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Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil 6

Agenda item no

06SUB 5/2/2019

Subject

MATTERS RECEIVING ATTENTION

Meeting date

Monday, February 18, 2019

Resolution

Not available

Date closed

Not available

Resolution details

1. MOTION: DISPOSAL OF ERF 20879, BELLVILLE – UNUSED RAILWAY SERVITUDE

Ms N Hermanus said Mr P Strumpher advised that the Optimization and
Ratification Branch in Property Management Department had a meeting on
6 February 2019. The branch was quite optimistic about the potential of disposing the land for residential purposes. The Property Management Department will appoint a Town Planner to create a development plan and investigate the availability of services in order to subdivide portions of the servitude area to create individual erven, which will be made available for purchase. The cancellation of the servitude in favor of Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) will be dealt with as part of the process.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN

2. MRA Transferred from SC03 – 03SUB04/10/13A – A) MOTIONS RECEIVED FROM COUNCILLORS – MOTION WITH NOTICE: PARKING PROBLEMS IN THE GROENVALLEI SUBURB AS SUBMITTED BY COUNCILLOR BRENDAN VAN DER MERWE

Ms N Hermanus said that a meeting is scheduled with Cllr B van der Merwe,
Property Management, Recreation and Parks and TDA on 20 February 2019 to discuss the progress and way forward on this matter.

Feedback will be given at the March Subcouncil meeting.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN


3. BELLVILLE PARKING AT MELOMED HOSPITAL – emanating from item 06SUB08/11/17

Mr T Meisenheimer said that the application was sent to the Valuations Department for a market valuation to be determined. The application is still in process and could take at least another month.

Feedback will be given at the March 2019 Subcouncil meeting.







RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: GERDA DU PLESSIS


4. MOTION REGARDING ALL SAFETY MATTERS AND INTRODUCTION OF NON-MOTORISED TRANSPORT LANES BETWEEN THE INTERSECTIONS OF LINK ROAD AND HADLEY STREET ALONG OLD PAARL ROAD BY COUNCILLOR BRENDAN VAN DER MERWE

Ms N Hermanus said that a meeting was held between Cllr B van der Merwe and TDA to discuss the outstanding matters on the Motion regarding the Safety Matters within Ward 3 on 6 February 2019. It was resolved in the meeting that Mr G Elliot submits a detailed report on the Safety Matters and Introduction of Non-Motorised Transport Lanes between the intersections of Link Road and Hadley Street along Old Paarl Road to the May 2019 Subcouncil meeting.

RESOLVED

That Mr G Elliot submits a detailed report on the Safety Matters and Introduction of Non-Motorised Transport Lanes between the intersections of Link Road and Hadley Street along Old Paarl Road to the May 2019 Subcouncil meeting.

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: GARTH ELLIOT/ SEAN GLASS


5. REPORT ON THE FLOODING EVENTS IN UITSIG, CRAVENBY AND RAVENSMEAD INCLUDING SHORT AND MEDIUM TERM REHABILITATION AND FLOODING MITIGATION MEASURES AS WELL THE STATUS OF PUBLIC LIABILITY

Ms N Hermanus said that Mr A Lee of the Water and Sanitation Department will
do a presentation on their Master Plan on 18 February 2019 at 14:00 after the
Subcouncil meeting. The gulley and Ad-Hoc cleaning programmes received from
Ms J Du Preez of TDA was sent to all Councillors for noting.

RESOLVED

That Mr A Lee do a presentation on the Department’s Master Plan on
18 February 2019 at 14:00 after the Subcouncil meeting.

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN







6. MOTION REGARDING THE SAFETY AT THE INTERSECTION OF MIDMAR AND LA BELLE ROADS, BLLVILLE – WARD 3 BY COUNCILLOR BRENDAN VAN DER MERWE

Ms N Hermanus said that Mr S Glass advised that TDA does not have sufficient internal funds to proceed with the project nor do they have development contributions that could fund the project. The budget of TDA for the next financial year has increased from R4m to R6m and the department will attempt to implement the project from this increased budget.

Cllr B van der Merwe requested that Mr S Glass advise the Subcouncil per email
when the traffic signal was approved as well as a commitment from TDA that
the department will fund and implement the project in the next financial year.

RESOLVED

That Mr S Glass advise the Subcouncil when the traffic signal was
approved as well as a commitment from TDA that they will fund and
implement the project in the next financial year.

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: SEAN GLASS


7. PRESENTATION – GTP BY WARREN HEWITT

Cllr J Visser requested that the item be removed from the Matters Receiving
Attention.

RESOLVED

That the item be closed and removed from the Matters Receiving Attention.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN


8. C3 NOTIFICATIONS

Ms N Hermanus said that this item will be discussed at the March 2019
Subcouncil Activity Day.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN









9. PROGRESSIVE CAPITAL EXPENDITURE REPORT

Ms A Benskin if Recreation and Parks reported that Elizabeth Park was handed
over to Recreation and Parks and the project is not 100% completed. There is
currently more sewerage water in the river than clean rain water. Ms Benskin said the fencing along Slaney building is damaged and the remainder of the lawn will be planted closer to the rainy season. She said six (6) security guards were appointed to monitor and do visible patrolling at Elizabeth Park which comprises of two (2) patrolling during the day and four (4) at night.

Cllr M Kleinsmith requested that the Subcouncil arrange a site inspection at
Elizabeth Park.

RESOLVED

That the Subcouncil arranges a site inspection at Elizabeth Park.

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN


10. OVERVIEW OF MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT AS WELL AS AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CONDITION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT FACILITIES IN AREA CENTRAL (3): SUBCOUNCILS 4, 5, 6, 11, 14 AND 17

Ms N Hermanus said Ms P Tshangana did a presentation to all the Councillors on the Maintenance, Management and Scope of Works of the Bellville Public Transport Interchange (PTI) Upgrade.

The meeting agreed that the matter be closed and removed from the Matters
Receiving Attention (MRA)

RESOLVED

That the item be closed and removed from the Matters Receiving Attention.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN
FOR INFORMATION: RUPERT GROENEWALD


11. MOTION OF EXINGENCY: ERF 6291 BELLVILLE AND PORTION OF REMAINDER OF ERF 6139 BELLVILLE, NOORD STREET CHRISMAR, BELLVILLE – BY COUNCILLOR BRENDAN VAN DER MERWE

Ms N Hermanus said Mr S Nhiwatiwa of Property advised the Subcouncil that the report on Erf 6291 Bellville and Portion of Remainder of Erf 6139 Bellville, Noord Street Chrismar, Bellville was compiled and it is currently in circulation for signature.

The report will be submitted to the March 2019 Subcouncil meeting.




RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: RUDY GELDERBLOEM/ SHELTON NHIWATIWA


12. TDA REPORT SUBCOUNCIL 6 – emanating from item 06SUB07/09/2018 – MOTION REGARDING THE SAFETY AT THE INTERSECTION OF MIDMAR AND LA BELLE ROADS, BELLVILLE – WARD 3 BY COUNCILLOR BRENDAN VAN DER MERWE

Ms N Hermanus said that the TDA Report Subcouncil 6 is still outstanding.

The chairperson undertook to follow-up on the outstanding report from TDA.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That the chairperson follow-up on the outstanding TDA Report to Subcouncil 6.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN


13. LONG DISTANCE BUSSES AT MABLE STREET – Emanating from item 06SUB/07/09/2018 – MOTION REGARDING THE SAFETY AT THE INTERSECTION OF MIDMAR AND LA BELLE ROADS, BELLVILLE – WARD 3 BY COUNCILLOR BRENDAN VAN DER MERWE

Mr T Meisenheimer gave feedback on this matter and said the renewal of the lease agreement at the bus terminus is currently in process. The application for rezoning from Limited Use to Transport Zone (TR2) in respect of erf 21594, Bellville was approved and that Ms J Du Preez of TDA was tasked to provide no-parking signs and lines at the cul-de-sac at Mabel Street.

Mr A Schronen of Traffic Services was tasked to do regular enforcement in the area once Ms J Du Preez has provided the no-parking signs and lines at the cul-de-sac at Mabel Street.

Cllr B van der Merwe requested that the Land Use Management Department
provide confirmation on the current zoning of the property.

RESOLVED

That the item remains on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

That the Land Use Management Department provide confirmation on the current
zoning of the property.

ACTION: PAT JANSEN/ GERDA DU PLESSIS




14. MRA – BACKYARDER SURVEY REPORT – emanating from PCER as at October 2018

Ms S Groenewald said the backyarder survey process started three (3) years ago. The department is still in the process on verifying and cleaning-up the statistics.

Mr R Marinus advised that the backyarder programme is only rolled out to City Rental Stock units. The survey excluded the City Rental stock units that will be handed over to owners.

Cllr J Visser said seventy-five (75) standpipes were installed in the streets in Ravensmead for backyarders but no maintenance are provided or planned for the standpipes. According to the line department they do not have the necessary
equipment to repair the old standpipes. Cllr J Visser informed the meeting that the department suggested that they park a water tanker at her office in order for the affected residents to collect water but this never transpired.

Cllr W Jaftha said the backyarder survey was done and no feedback was provided nor any actions taken. Cllr W Jaftha requested that a meeting be arranged between all role-players in order to resolve all the concerns with the backyarders programme.

Ms S Groenewald undertook to follow-up with the Director: Home Ownership Transfer, Tenancy Management and Staff Housing (HOTTS) and Director: Assets and Facilities to determine who the responsible department or official is that is currently handling the tags for the standpipes and how much will be charged to replace the tags.

Ms S Groenewald to provide feedback to the March 2019 Subcouncil meeting.

RESOLVED

That a meeting be arranged between all role-players in order to resolve all the concerns with the backyarder programme.

That Ms S Groenewald follow-up with the Director: Home Ownership Transfer, Tenancy Management and Staff Housing (HOTTS) and Director: Assets and Facilities to determine who the responsible department or official is that is currently handling the tags for the standpipes and how much will be charged to replace the tags and provide feedback to the March 2019 Subcouncil meeting.

That the items remain on the Matters Receiving Attention until resolved.

ACTION: SUSAN GROENEWALD/ RANDALL MARINUS

















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