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Press Cutting - A Landmark Rescued
This article published in the New Straits Times, on 5 November 2008 features the restoration of the Taiping Sanitary Board Building originally built in 1900. It was restored by the Federal Government's Arts, Culture and Heritage Ministry in 2007/08.
Built in 1900 as the Sanitary Board building it later became home for thee Town Council but after the Health Board had spent some time there. When Taiping was declared a Municipality in 1979, the Council moved out and the building was left empty until temporarily occupied by different companies on a short term basis.
Tofay the people of Taiping have a beautifully restored building to celebrate