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     December 2000

SUSPENSION OF LICENCE
UNDER THE POINTS DEMERIT SYSTEM

 The Ministry of the Environment has suspended the licence of a cooked food
stallholder, Mr Abdul Latiff Bin Ahmed of  Stall No. 13 Serangoon Garden Food Centre who has accumulated a total of 14 demerit points.  His licence will be suspended for a period of 2 weeks from 24 Dec 2000 to 6 Jan 2001.

SUSPENSION OF FOODSTALL LICENCE AT 177 RIVER VALLEY ROAD #B1-21 ) QUAYSIDE FOODCOURT UNDER THE POINTS DEMERIT SYSTEM

 The Ministry of the Environment has suspended the licence of a foodstall at
177 River Valley Road #B1-21 ) Quayside Foodcourt, which has accumulated a
total of 12 demerit points within a 12-month period under the Points Demerit
System. The period of suspension is for 2 weeks from 25 Dec 2000 to 7 Jan 2001. The licensee of the foodstall, Mdm Ng Siam Hiang, had accumulated 16 demerit points during the last 12 months.

SUSPENSION OF LICENCE OF STALL "Si Ji Xiang Delicious Food" at 11 SENOKO WAY UNDER THE POINTS DEMERIT SYSTEM

The Ministry of the Environment has suspended the licence of a food
stallholder, Mr Toh Tien Siong, of "Si Ji Xiang Delicious Food", as he has accumulated a total of 12 demerit points.  His licence will be suspended for a period of 2 weeks from 13 Dec 2000 to 26 Dec 2000.

     November 2000

SUSPENSION OF LICENCE OF STALL NO. 10 ADAM ROAD FOOD CENTRE UNDER THE POINTS DEMERIT SYSTEM

The Ministry of the Environment has suspended the licence of a food
stallholder, Mr Rahumatulah s/o Abdul Rahman Stall 10 Adam Road Food Centre, known as Barakath Stall 10 Mutton Soup, as he has accumulated a total of 12 demerit points.  His licence will be suspended for a period of 2 weeks from 7 Nov 2000 to 20 Nov 2000.

     August 2000

SUSPENSION OF LICENCE OF STALL NO. 23, NEWTON FOOD CENTRE UNDER THE POINTS DEMERIT SYSTEM

The Ministry of the Environment has suspended the licence of a cooked food
stallholder, Mr Koh Meng Seah of Stall No 23 Newton Food Centre (known as
Newton Grilled Seafood) as he has accumulated a total of 12 demerit points. His
licence will be suspended for a period of 2 weeks from 24 August 2000 to 6 Sept
2000.

SUSPENSION OF LICENCE OF STALL NO. 29 PASIR PANJANG FOOD CENTRE UNDER THE POINTS DEMERIT SYSTEM

The Ministry of the Environment will be suspending the licence of a cooked food
stallholder, Madam Marmah Binte Marwi of Stall No. 29 Pasir Panjang Food Centre because she has accumulated a total of 12 demerit points.  Her licence will be suspended for a period of 2 weeks from 25 Aug 2000 to 7 Sep 2000.


SUSPENSION OF FOODSTALL LICENCE AT 717 HAVELOCK ROAD
UNDER THE POINTS DEMERIT SYSTEM


The Ministry of the Environment has suspended the licence of a foodstall at
717 Havelock Road which has accumulated a total of 14 demerit points within a
12-month period under the Points Demerit System. The period of suspension is
for 2 weeks from 21 Aug 2000 to 17 Sep 2000.

The foodstall, in an eating house known as Kheng Nam Lee, has no business
name and the licensee, Mdm Phang Oi Lin had accumulated more than 12 demerit points during the last 12 months.

SUSPENSION OF LICENCE OF STALL NO. 60 NEWTON FOOD CENTRE FOR TOUTING

The Ministry of the Environment will be suspending the licence of a BBQ
seafood stall at No. 60 Newton Food Centre (Takara Grilled Seafood Stall), for
a period of 1 month from 21 August 2000 to 20 September 2000 because one of
the stall assistant was caught touting and harassing customers on 31 July 2000.

The Ministry takes a very serious view of hawkers touting or harassing
customers at hawker centres.  Such improper practices if left unchecked would
adversely affect the good services expected of our hawker centres as well as
the pleasant experience of Singaporeans and tourists patronising our hawker
centres.

Members of the public can provide feedback on such malpractices by calling
the Ministry's toll-free hotline 1800-4532222.

19 Aug 2000

     General Notice

Under the Points Demerit System, if a stallholder accumulated 12 demerit points
or more within 12-month period, his/her licence will be suspended either for 2
or 4 weeks, or be revoked, depending on the stallholder's past record.

All licensed food hawkers have a responsibility to members of the public.  They must ensure that the food sold at their stalls is clean, wholesome, properly covered and free from contamination by insects and vermin.  They must also ensure that their stalls are clean and must observe good personal and food hygiene practices at all times.  They must register all foodhandlers with the Commissioner of Public Health.

Members of the public can assist in maintaining a high standard of
personal and food hygiene by calling the Ministry hotline 1800-7319222 to
provide feedback on malpractice by hawkers or operators of eating
establishments.

This section commenced on 27 Aug 2000.