Subcouncil resolution details
Agenda item no
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Acting Subcouncil Manager & staff
Members of the Public
Members of the Media
Good morning, Goeie Môre, Molweni
A warm welcome to all of you attending this morning’s meeting. I hope we will have a good and fruitful meeting.
Yesterday at our Subcouncil Activity Day, we had presentations and discussions on the City of Cape Town’s Planning By-Law, which related to House Shops.
We also had a presentation on the Spatial Development Framework-process, which will commence on 1 November 2019. The purpose of this Framework is to help set development priorities for their local areas. This presentation will again be presented and discussed at our next Subcouncil Activity Day scheduled for 19 November 2019.
Currently our Ward Allocations as at 11 October 2019 stands at 38,3% Spend and Committed. It is still early in the 2019/2020 financial year, but I want to remind every person who are involved in spending the Ward Allocations, that Subcouncil 21 has an outstanding record of excellent spending of Ward Allocations – let’s please keep it there.
BUDGET: 2020/2021 – FINANCIAL YEAR
Ward Councillors are currently busy with the finalisation of their proposals for the Ward Allocations for the 2020/2021 financial year. An amount of R1 million is available per ward.
The implementation of the MURP Projects will start soon. Meetings to discuss this projects and to establish Area Coordinating Teams will also take place shortly
KUILSRIVER RUGBY CLUB
I want to congratulate the Kuilsriver Rugby Club, who was crowned as winners in this year’s Super League B-competition of WP Rugby. You really made the Community of Kuilsriver proud in winning this trophy!
Next year, the Club will compete in the Super League A competition and play against the likes of False Bay, Ikeys, Maties and Tygerberg.
All of the very best for your preparations for 2020.
DON’T DUMP – IT WILL COST YOU
The City of Cape Town’s Anti-Littering and Dumping Task Team will go out in full force to bring those who dump to book.
If found to be on the wrong side of the law, repeat offenders could have their vehicles forfeited and/or receive fines and impoundment fees up to R22 400-00. The dumping of rubble and other waste is strictly prohibited.
I want to thank everybody for their role in taking Subcouncil 21 to the next level. Service-delivery and helping communities are two of our top priorities.
Let’s be positive every day and let us help each other to make progress possible Together.
I thank you.