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Padang Brown Food Complex’s upgrading project set for April completion

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The upgrading project of Padang Brown Food Complex, which started in October last year, has now achieved 90% progress and is set to be completed by early April this year.

Komtar assemblyman Teh Lai Heng said the expansion of the complex’s roof, the installation of steel columns, and associated structural enhancements have been successfully completed. The remaining tasks primarily involve electrical works, specifically for the installation of fans and lights.

“We want to make the overall dining environment comfortable and protect diners from the sun and rain. The expanded dining area can accommodate more tables and chairs to cater to more people and tourists,” Teh told Buletin Mutiara during a site visit to the food complex in Datuk Keramat this morning.

“Everything should be ready by early April. But right now, stalls are already operational in both the halal and non-halal sections.”

Teh added that the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) had allocated RM389,195 for the upgrading project.

Built in 1966, the food complex was last upgraded in 2014. There are currently 54 food vendors at the food complex.

Also present were MBPP councillor Benji Ang Ming Quan, Tanjung MP Lim Hui Ying’s representative Por Cheng Han, and MBPP architect Cho Ching Sin.

Ang urged the public to park their vehicles at the parking area near the food complex, not illegally by the roadside to avoid unnecessary accidents.

Source: Buletin Mutiara

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