English Version
| , 24 June 2018 |
Indonesia Version

Sunday, 24 June 2018 | 15:24
PKPI Founder Tatto Sugiarto Pradjamanggala Dies at 80 One of the founders of the Indonesian Justice and Unity Party
or PKPI, Tatto Sugiarto Pradjamanggala, has passed away on
Friday evening
Sunday, 24 June 2018 | 15:02
Sandiaga Uno: Residents Want to See the Asian Games Torch Jakarta administration will hold 2018 Asian Games Torch
Festival in six areas of Jakarta.
Bogor Only Receives Rp13bn Donation from Jakarta
Bogor Mayor, Bima Arya Sugiarto. TEMPO/Seto Wardhana
Tuesday, 05 May, 2015 | 13:00 WIB
Bogor Only Receives Rp13bn Donation from Jakarta

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Bogor Deputy Mayor Usmar Hariman said that the Bogor administration only received Rp13 billion of donation fund from the Jakarta administration.  Previously, Bogor was promised to receive Rp100 billion in donation.

According to Usmar, the donation will later be used to fund the development of retention pond to overcome floods in Jakarta, transportation sector and overcoming garbage issues.  “The allocation for the Rp13 billion donation fund was accordance with that agreed by Jakarta, as included in the proposal by the Bogor administration,” he said.

Usmar mentioned there will be two locations for the retiontion pool built by Bogor administration.  Both are located in Ciluar and Cibuluh village, North Bogor subdistrict.

Initially, Bogor will use the donation fund for land acquisition and its development, but because the fund was only disbursed at Rp13 billion, the donation will be budgeted in the 2015 Local-Budet Change.  “Bogor administration could still build it without the donation fund due to last year’s Rp300 billion budget surplus,” said Usmar.

“Mr. Ahok (Basuki Tjahaja Purnama) said that donations for cities in the Jakarta's surrounding was reduced over conflict issues with the local legislative councils, therefore contributes to the amount of funds it grants,” Bogor Mayor Bima Arya Sugiarto said.




via Facebookvia TEMPO ID


Disclaimer: The views expressed in the comments sections are personal responses that do not represent the editorial policy of tempo.co. Our editorial staff reserves the right to moderate or take down comments that contain harassment, intimidation and discrimination against ethnicity, religion, race, and inter-group relations.