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Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil 4

Agenda item no

04SUB 5/2/2019

Subject

MATTERS RECEIVING ATTENTION

Meeting date

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Resolution

Not available

Date closed

Not available

Resolution details


04SUB6/8/2018 UPGRADES OF ROADS WITHIN WARD 30

A Walk About with the Mayco member has been scheduled for 28 February 2019.

04SUB30/8/2018 FLOODS IN UITSIG AND RAVENSMEAD

The Director: UM informed the meeting that legal action may be instituted against the City of Cape Town and therefor this matter may have legal implications. He advised that this matter be referred to the Insurance Department.

The Subcouncil Manager reported that a presentation will be conducted elucidating on the short- and medium term interventions to prevent re-occurrence of damages of this nature.

04SUB6/10/2018 SERVICE REQUESTS FOR SEPTEMBER 2018

The Subcouncil Manager reported that it was requested that the Acting Director attend the meeting, yet he was not in attendance. She also said an official of Customer Relations Management will conduct a presentation on the logging/recording of CRU complaints.

04SUB7/1/2019 LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES: QUARTERLY ACTIVITY REPORT FOR THE PERIOD 1 JULY 2018 TO 30 SEPTEMBER 2018

The Director: UM read the following response received in respect of the request for a fully equipped library within the boundaries of Ward 25:

“In a meeting held with the Director: LIS on 15 February 2019 it was reported that the Department is unable to provide any additional library services to the community in question over and above what is already delivered by our existing libraries.

It is becoming increasingly impossible to maintain our current service with the existing resources and the Department cannot accommodate requests for mobile services and satellite libraries at this stage.

However, as part of the departmental outreach programmes, the department is willing to provide a programme (in the form of storytelling session, reading programme, etc), to the Eureka Estate community, subject to the following conditions:

• The facility in Eureka Estate is managed and maintained by a person/persons suitably nominated by the Subcouncil
• The facility is locked and unlocked by this person
• (A) Security guard(s) is/are in place to ensure the safety of library staff
• The nominated person acts as liaison between the community and the library staff to ensure the programme activity can proceed, or take place
• The library programme or activity can only take place, provided that there are sufficient staff and transport available and the necessary equipment and any other resources required to deliver the programme/activity is available.”

The Director: UM advised that this request be listed as an IDP project and proper public participation processes need to be followed. He also said that a request can be forwarded to the Area Manager: Library Services to provide a satellite library service.

Cllr Van Reenen responded that a request for a library has been submitted as an IDP project, yet it was never prioritized and reiterated that the community of Ward 25 is in dire need of a library.

Cllr Esau shared the sentiments of Cllr Van Reenen and added that the community of The Range does not have a library in close proximity and therefore children of the area are unable to read or write.

The Chairperson said a meeting will be set up with the Mayoral Committee member: Community Services to discuss this matter.

04SUB9/1/2019 PROGRESSIVE CAPITAL EXPENDITURE: DECEMBER 2018 – CPX.0002700 VALHALLA PARK INTEGRATED HOUSING PROJECT

The Chairperson reported that an undertaking was given by the Western Cape Government to clear the bush, that never materialised. He requested that definite timeframes be requested from Western Cape Government in terms of when the bush will be cleared.

Cllr Esau said the community of Valhalla Park was promised that the bush will be cleared before Christmas 2018, yet instead the bush expanded more.

04SUB10/1/2019 APPLICATION FOR A BUSINESS LICENCE FOR HEALTH AND ENTERTAINMENT ELECTRONIC OR MECHANICAL PLAYING DEVICES: BUSINESS PREMISES WITH THREE OR MORE ELECTRONIC MACHINES: ERF 7410, 3 BEDFORD STREET, PAROW 7500, TRADING AS HELEN’S PUB 459281

It was agreed that this matter be removed from the MRA.


RESOLVED

a) That the Matters Receiving Attention BE NOTED.
b) Timeframes BE PROVIDED by the Western Cape Government for the clearance of the bush.

Action: A Van Niekerk

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