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Choa Chu Kang residents of new BTO complain of severe clogged rubbish chute problem

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The New Paper reported that a new Built-To-Order (BTO) flat in Choa Chu Kang is having a severe clogged-up rubbish bin problem. Residents complained that the rubbish piled up to the eighth floor.
The clogged rubbish is causing a massive stench in the block of flats. Besides the stench, the problem has also given rise to a problem of flies infestation in the block of flats.
The residents of Block 817A Keat Hong Mirage in Choa Chu Kang Ave 1 are further upset that garbage has also piled up around their block of flats. They wonder why this problem has cropped up since the development is a new one.
Health Minister Gan Kim Yong is the Member of Parliament for the ward the block of flats is in.
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