Subcouncil resolution details
Agenda item no
MATTERS RECEIVING ATTENTION
Thursday, February 21, 2019
The following items will be removed from the Matters Receiving Attention schedule as they have been dealt with:
Page 65, Item 03SUB 21/04/2018 – MOTION: CLEANING OF DIEP RIVER CANALS
Page 80, Item 03SUB 07/01/2019 – REPORT ON ACTIVITIES FOR TRAFFIC SERVICES FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 2018: SUBCOUNCIL 3
Page 81, Item 03SUB 10/01/2019 – SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTORATE: 2018/19 FIRST QUARTER’S PROGRESS REPORT ON CITY HEALTH PERFORMANCE: AREA 1 (WEST)
The following feedback were recorded for items:
Page 45, item 03SUB 10/03/2016 – IMPROVED TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AT THE INTERSECTION OF SILWERBOOM/OLIENHOUT, PLATTEKLOOF:
An updated report was requested from Nobesutho Nyati and Siphelele Mehlo from Transport.
Page 47, item 03SUB 21/02/2017 – MOTION TO SUBCOUNCIL 3 AT IT’S MEETING ON THE 16TH OF FEBRUARY 2017 TO CONSIDER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF POLES TO BE INSTALLED A THE INTERSECTION TO THE ENGEN GARAGE ON EDGEMEAD DRIVE, EDGEMEAD IN ORDER TO ASSIST IN CURBING UNLAWFUL U-TURNING DURING PEAK HOUR TRAFFIC:
The Subcouncil Manager was requested to arrange a meeting with officials from Transport, Traffic and with the owners of the Engen garage to discuss the way forward.
At This point Councillor McCarthy referred to the following three items on the MRA:
I. Page 52, item 03SUB 18/08/2017 – FEEDBACK ON MOTION - IDENTIFICATION OF LAND ON WHICH A SOCIAL NODE CAN BE BUILT: INCLUDING A COMMUNITY COURT HOLDING CELLS, COMMUNITY CENTER, SOCIAL WORK OFFICE AND POSSIBLY A POLICE STATION (WARD 107):
II. Page 63, item 03SUB20/04/2018 MOTION OF EXIGENCY: EMANATING FROM THE WARD COMMITTEE MEETING OF WARD 107’S MEETING ON 10 APRIL 2018 TO CONSIDER PROVIDING A SHELTER AND/OR A ‘SAFE SPACE’ IN THE WARD 107 AREA OR SURROUNDS
III. Page 68, item 03SUB 22/04/2018 MOTION: IDENTIFYING ADDITIONAL HOUSING LAND FOR JOE SLOVO PARK
Councillor McCarthy reported that on the 20th of February 2019 a meeting was held where the above 3 items were discussed. Councillor McCarthy said that two possible sites were identified for a safe space and for a social node. Councillor McCarthy said that Mr. Alistair Graham suggested that a single MURP be allocated to every Subcouncil in the City. Mr. Brand suggested that because of the social node, safe space and additional funding for Joe Slovo that Subcouncil 3 apply for a second MURP.
The Subcouncil Manager referred to a Safe Space Cost schedule that was compiled by Ms Lorraine Frost. A copy is attached to the minutes.
Page 54, item 03SUB 23/08/2017 MOTION WITH NOTICE FROM CLLR ANDREA CROUS – DISPOSAL OF THE BELLVILLE VELODROME AND BELLVILLE ATHLETIC STADIUM:
It was noted that an item will serve on the March 2019 Council meeting.
Page 58, item 03SUB 11/02/2018 STORMWATER QUALITY OF THE (NORTHERN) DIEP RIVER
Mr. Ed Albertyn reported on the following 6 projects:
1. Joe Slovo Stormwater Low Flow diversion to sewer:
The process was delayed with SCM advertising the RFQ’s due to Local Content discussions. The Mechanical RFQ has been advertised as well as evaluated and we expect SCM to process the award this week. The Electrical RFQ will follow shortly and was advertised by Friday last week.
2. Spills at the back of Killarney Race Track:
The raising of the manholes project at the back of Killarney Race Track and the Industrial Park is completed.
3. Upgrade of the sewer reticulation in Joe Slovo:
This project is completed.
4. Du Noon Sewer Diversion:
The design, tender documentation will be handled internally, final design and tender documentation 95% complete. The existing term tenders for W&S will be utilized. The proposed start date for construction is mid-April 19.
5. Montague Gardens Sewer:
Project status: Currently busy with the land acquisition process to register a servitude, we are awaiting feedback from the Property department. SCM have put a “brick wall” on the procurement process and will not be entertained in the 18/19 Financial Year.
SCM procurement process will hopefully start in the 19/20 Financial Year.
Page 60, item 03SUB 25/02/19 MOTION OF EXIGENCY: POTSDAM TAXI INTERCHANGE VACANT LAND
Councillor McCarthy reported that she requested that the item be submitted to caucus for further assistance.
Page 70, item 03SUB 09/06/2018 UPDATE ON A REVISED INFORMAL TRADING PLAN FOR SUBCOUNCIL 3
It was noted that the connection with GIS was established and the informal trading plans will be printed per ward and once available a meeting will be arranged with each Ward Councillor to discuss the plans. A public participation process will follow in due course and soon thereafter the plans will be promulgated.
Page 72, item 03SUB 24/09/2018 MOTION OF EXIGENCY: ROAD/TRAFFIC MARKINGS AND STREET NAME PAINTING
The Chairperson informed the Subcouncil that Mr Gilbert Titus indicated to her that a report regarding the testing of the paint will be submitted to the Subcouncil in due course.
Page 74 to page 79: items 03SUB 21/11/2018, 03SUB 22/11/2018 and 03SUB 23/11/2018 APPLICATION FOR BUISNESS LICENCES FOR HEALTH AND ENTERTAINMENT, CINEMA OR THEATRE, NIGHTCLUB OR DISCOTEQUE AND POOL, SNOOKER OR BILLIARD TABLES, CHARLES WAIN TRADING 111CC T/A PHOENIX TAVERN 111CC, ERF 25062, 8 FREEDOM PARK, MILKY WAY DRIVE, PHOENIX MILNERTON: WILLIAM ARTHUR FUTERAN
Mr Colin Abrahams (Health) reported that all the outstanding reports were received and a new report will be submitted to the Subcouncil in due course. It was noted that once the report is received the Chairperson, Ward Councillor and Subcouncil Manager will finalise the decision with delegated authority and report back to the Subcouncil at its meeting scheduled for the 15th of March 2019.
That the Subcouncil Manager be tasked with ensuring that the feedback recorded in respect of the Matters Receiving Attention Schedule be updated for March 2019.
ACTION: SUBCOUNCIL MANAGER
SECTION 24 DELEGATION 1(1)