Bukit Batok MP Murali Pillai claims accountability for lapses in fire safety, two JCTC staff to be disciplined for locking hose reel cabinets

Following the issuance of two Fire Hazard Abatement Notices by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) to the Jurong-Clementi Town Council (JCTC) last Fri, Bukit Batok SMC Member of Parliament (MP) Murali Pillai has claimed accountability for lapses in fire safety at the affected block.

In a Facebook post on Fri (15 Nov), Mr Murali said that he had learnt about the issues surrounding the access and deployment of firehose on the 13th floor while walking with the SCDF officers, and was “naturally concerned about both matters”.

He said he had “immediately” urged the SCDF officers to investigate these issues, and stressed that SCDF “took notice of the matter on the day of the fire incident itself” without “later owing to anyone else drawing attention to this matter”.

Mr Murali confirmed that JKeart Pte Ltd, the contractor responsible for maintaining the hose reels, had claimed that water supply was available to the hose reel in question at the time of the fire.

“They provided to Town Council a video of the hose reel in question in working condition on the same day of the fire incident. This led to Town Council meeting SCDF officers earlier this week to provide what JKeart showed.

“After consulting SCDF, Town Council issued a statement accepting SCDF’s position on the matter. It is now investigating JKeart’s assertions,” Mr Murali elaborated.

Touching on the issue of the padlocked hose reel compartments, Mr Murali said that two JCTC officers were identified as responsible for instructing the padlocking of the fire hose compartments “by using small padlocks that can be dislodged using force”.

“As mentioned in Town Council’s statement issued yesterday, these officers decided to do so to prevent misuse of the firehoses. This was a mistake on their part. They have admitted to their mistakes. The Town Council management will pursue disciplinary action against them,” he stressed.

“I am clear in my mind that, as your elected representative, I am accountable to you for both issues. These incidents should not have happened and, for that, I must apologise,” said Mr Murali.

The MP assured that he will be working with his elected and appointed Town Councillors on a review of the present case, in addition to ensuring that the fire safety system is strengthened to ensure its reliability.

“I expect the Town Council to make a separate statement on the steps taken separately,” he said.

Mr Murali also stressed that while he “did not make any reference” to the issue in his previous Facebook post, he insisted that he was actually at the fire scene on the same day itself “just before 8 am”, and had mostly focused on assisting the residents who were affected by the fire.

“By that time, the 3 fire victims from the 13th floor unit at Blk 210A, Mdm Goh, her son and husband were transported by ambulance to hospital. My focus fell on residents affected by the fire and see how we can help them. I also met and thanked several residents who helped with the evacuation during the firefight.

“I then channelled our energies to help the affected families staying on the 14th and the 15th floors of the block. They were not able to use their toilets, draw water, etc because the service pipes were damaged by the fire on the 13th floor. Through the coordination of our community volunteers, HDB & Town Council, we managed to restore services in record time. We distributed emergency relief packages for affected families,” he said.

Padlocked hose reel compartment issue “a prime example” of how opposition parties should “put pressure on those in positions of authority” to be accountable to the people: SDP chief Chee Soon Juan

Responding to Mr Murali’s statement today via a Facebook post of his own, the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) chief Chee Soon Juan said that the issue is “a prime example of how the opposition should work: to put pressure on those in positions of authority to account to the people”.

While he commended Mr Murali’s effort to be accountable for the issue at hand, Dr Chee suggested that it was his SDP team that had laid the groundwork in the process of investigating the root of the lapse in the relevant fire safety equipment.

“Taking the time and effort to do our homework (in this instance, talking to the BB residents, inspecting the fire equipment, and gathering feedback) allowed us to establish facts that the JCTC could not ignore or deny.

“Then came the probing and persistent questioning of the PAP MP and town council officials which resulted in the initial piecemeal release of information by JCTC but, finally, a full accounting by Mr Murali,” he said.

“This is the work of a responsible and effective opposition. Ultimately, it is the people who benefit,” he said, adding that it was crucial to hold Mr Murali’s “feet to the fire because of the gravity of the situation” without allowing the issue to “degenerate into a personal attack”.

“That’s how politics should be conducted, without fear but always in a professional and principled manner devoid of character assassination and personal ruin. That’s how the SDP will conduct itself in Parliament,” said Dr Chee.

SDP chief alleges that JCTC did not reveal inspection on the morning after the fire, questions why “a misleading report” was made

Dr Chee, in a Facebook post on Tue (12 Nov), pointed out that JCTC did not reveal that “an inspection was made on the morning right after the fire and hosereel was certified to be working”.

Stating that JCTC’s claim contradicted SCDF’s report, Dr Chee questioned the town council as to why “such a misleading report” was made.

“The JCTC has responded to the fire incident at BB Blk 210A saying that the hose reels at the block “last underwent maintenance and testing by the appointed contractor on Oct 14, and certified to be in working condition.”

“But it accepted the SCDF’s finding that the hosereel in question was not working during the fire.

“Time of the report: 9:30 am. (The fire occurred at about 4:30 am that day.) Action taken: “Check and found Hosereel pump system normal working condition.” This contradicts SCDF’s report.

“Can JCTC confirm this Job Sheet and, if this is true, why was such a misleading report made? In the interest of full transparency, why did it not reveal this fact?” said Dr Chee.

SCDF earlier issued warning to JCTC for non-compliance

Earlier on 5 Nov, SCDF responded to Dr Chee’s feedback regarding the non-functioning hose reel, stating that its officers “have done a follow up” with the Jurong Town Council, under which the Bukit Batok is managed.

“Town Councils are responsible for the maintenance of their estate’s fire safety measures and ensuring that they are functioning and well-maintained.

“SCDF officers will be inspecting the premises to ensure the Town Council’s compliance with the fire safety requirement. Enforcement action will be taken in the event of non-compliance,” said SCDF.

Dr Chee, who had earlier visited the unit on 3 Nov following the fire incident, pointed out that he was informed that the Fire Hose Reel on the floor was not functioning at the time the fire broke out – despite having been certified for inspection last month – due to an absence of water.

JCTC was subsequently issued a warning by SCDF after it was found that firefighters who were attending to a fire at Bukit Batok discovered that there was no water supply from the fire hose reels at the block.

According to a statement issued to the media, several of the hose reel cabinets had been padlocked. Even after firefighters broke one of the padlocks, they were still unable to use the fire hose reel because there was no water supply, said SCDF.

Following the fire incident, SCDF notified JCTC about the padlocked cabinets and the malfunctioning fire hose reels, and subsequently performed an inspection with town council representatives.

JCTC was then issued Fire Hazard Abatement Notices, which serve as warnings to rectify the non-compliance. In this instance, it would mean ensuring that the hose reels are functioning and are not locked, said SCDF.

Should non-compliances of the same nature be detected during a re-inspection by SCDF, the Town Council could be liable for a composition fine or even prosecution, warned SCDF.

“SCDF has since verified through onsite inspections that the fire hose reels at the block are now accessible and in working order,” added the Force.

Three rescued from fire at Bukit Batok flat via aerial ladder; cause of fire under investigation

Firefighters from Bukit Batok Fire Station and Jurong Fire Station responded to an alert regarding the fire at around 4.31 a.m, and that a Combined Platform Ladder 60m (CPL60) was deployed to conduct an aerial rescue, SCDF said last Fri.

“A man in his 60’s and another man in his 30’s were found standing on the ledge outside the kitchen’s window. A vast accumulation of items in the kitchen limited the working space for the firefighters. This, coupled with the two men being highly exhausted, prevented the firefighters from pulling them safely into the unit.

“From within the unit, firefighters used ropes to secure the two men. Thereafter, rescuers from SCDF’s elite Disaster Assistance and Rescue Team (DART) rapelled from the unit above and brought the two men into the CPL60’s rescue cage. The men were brought down to the ground floor and were attended to by SCDF paramedics,” said SCDF.

The men were brought down to the ground floor and were attended to by SCDF paramedics.

Dr Chee called the SCDF rescue via aerial ladder a “dangerous mission” that was “executed expertly”.

The three casualties were conveyed to Singapore General Hospital for burn injuries and smoke inhalation.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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Chase Routing Number Information: State by State Guide

Chase Routing NumberWhen you set up direct deposit for a new job, your employer will ask you for the routing number and account number from your bank account. A routing number is a 9-digit code that is assigned to a bank or credit union so that it can make transactions with other financial institutions.

This number is used during money transfers to identify where the customer originally opened the account. It’s also used to distinguish banks or credit unions with similar names. You can find your Chase Routing Number at the bottom of your checks. Your routing number will be useful for many tasks such as:

  • ACH payments
  • Setting up direct deposit
  • Receiving benefits from the government, including tax refunds
  • Transferring money between accounts at different banks or investment firms
  • Automatic bill payment
  • Domestic wire transfers

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Routing Numbers by State

Here is a full list of the Chase routing numbers for each state:

  • Arizona: 122100024
  • California: 322271627
  • Colorado: 102001017
  • Connecticut: 021100361
  • Florida: 267084131
  • Georgia: 061092387
  • Idaho: 123271978
  • Illinois: 071000013
  • Indiana: 074000010
  • Kentucky: 083000137
  • Louisiana: 065400137
  • Michigan: 072000326
  • Nevada: 322271627
  • New Jersey: 021202337
  • New York – Downstate: 021000021
  • New York – Upstate: 022300173
  • Ohio: 044000037
  • Oklahoma: 103000648
  • Texas: 111000614
  • Utah: 124001545
  • Washington: 325070760
  • West Virginia: 051900366
  • Wisconsin: 075000019

If you don’t see your state or region listed above, or you’re not sure where you opened your account, continue reading to find out other ways to locate your Chase routing number.


Other Ways To Find Your Chase Routing Number

Use a Check

For checking accounts, you will be able to find your routing number at the lower left-hand corner of the checks you receive. It is the first 9 digits located at the bottom of the check.

Go Online

After you log into your account either online or through the app, click the last four digits of your account number that you want to view the information of. Your routing number will appear above your account information.

Call Customer Service

If you don’t have a check on your, you can always call Chase at 800-935-9935.


Routing Numbers for Wire Transfers

Wire transfers will send money faster than an ACH transfer. However, Chase will charge a small fee for these types of transfers. To wire funds, you will need to register for an online account with your Chase account. Here is how:

  1. In your online banking portal, click on the “Pay and Transfers” tab.
  2. Select “Wire money.”
  3. You’ll be prompted to add a wire recipient and other information.

Chase Wire Transfer Fees

Incoming (Domestic): $15.00
Outgoing (Domestic) done online: $25.00
Outgoing (Domestic) done at a Chase branch: $30.00
Incoming (International): $15.00
Outgoing (International) done online: $40.00
Outgoing (International) done at a Chase branch: $45.00

For Domestic Transfers

Chase uses a different routing number for these types of transactions. Use the JP Morgan Chase routing number 021000021. You will also need:

  • The name of the person to whom you’re wiring funds (the “beneficiary”) as it appears on their account
  • The name and address of the beneficiary’s bank
  • The beneficiary’s account and routing number

For International Transfer

Use the Chase SWIFT code CHASUS33. SWIFT codes, which stands for the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, are the international equivalent of U.S. routing numbers. You will also need the following information:

  • The name of the person to whom you’re wiring funds (“the beneficiary”) as it appears on their account
  • The name and address of the beneficiary’s bank
  • The beneficiary’s account number
  • The SWIFT Code of your bank and the bank you are sending to
  • Currency being sent

Which Chase Routing Number Should You Use?

For Any Domestic Money Transfer Activity:
Use the ABA routing number for the state where you opened your Chase account.

For Any Domestic Wire Transfers
Use the JP Morgan Chase wire transfer routing number 021000021.

For International Wire Transfers:
Use Chase SWIFT code CHASUS33.


Bottom Line

You will need to know your routing number when you try to transfer money or set up a direct deposit, so it’s probably a good idea to be prepared to locate it. You’ll want to set up your Chase Direct Deposit because it will allow you to have access to your money without going to a bank branch or ATM to deposit a check.

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ALERT: A Recession Is Coming and This Stock Will Outperform

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Aberdeen Asia-Pacific Income Investment Company (TSX:FAP) is a close ended fixed income fund launched by Aberdeen Standard Investments Ltd. It invests in fixed income markets of the Asia-Pacific region.

The fund primarily invests in long-term debt securities and benchmarks the performance of the portfolio against a composite index composed of 25% UBS Composite Index, 20% JP Morgan Asian Credit Index, 35% iBoxx Indices, and 20% JPMorgan Government Emerging Markets Indices. The company was formed in 1986 and is domiciled in the United States.

The fund has a market capitalization of 183 million, trades at a 22% discount to net asset value and provides unique fixed income portfolio exposure to the Asia-Pacific region. The investment objective of the company is to obtain current income and earn capital appreciation from investment in long-term debt securities. The company invests up to 80% of total equity in Asia-Pacific debt securities.

By virtue of a fixed-income investment strategy, many of the company’s net assets are exposed to interest rate risk. Further, given that a substantial proportion of its assets are invested in securities denominated in foreign currencies, changes in the value of the Canadian dollar against these foreign currencies can have a huge impact on performance over time.

Investments in assets denominated in Australian and United States dollars represented the largest currency holdings in the company’s assets.

Factors that are thought to influence the company’s share price include a fund’s relative performance, the liquidity of a fund’s shares, dividend yield, the use of a managed distribution policy, confidence in a fund’s manager, investors’ perceptions and expectations regarding the outlook of the countries/industries/markets where a fund invests. The company’s ordinary shares traded in 2019 within a range of a discount of 8.7% to 25.0%.

In addition, it faces the risk of illiquidity in the company’s investments in lower-rated debt securities and local currency Asia-Pacific debt securities. The ability to hedge risk and transact at low costs in these markets is less than the more developed markets and is subject to sudden shifts in market liquidity.

Management fees are reasonable. A fee agreement provides for a monthly fee at the annual rate of 0.65% of the company’s average weekly assets up to and including $250 million at the annual rate of 0.55% of the company’s average weekly assets in excess of $250 million and including $450 million, and at the annual rate of 0.50% of the company’s average weekly assets in excess of C$450 million, payable monthly.

The company returned 3.67% on a net equity value basis for Q3 2019, thereby underperforming the 5.02% return of the blended benchmark. Regarding absolute performance, the fund’s Asian local-currency overweight exposure to Philippine, Indian, Indonesian and Sri-Lankan bonds delivered excellent performance; however, an underweight allocation to Indonesia weighed on relative performance.

The company’s emerging market debt exposure also contributed to absolute performance as risk assets recovered. Exposure to Australian bonds negatively impacted the company’s absolute performance, with currency depreciation negating the performance from bonds.

Based on the 22% discount to net asset value and unique portfolio exposure to the fixed income market in the Asia Pacific, this stock looks like a great buy.

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Investors: This Buy-and-Hold Forever Stock Is a Screaming Buy Today

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One of the annoying things about investing in stocks is the investment doesn’t usually provide steady returns. Results are often lumpy, with a stock posting huge gains over a short period of time and then doing nothing.

Sometimes a stock can languish for years at a time, which is often when impatient investors will punt the company from their portfolios.

The problem with that impatient approach is when investors get rid of an excellent long-term stock because it hasn’t done anything for them lately. The next move up comes and people who sold are cursing their bad luck.

For people who don’t already own the stock, the decision is a little easier. They get to ignore short-term price noise and just focus on the underlying investment thesis. Their capital isn’t tied up in a company not delivering gains.

I’d like to profile one company that has followed this predictable pattern. Shares did nothing for a long time, then they rocketed higher. The stock is back to doing nothing again. Here’s why I think today is a great time to get in before the stock goes on its next run.

A great business

Great Canadian Gaming (TSX:GC) is Canada’s largest casino operator with assets spread across British Columbia, Ontario, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. The company’s 25 properties have more than 16,000 slot machines, 575 table games, 71 restaurants, and more than 500 hotel rooms.

The company has been a growth-by-acquisition story lately, gobbling up casinos as fast as they come on the market. It has recently been buying up casinos in the Greater Toronto Area that were previously operated by the government.

Now the focus is to increase the potential of these properties. Planned developments include expanding the Great Blue Heron casino, turning Casino Woodbine into a world-class resort and constructing a new casino in Pickering, Ontario. The company has also negotiated with the province to continue to operate the casino in Ajax, which was slated to close.

This expansion has delivered some terrific short-term growth. Revenue for the first nine months of 2019 increased some 30% compared to the same period last year, thanks to the acquisitions in Ontario.

Earnings increased by a similar amount once we adjust for the company’s recently sold U.S. division. Investors should expect both revenues and earnings to keep marching higher as new developments add to the bottom line, although not to the tune of 30% per year.

A great buying opportunity

Despite posting solid results, delivering great growth, and being an excellent long-term investment, Great Canadian shares are currently trading at a cheap valuation. This makes today a great time to buy.

Let’s look at a traditional metric first, the price-to-earnings multiple. Great Canadian Gaming shares currently trade at just 11.8 times trailing earnings. Earnings are expected to take a step backwards next year, but long-term growth should still be solid.

Management certainly thinks the stock is cheap. The company repurchased more than 1.9 million shares in the third quarter alone, and continued its buying spree by repurchasing nearly 600,000 additional shares in September.

One of the most impressive things about Great Canadian is how the company has expanded so aggressively while slowly decimating shares outstanding. In 2011, the company had more than 84 million shares outstanding. These days that number is down to under 60 million.

The bottom line

At close to a 52-week low, now is the time to load up on Great Canadian Gaming shares. The company is well positioned for long-term growth, both from its current assets and the potential to acquire additional gaming operations.

The casino business isn’t going anywhere, with governments controlling the supply of new locations entering the market — and you have to like the low trailing price-to-earnings ratio.

This appears to be a situation where, if investors don’t pay attention, they could miss out on another 50-100% move higher.

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