Tanah Laut Regent HM Sukamta said that the construction of the granted pipeline network has been completed in 2020. The grant aims to fulfill the administrative process, so it can be fully utilized to serve the need of the community in the district.
"In the future, we will maximize clean water services which are the basic needs of the community," he said.
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The Regent appreciated the grant of clean water pipeline in the Bati-Bati Sub-district, which covers Bati-Bati Village, Benua Raya Village, Padang Village, Nusa Indah Village, and Bentok Kampung Village.
Sukamta hopes a similar program will continue to be carried out so as to support the distribution of clean water in the district of Tanah Laut.
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