Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Vacant properties at 47/49 Moonstone Lane & Upper Serangoon Road - Singapore Aerated Water (opposite the old Upper Serangoon Fire Station)

Contributor's email forwarded to NEA on 7 Nov 2005:

To the officer-in-change,

I noticed there is an increase in the number of mosquitos in my estate - 31 Moonstone Lane. There have been two cases of dengue in my estate in the last year. One of which one happens to be my wife. Would the authorities please check on the vacant factory along Upper Serangoon Road - Singapore Aerated Water (opposite the old Upper Serangoon Fire Station). You will notice crates of bottles all stacked up in the front of the vacant factory. The factory seems to be unattended for many years already and I am not surprised if it is a breeding ground for mosquites.

There are two more vacant warehouse on the left of 31 Moonstone Lane. Believe they are 47/49 Moonstone Lane. Appreciate if the authorities could look into it as well.

PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE !

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