhancing the visitors’ expectation and to ensure more sustainable development in local tourism industry. Next year, various tourism events would be organised as follows :

No.
Events
Date
1.
Sibu Tower Run
Venue : Wisma Sanyan

10th March 2019
2.
Borneo Cultural Festival
Sibu Street Art Festival
Venue : Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang Fasa I & II

18th - 27th July 2019
3.
Sibu International Dance Festival
Venue : Sibu Civic Centre

20th - 24th August 2019
4.
Borneo Talent Awards
Venue : Sibu Civic Centre

22nd - 23rd November 2019
5.
Sibu Christmas Tree Decoration Contest
Venue : Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang Fasa I

December 2019
6.
Sibu Bike Week
Venue : Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang Fasa II

6th - 8th December 2019
7.
Countdown 2020
Venue : Dataran Tun Tuanku Bujang Fasa I

31st December 2019


9.

National Day Celebration

Malaysia will be celebrating its 61st National Day on 31st August 2018. “Sayangi Malaysiaku” has been chosen as the theme of this year National Day celebrations. Council urges all premise owners to fly the National and State flags and decorative lightings on buildings respectively from 20th August to 16th September 2018 in town. I wish to remind all head of departments of government agencies, private sector, members of general public to observe the correct protocol of the location of flying the National and State flags.

Last but not least, I wish everyone “Selamat Hari Kebangsaan Ke-61”.

Thank you