Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 5:01 PM
To: PM LEE
Cc: AGO WILLIE TAN ; <a title="Ang_Hak_Seng ; PA_QSM ; PETER ONG, HEAD of CS ; <a title="connie_chan ; PRITAM ; <a title="stlocal ; ST NEWS ; <a title="stanley93896999 ; TOC ; <a title="news ; YAHOO ; <a title="zblocal
Subject: 20160202 Is PA CEO daft or indifferent?
PM Lee Hsien Loong
Dear PM Lee
I refer to my email to civil servant and PA CEO, Mr Ang Hak Seng on 8 Jan and a reminder that he had not responded on 19 Jan (enclosed).
My feedback concerns the improper display of an RC name, ie at different locations hundreds of metres from its actual location.
As a civil servant, he is obligated to respond to my feedback. Respect is earned and Hak Seng gives the civil service a bad name.
It appears PA doesn’t seem to be aware of what’s happening on the ground nor is it bothered.
Another issue concerns the display of former names of RCs which gives the impression of 2 RCs in the same vicinity. A simple issue which cannot be resolved by PA without a nonsensical clarification?
If CEO Ang is daft or indifferent to public feedback, I hope the PMO will assign another competent civil servant to address my concerns.
Thank you and have a nice day.
Dear Mr Ang
I refer to my email (enclosed).
It has been 11 days but you have yet to reply.
Dear Mr Ang Hak Seng
“Elias Rise RC” appears to be at a number of different locations, eg near the traffic junction of Pasir Ris St 52 and Pasir Ris Drive 1, …
in the vicinity of Block 502 …
and near the junction of St 52 and Pasir Ris Drive 3
As far as common sense is concerned, the name of an organisation should be displayed only at/near its premises. Why is the PA attempting to cause confusion by improperly displaying signages?
If PA could suka suka display the name of an RC at any location of its choice, then the town council shouldn’t need to display any directional signs.
Please confirm if it is proper to put up the name of an RC hundreds of metres from its actual location.