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We will be renewing the Fire Certificate as requested by The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF).
The required test for the renewal of fire certificate, will be held on the following date:-
Date : 11 December 2019 (Wednesday)
Time : 10 am to 2 pm
The following will be carried out on the above-mentioned date for the testing:
The fire alarm bell will be activated at intermittent intervals during the testing. Residents are advised not to be alarmed by the sounding of the bell.
The service of all lifts will be temporarily suspended when the testing is in progress (estimated about 60 minutes from around 10.15am to 11.15am, bearing no unforeseen circumstance).
As such, please do not be alarmed when you are unable to use the lift during the above-mentioned period. Residents are advised to make use of the emergency staircase for access and exit of your household.
For the enhancement of the visibility of the tennis court at night, we are pleased to inform residents that the management will carry out replacement work to the tennis court lights with schedule as shown:
26 November 2019 at 12pm to 3 December 2019
9.00am to 6.00pm
As such, the tennis court is closed for use during the above said period.
The works are expected to complete in accordance to schedule, subject to weather conditions and on-site situation. The contractor has been advised to take all necessary safety measures and to minimise inconvenience to residents.
Some dust and noise will be generated during the said duration. Residents are advised to keep clear from the work area.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Your kind understanding and cooperation is much appreciated.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Management office at 6634 7338 should you require further information or assistance concerning the above works.
REGISTRATION OF BICYCLES (INCLUDE CHILDREN’S BICYCLES)
It is observed that the bicycle racks at the basement carpark is in a messy and overcrowded condition.
Some of the bicycles are in a dilapidated condition and may have been abandoned by their owners.
In our continuous effort to maintain the housekeeping and free up more space for residents who wish to park their bicycles, we will be conducting a bicycle registration exercise.
Residents who wish to park their bicycles at the bicycle racks are required to register with the Management Office by 10 January 2020. As there are only limited bicycle racks available, please note registration will be on a first come first serve basis. Upon submission, owners will be issued a bicycle registration identification tag for their bicycles.
The bicycle tag is going to look like above (Pink Color).
In the future, all bicycle owners who wish to park their bicycles at the basement carpark must obtain Identification Tag from the Management to tag at their bicycles. After this bicycle registration exercise, we will be conducting a bicycle clearance exercise for those untagged bicycles.
Kindly co-operate by parking your bicycles at the designated bicycle parking areas. We seek your kind understanding on this matter.
If you have any enquiries, please contact the Management office at Tel: 6634 7338.
Important Note: The Management will not be held responsible for any damages or loss of bicycles for this exercise.
Dengue fever and dengue haemorrhagic fever (a more severe form) are the most common mosquito-borne viral diseases in the world.
Dengue fever is an illness caused by infection with a virus transmitted by the Aedes mosquito. There are four serotypes of this virus (DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3 and DEN-4) which can infect you.
Dengue fever is spread though the bite of the Aedes Mosquito.
To prevent dengue fever, you must prevent the breeding of its carrier, the Aedes mosquitoes. Aedes mosquitoes are identified by the black and white stripes on their bodies. You can get rid of the Aedes mosquito by frequently checking and removing stagnant water in your home.
Residents are encouraged to carry out the “Mozzie Wipeout” practices:
Those showing symptoms suggestive of dengue including sudden onset of fever for two to seven days, severe headache with retro-orbital (behind the eye) pain, joint and muscle pain, skin rashes, nausea and vomiting, and bleeding from the nose or gums or easy bruising in the skin should see a medical practitioner early to be diagnosed and managed accordingly.
Early diagnosis can facilitate better case management, and persons with dengue can also help prevent further transmission by applying repellent regularly so that mosquitoes do not bite and pick up the virus from them.
As for the common areas, the Management will instruct all appointed contractors to practice good housekeeping, weekly pest control programme i.e. fog/oiling, etc.
All of us, including residents and contractors, have a part to play in preventing dengue.
The latest updates can also be found on the NEA ‘s website, www.nea.gov.sg,