I sent the query to LTA via their on-line feedback website on 21 Dec 2006.
(Wow, LTA works on Christmas Day! I am impressed.)
Dear Mr Koo,
DANGEROUS SITUATION AT ZEBRA CROSSING
FEEDBACK NUMBER: XXXXXX
Thank you for your feedback 21 Dec 2006.
We would like to inform you that your feedback is under the purview of the National Environment Agency (NEA). We will, by copy of this email, refer your feedback to them for their attention and reply to you.
Should you wish to contact NEA directly on the matter, please refer to their email address below.
We thank you for writing in.
(SIGNED IN LOTUS NOTES)
XXXXX XXXXXX XXX (MS)
At around 8 a.m. today, I received the following response from NEA:
Dear Mr Victor KooIt was quite a nice touch and very impressive of NEA to come up with a reply within 24 hours of receiving the email from LTA. But what I read next at the end of the email frightened the shit out of me:
Thank you for your email dated 25th December 2006 Via LTA.
This is being addressed by North West Regional Office. Our Officer will reply to you accordingly.
Please call us or email Contact_NEA@nea.gov.sg again if NEA can be of further service.
Thank you for your time and interest.
Tel: 1800-CALL NEA [1800-2255 632]
National Environment Agency Call Centre
Our Environment -- We Care
This message may contain confidential information under the purview of the Official Secrets Act. Unauthorized communication or disclosure of such information is an offence under the Official Secrets Act. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender and delete it. Do not retain it or disclose the contents to any person as it may be an offence under the Official Secrets Act.Whoa, since when have environmental issues become official secrets?
Hmm... does it look like LTA is passing the