Gambling dens, massage parlours and false 'family centres' draw ire of state BN reps.
The exco will discuss whether to put a stop to all hillslope development projects, says Chow.
Thus, probes against the project developer should begin immediately, says exco Chow Kon Yeow.
Such hotels have until Oct 31 to submit their building plans, to be considered for legalisation, failing which they will be closed down.
UPDATED 1.54PM | Videos posted on Facebook show fallen trees and submerged cars in various parts of the state.
Federal gov't asked to assess Penang South Reclamation project on technical, not political grounds.
The works minister is contradicting himself with his remarks, adds the Penang exco member.
The protest by Sg Ara residents against a proposed high-rise project near their homes is 'yet to be discussed' by the state gov't, says exco.
UPDATED 7.10PM | Pulau Betong rep says Chow Kon and Lim gave different figures, on May 22 and June 24.
Chow Kon Yeow says the estimated cost will remain at RM46 billion.
Don't sabotage state gov't's efforts to address transport woes in Penang, state exco tells Penang BN.
The state assembly descends into brief chaos when all eyes turned to state MCA chief Tan Teik Cheng.
State government denies hiding information on the reclamation exercise.
Zairil has been asked to handle the matter for the time being, says Penang DAP chief Chow Kon Yeow.
Chow Kon Yeow however says the state is not affected by the local government ministry's ruling.
They accuse the state exco of allegedly 'misleading' the assembly on the number of prewar houses sold to foreigners.
YOURSAY | 'Why must the next CM of Penang be a Chinese?'
Exco Chow Kon Yeow laments the state has asked the PM and minister for the funds since 2008 to no avail.
YOURSAY | ‘Guan Eng's endorsement is a vote of confidence in him.’
INTERVIEW | State exco Chow Kon Yeow tackles this perception, points out developers have lots of conditions imposed on them.
Multi-cornered fights will be the acid test for Pakatan Harapan in GE14, the Penang DAP chief says.
The man best poised to helm the state is a far cry from the bold, fiery Lim Guan Eng.
Penang DAP chief says other 'side' issues can be discussed later.