TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Eight years after its establishment, South Tangerang will now have its own city hall worth of Rp 300 billion in Pamulang. "It is using multiyear budgeting system," said Deputy Mayor Benyamin Davnie, on Friday, August 21.
Benyamin said that the construction began at 2013, covering five buildings. "The construction is at 80 percent," said Benyamin.
The city hall site takes place in the former Ciputat District Office, as given to the city in 2008. Benyamin claimed that the construction is already in accordance to Law No. 51/2008 on the Establishment of South Tangerang City.
Head of Planning Division at South Tangerang City, Dedeng A. Dasa, said that the office will be sophisticated and modern, donning the concept of green building. One of the most buzzed features of the facility is an 8-story parking lot, claimed to be able to take up to hundreds of vehicle.