DALAT: Three ongoing projects here, which are expected to complete before July this year, will add beauty to the development landscape of this district.
Dalat Riverfront phase two project is an extension of phase one and when completed, the waterfront would be much longer and spacious, and more attractive.
The multi-million ringgit project began about a year ago.
Taman Solidariti is a completely new project and it is being implemented at the cost of RM300,000.
When completed it will be a symbol of unity and solidarity in this district which has people of various backgrounds.
For Bazaarnita, the project involves the rebuilding of the existing premises at a contract value of RM750,000.
It will be a symbol of women entrepreneurship spirit in Dalat.
Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development Minister Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah hoped that all three projects would be completed according to schedule, particularly for Bazaarnita.
“It is hoped that the contractor Bumi Lanau Construction could complete Bazaarnita project before July, to be ready for Karnival Balau (Sago Carnival),” she said when officiating at the handing over of Bazaarnita project site here on Thursday.
Fatimah, who is also Dalat assemblywoman, added if all the three projects could be completed before July, the opening ceremony could be done simultaneously with Karnival Balau.
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