City Council (DPRD) Budget Committee (Banggar) Member, Bestari Barus, officially welcomed members of the Lhokseumawe Regency Legislative Council (DPRK), Wednesday (2/13).
" Hopefully similar system can be applied in Lhokseumawe city, to attract private companies to invest"
Lhokseumawe DPRK Vice Chairman, Suryadi wanted to share efforts to increase local income, which is run executively and legislatively in the capital.
"We still rely on local retribution and permits so far," he disclosed.
With local income by Rp 64 billion and APBD Rp 936 billion, his party had difficulty in increasing and growing the economy of the community.
"We hope there is a system that we can implement," he exclaimed.
City DPRD Banggar Member, Bestari Barus explained clear legal rules to include existing companies through corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs for community welfare.
"We have bylaw which regulates CSR for supporting the development process. Hopefully similar system can be applied in Lhokseumawe city, to attract private companies to inves t," he said.