function and objectives of local government in Malaysia

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“Discuss the Objectives and
Function of a Local
Government of Your Choice in
Malaysia by Providing Case
Study as Your Examples”
HAIZE NURAIN
BINTI CHE HASSAN
2016449306
NUR AFIAH AFIFAH
BINTI MASIMEN
2016449312
PREPARED FOR:
MADAM SUZEI BINTI MAT NURUDIN
AZATUL AZWIN
BINTI KADRI
2016451226
Subang Jaya Municipal Council
(Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya)
“Smart Township, Business City and Ideal Residence”
 Was established in accordance with the Local Government Act
1976 (Act 171) under Section 4
 Previously it was called Petaling District Council before being
known now as Subang Jaya Municipal Council.
 In 1994, the Selangor State Government decided to upgrade
their status from a District Council to a Municipal Council.
 Currently, Subang Jaya Municipal Council is trying to raise
their Municipal Council status into City Council status.
 Headquarters: Persiaran Perpaduan, USJ 5, UEP Subang Jaya.
 The area covers 161 .8 square kilometres. It consists of two
(2) sub-districts namely Damansara and Petaling.
Vision
 To be premiere international standard Local Authority based
on Smart Township, Business City and Ideal Residence
Mission
 To manage international standard municipal services towards
making a peaceful, smart and dynamic municipality by 2020
Quality Policy
 We care and are committed to provide an optimum and
excellent service to all customers through the concept of
continuous improvement approach based on the application
of a viable quality management system towards becoming a
premiere LA in Malaysia in terms of municipal services,
landscape management, tax assessment, revenue collection,
law enforcement, infrastructure maintenance, development
planning, recreational facilities and social services with
dedication, ef ficiency and integrity
MPSJ’S OBJECTIVES
P ROVI DE A N E XC E LLE NT SE RVI C E TO T H E M P SJ C I T I Z ENS I N
M A NAGE MENT OF M UN I CI PAL SE RVI C ES, P UBLI C UT I LI TI ES
A N D SOC I A L RE SP ON SI BI LITI ES
 To fulfill social responsibility, they had done so many
programs to help the poor, orphans, single mother and others
who should be help. For example, During Ramadhan, they will
select few orphans center and takes them to buy new clothes
and other things for their Raya preparation .
M A I NTAINI NG A F RI E N DLY A N D H A RM ON IOUS E N VI RONMENT
W H I LE P E RFORMI NG DUT I E S A N D RE SP ON SIBILI TIES I N A
FA I R, RE SOLUT E A N D CA RI N G M A N NER
 To maintain the harmonious around the area, Subang Jaya
Municipal Council had come out with several programs to
control the number of cats and dogs in the public area such
as around the recreational park and the residential area.
 They had received many complaint by residents who had been
interrupted by cats and dogs in their neighbourhood
 In 2004, 48.5% of complaint has been made from Malays,
42.11% from Chinese and 8.38% from Indian.
IMPLEMENT AN EFFICIENT, SYSTEMATIC AND
EFFECTIVE FINANCIAL AND ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
 Many other alternative had been created by MPSJ for their
locals to make payment. (Cashless)
TO HELP TRADERS AND HAWKERS BY PROVIDING
COMPLETE AND COMPREHENSIVE FACILITIES
 A total of 120 units of kiosks which was located at 11 areas in
were built in the first phase of the project
 MPSJ replaces hawker stalls with kiosks that are made of
concrete and have tile roofing .
 They are equipped with electricity while metal racks are
provided at kiosks selling fruits .
 Cleaners are also employed to clean the kiosks daily.
TO ENSURE DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS, PUBLIC FACILITIES AND
RECREATIONAL PARKS ARE IN THE BEST CONDITION
 Created a mobile application.
 Residents of Subang Jaya may use the Mobile application
Aduan MPSJ app to report any issues regarding public
facilities within the council area.
 Quick action can be taken with the help of information from
the locals.
 This app can ensure the whole area is in good condition and
maintained.
MPSJ’S FUNCTION &
IMPORTANCE
ENVIRONMENT
 Local government was given power to establish and maintain
sanitary services for removal of rubbish and litter (Local
Government Act (171), 1976, Part IX, Section 72).
 MPSJ provide a service to collect garbage around Subang Jaya.
PUBLIC HEALTH AND SANITATION
Grant And Control License
 Do an inspection in food premises.
 Check whether the premise have a certificate to conduct a
food premise.
 Conduct daily checks.
Controlling Contagious Disease
 Used a fog spray by using a "Thermal Fogger" machine and a
“Low Low Volume" machine (such as a pick -up truck).
 Conduct a campaign to give awareness to the people on how
dengue can take the lives of people.
PUBLIC AMENITIES
Education
 MPSJ provide Hypermedia Library for the people to spend
their time studying there.
 Operating hours are from 9.30 am to 7 pm from Tuesday till
Friday, and 9.30 am to 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
 The public also can use the Wi -Fi services for free.
 MPSJ provide a children’s section. Story -telling sessions in
English on Saturdays and Bahasa Malaysia on Sundays.
Recreational Park
 MPSJ build a recreational park with the urban forest concept.
 MPSJ of fered a lot of amenities for people of all ages such as
jogging track, bike tracks, playground and an outdoor gym.
 Provide security guards, park management of fice, and parking
spaces.
TOWN PLANNING
MPSJ has the power to regulate and planning the use of all land
and buildings within their respective areas .
Maintain and repair roads
 MPSJ can maintain and repair public roads for the people
within its jurisdictions.
 MPSJ can designate names or modify street names.
Supply electricity to the people
 According to the provisions of the Electric Act 1949, local
government are responsible to carry out works to supply its
residents the lights, heat and power as well as electricity.
 If there are any places that are dark, they will supply street
lights to that place.
 Repair if the street lights are broken or damaged.
WHERE DID THEIR MONEY
COME FROM?
SOURCES REVENUE OF LOCAL
GOVERNMENT
 Supported by the Federal and State government in term of
grants.
 Has power to collect taxes, rates, fees and other charges
under the local government Acts (section 39).
 MPSJ have power to obtain resources (revenue) as set up in
section 39 of local government Act,1967(Act171 ).
*land-based and non-land based sources of revenue.
LAND-BASED SOURCES
Taxes
 Assessment tax (property tax).
 The taxes collected used by the MPSJ to pay for the services
and maintenance.
 Section 130 (a) of the local government Act 1976, the rate of
the taxes not exceeding 35% of annual value of the rateable
properties and not exceed 5% of improve value of the
properties according to local authorities in Peninsular
Malaysia.
NON-LAND-BASED SOURCES
License
 Section 107 of local government Act 1976, a local authority in
the granting of any licence may prescribe the fees.
 Control the activities of the trade &
the establishment of the business
within its jurisdictional area.
Rentals
 Hawker stall, community halls, badminton court, stadium,
auditorium, sport complex etc.
 The example of rent rate is as below:
I)Badminton court -from RM14 to RM18.
Ii) Community hall - from RM600 to RM1750
 Obtained from the rent of the night market trading sites,
Library’s
 Three hypermedia library.
 The fee cost is RM17 for adults and RM7 for children
(membership).
 Broadband services at the computer lab with the rate of RM1
for the library’s member and RM3 for non -member.
Compound
 MPSJ clampling illegally parked cars or w rongful parking area
in the commercial area.
 Clamping, charge fine.
 Compound started from RM80.
 RM170 to RM230 depending on the of fence, if their cars are
towed.
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