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Covid19: Building Control Authority Should Disallow Payment Of Fines Using MCST Funds

Covid19: Building Control Authority Should Disallow Payment Of Fines Using MCST Funds

Four residents were fined on 20 April 2020 for not practising safe distancing in their condominiums and a management corporation (MCST) for not closing its common facilities. However, I am concerned over the $1,000 fine imposed on the condominium in Amber Road. Who is responsible for this lapse? To allow the fine to be paid using the common MCST fund would mean that all the residents in the condominium are guilty of the offence or are they?

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MOM INVESTIGATING CASE WHERE MAID FELL 7 STOREYS CLEANING WINDOWS

The maid, who is in her 20s, was reported to have been cleaning the windows of the unit at Carissa Park condominium at Tampines on Tuesday. MOM has banned maids from cleaning the outside of windows since 2012, unless they are physically supervised by their employer or by an adult representative of their employer.

The maid is reportedly recovering form her unspecified injuries.

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CLEMENTI FIRE STATION DIDN'T MEET FIRE SAFETY STANDARDS, HAS SINCE REMOVED AFFECTED CLADDING

15 buildings have been found to be using external cladding that does not meet fire safety standards. The Singapore Civil Defence Force announced a list of affected buildings with non-Class 0 cladding, including Singapore Polytechnic and Clementi Fire Station. Fire station also got combustible cladding? How come never ownself check ownself?

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HDB FLATS KENA BBQ SMOKE FROM CONDO, CONDO SAY BBQ SMELL IS NICE, BEAR WITH IT

Residents at a condominium in Punggol, A Treasure Trove, have been locked in a dispute with their neighboring Housing & Development Board (HDB) flats for over 3 years, all because of the smells and smoke that get emitted from their BBQ pits which are just 15 metres away from the nearest HDB flats.

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FILIPINO MAIDS CHASED OUT IN MIDDLE OF MEAL BY RACIST AUNTIES

According to the Filipino worker, she and her companions were having a meal at a table near Laurels shop, Block 1 Pandan Valley Condominium, when 2 Chinese women approached them and told them to leave the table. When asked for a reason, they told the maids that they (the aunties) would be having a meeting at that spot and would like to use the table.

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