Newly elected Sri Tanjong Assemblyman Jimmy Wong Sze Phin’s focus would be on resolving the clean water and electricity supply faced by residents in the constituency. The Tawau Democractic Action Party (DAP) divisional chief said his priority was to ensure adequate water supply and ‘zero’ blackout for consumers here. Jimmy who polled 5,359 votes to win with a 1,172-vote majority over incumbent Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate Samson Chin Chee Tsu, said it was important to improve the water and electricity supply in the constituency as both are basic necessities. “Resolving problems pertaining to basic infrastructure facilities would also attract more investors to the district,” he said, adding this would provide many income earning opportunities for residents. The Government, he added, should also provide housing for locals in the district who do not own land or provide financial assistance for them to purchase houses. Jimmy pointed out that this would stop landless locals from squatting on Government or privately owned land. He also suggested that the Government shorten the approval process for trading licences which takes about one month now.