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Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil 24

Agenda item no

24SUB 5/6/2020 SM

Subject

MATTERS RECEIVING ATTENTION

Meeting date

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Resolution

Not available

Date closed

Not available

Resolution details

Motion No. 1, Item 24SUB 49/11/17

Remedial Engineering Measures Ward 84 – Haumann Street

• Goodman Rorwana reported that the memo was received from Solomzi Mdlangaso of Transport Department and the recommendations was that no traffic calming measures is supported along Haumann Street. The item was not tabled further as Ald Pringle was not online via Skype to give input.
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RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 2, Item 24SUB 08/03/18

Progress Report: C3 Notifications

Housing office

• Cllr Isaacs reported that there are no approved plans for the building and gave updated progress thus far. He stated that the roof is on and that it need ceilings, electrical and computer wiring. His concern is that the building has no approved plans and that the building could have been operational way before lockdown but because some officials are delaying this project. He said that he won’t be using the Old Civic Centre anymore because it is a risk and it is easily accessible for the community to enter and that you won’t be able to apply the social distancing which is instituted by law. He said the Housing office can also make some of the offices available for occupation in the interim because at the Old Civic Centre there is no infrastructure. The only difference is the Housing office is more secure and not easily accessible but can be utilized in the same manner as the Old Civic Centre with no infrastructure.

• The acting Chairperson suggested that a meeting be arranged with the relevant officials to find out what the progress is thus far.

RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil arrange a Skype meeting with the relevant officials of Facilities Management, Goodman Rorwana and Cllr Victor Isaacs in order to establish what the delay is in the progress of the project.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 3 Item 24SUB 18/03/18

Motion received from Ald Stuart Pringle that the City of Cape Town provide a report to this Subcouncil on the request for the fencing off and locking of Stormhaven Park in order to establish a leash free park for dogs

• Goodman Rorwana reported that they were told by the MURP Department that the fencing off of Stormhaven Park will be implemented in the new financial year i.e. 1 July 2020.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 4, Item 24SUB 22/03/18

Motion received from Ald Stuart Pringle that the City of Cape Town request a report from Metro Rail regarding the future of people living in the Bloekombos Informal Settlement along the railway line Sir Lowry’s Pass

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 5, Item 24SUB 24/03/18

Motion received from Cllr Danile Khatshwa regarding the vandalized white prefab structure to be utilized by the Senior Citizens Club

• Goodman Rorwana reported that the latest feedback received was that the Subcouncil need to engage with the Line Department as they were identified to take ownership of these facilities and presently this is a huge challenge and this includes the Kuyasa Library as well. The Line Department do not have operational budget to maintain these facilities and even though there is a list with the relevant department next to it yet some of these departments are not aware or informed that they should take care of these buildings. He says that this is still a daunting task and that he would take up the matter with his Area Director.

• Cllr Ntsodo agrees with Goodman Rorwana and indicated what need to happen is that the relevant officials must be in meeting with the Area Director and that he would want to also form part of the same meeting.

• Goodman Rorwana responded that the list only indicates the department and not the name next to it and hence he wants to take it up with his Director to identify the relevant officials.

• The acting Chairperson suggested that the Director of Area East gets hold of the Directors of each Department and discuss it with them to identify who the responsible officials are so that they can form part of the meeting.

RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil arrange a meeting with the Area East Director, Cllr Ntsodo and the relevant officials who will be identified to form part of the meeting.
• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 6, Item 24SUB 25/03/18

Motion received from Cllr Danile Khatshwa that the Subcouncil engage with the Transport Development Authority Department (TDA) to investigate the possibility of erecting traffic lights at the four-way intersection between Baden Powell & Japhta K Masemola

• Goodman Rorwana reported that the Transport Department has recommended a roundabout because the cost of traffic lights was too high but will make a follow-up with Solomzi Mdlangaso regarding the outcome of the TSM.

• Cllr Isaacs stated that a roundabout has been included at the four-way intersection between Baden Powell Drive & JK Masemola Road as an additional in the housing project that will be implemented in Macassar.

• Cllr Khatshwa welcomed the feedback and that a roundabout has been recommended as the traffic is unbearable at the above intersection.

RESOLVED

• The Subcouncil and Cllr Khatshwa will follow-up with Solomzi Mdlangaso about the progress made thus far on the proposal that was made before the TSM.

• That Cllr Isaacs provide the Subcouncil with the information about the roundabout that will be included in the housing project taking place in Macassar.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 7, Item 24SUB 30/03/18

Motion received from Cllr Danile Khatshwa that the Subcouncil engage with the Electricity Department and Eskom to investigate the possibilities of electrifying the households at LR Informal Settlement

• Goodman Rorwana reported that the survey that was supposed to be done by Tania Coenraad whether it is completed and if so did they forward the list to the Electricity Department. According to what was discussed they would have started in the new financial year with the infills.

• Cllr Khatshwa agrees with the Manager as the project was on hold due to Covid-19.

RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil follow-up with Tania Coenraad of Informal Settlements to find out whether the survey that was done, has it been completed.
• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 8, Item 24SUB 15/05/2018

Motion Received from Councillor Victor Isaacs that Subcouncil 24 Engage for Implementation with Informal Settlement’s Department to Provide Services On Erf 6564 Cnr Magdaline Gila & Dorothea Esau Streets, Macassar

• Cllr Isaacs reported that due to the lockdown no engagement took place with the community of Nyakathisa Informal Settlement and have to wait on Cllr Malusi Booi for any further engagements on this matter.
RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 9, Item 24SUB 13/06/2018

Motion received from Cllr Gregory Peck that the Subcouncil approach the Recreation & Parks Department to investigating the establishing of a laterite path for runners, walkers and for the soccer field in the areas between Paardevlei, Helderzicht, Victoria Park and Lourencia Park

• Cllr Peck reported that the project has been delayed due to Covid-19 and the funds of R50 000 will be rolled-over to the new financial year.
RESOLVED
• Cllr Peck will follow-up with Joann Bleker as to what progress has been made on the project.
• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 10, Item 24SUB 56/08/2018

Urgent motion received from Cllr Gregory Peck that the Subcouncil approach the Recreation & Parks Department for their approval to erect a community centre on erf 130, Firgrove

• Cllr Peck reported that the community is trying to negotiate with Sitari to buy piece of land from the City of Cape Town and he has informed them that it has to go out on tender or that they could come to some sort of an arrangement with the City. The community has not received any confirmation from Sitari Development and that he will follow-up in the next two months.
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RESOLVED

• Cllr Peck will follow-up on this matter in the next two months.
• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 11, Item 24SUB 19/09/2018

Motion received from Councillor Danile Khatshwa that the Subcouncil engage with the City of Cape Town: Area Based Directorate to investigate the possible completion of the container structures that were erected at the term of 2006 To 2011

• Goodman Rorwana reported that this is same as item 24SUB 24/03/18 where there are departments identified but with no responsible officials to take the matter forward. He will take it up with the Area East Director to identify the responsible officials for these facilities.

• Cllr Ntsodo responded that to have a meeting with the Department and deal with the problem once and for all.

RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil arrange a meeting with the Area East Director, Cllr Ntsodo and the relevant officials who will be identified to form part of the meeting.
• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 12, Item 24SUB 21/09/2018

Motion received from Cllr Danile Khatshwa that the Subcouncil engage with Recreation & Parks Department and any other relevant Department to develop the Makhaza Sport field

• Goodman Rorwana reported that the Makhaza Sportsfield is being developed at the present moment. The contractor is on site to provide quotations on a five-a-side pitch. Rubbing matting has been installed on the netball pitch. He suggested that the Cllr should consider to remove the motion as developing is taking place.

• Cllr Khatshwa responded that whether the 5-a-side pitch will form part of this development as he has a different view. Will there be enough space to build a 5-a-side pitch as they need to consider the new clinic that will be built. He wants to have a meeting with the officials to consider having the 5-a-side pitch built in front of Desmond Tutu Hall the same as Solomon Mahlangu Hall as it will be fenced off. He requested that the motion should remain on the MRA’s until the project is completed.

• Goodman Rorwana responded that the plans presented at the meeting it showed that there is a space for the clinic and the 5-a-side pitch and everything is incorporated in the plans for the sportsfield. To have the 5-a-side pitch in front of Desmond Tutu Hall does not form part of this plan but if the Cllr’s want to have the said pitch he will need to speak to the Recreation & Parks Department about it.

• Cllr Khatshwa requested that a meeting be arranged with the Department to sort out the location of the 5-a-side pitch.

RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil arrange a meeting with Recreation & Parks Department to further engage regarding the 5-a-side pitch be built in front of Desmond Tutu Hall.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 13, Item 24SUB 13/10/2018

Motion received from Councillor Gregory Peck that the Subcouncil approach the Transport Development Authority Department to investigate the development of 4 rows of parking bays on the area known as the Rose Garden, Somerset West

• Goodman Rorwana reported that they had a meeting and it was agreed to beautify the Rose Garden and that a follow-up need to be done on what progress has been made.

• Cllr Peck responded that the Recreation & Parks Department were supposed to submit plans to the Subcouncil in March 2020 but because of Covid-19 it has been placed on hold.

RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil follow-up with Mr Mbusi of Recreation & Parks whether the plans have been completed and when will the project be implemented.
• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 14 Item 24SUB 18/11/2018

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle & Cllr Gregory Peck that the City of Cape Town Provide a report to Subcouncil 24 on the process of establishing a safe space in Somerset West for people living on the Streets

• Cllr Peck reported that the safe space identified was the Eagle Bar in the Strand and no further feedback has been received.

• Goodman Rorwana responded whether to remove this motion as no safe spaces was identified for the Somerset West area only in the Strand and if he needs to follow-up with Department as to what progress has been made in establishing safe spaces in Somerset West.

• Cllr Peck responded that the motion need to remain on the MRA’s as the Somerset West Night Shelter is too small to accommodate the ever growing street people in Somerset West and to keep the pressure on the Department to establish another safe space in Somerset West area.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 15, Item 24SUB 19/11/2018

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the City of Cape Town provide a report to Subcouncil 24 on the progress regarding the installation of hardened surfaces in Chris Nissen Park

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• The Subcouncil will follow-up again with Roauwhen Thomas of Transport Department as to the progress made thus far.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 16, Item 24SUB 21/11/2018

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the City of Cape Town provide a report to Subcouncil 24 on the Parks and Recreational spaces at the Garden Village Community Hall

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 17, Item 24SUB 22/11/2018

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the City of Cape Town provide a report to Subcouncil 24 on the progress made on the re-blocking of Rasta Kamp together with all the Informal Settlements in Sir Lowry’s Pass to enable easier access for emergency vehicles and to mitigate the spread of fires

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 18, Item 24SUB 23/11/2018

Motion Received from Alderman Stuart Pringle That the City of Cape Town provide a report to Subcouncil 24 on the progress regarding the transfer of the public open spaces in Chris Nissen Park to the City of Cape Town

• The item was not tabled.
RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 19, Item 24SUB 15/02/2019

Motion received from Cllr Gregory Peck that the Subcouncil approach the Public Participation Department to investigate for the erection of signboards in the Somerset West area to inform the community of public meetings

• Goodman Rorwana reported that he sent all the pictures to all the Facility Managers but that funding is needed for this project. He also suggested whether Cllrs can’t set aside funding from their Ward Allocation budget then the Subcouncil will be able to execute the project.
• Goodman Rorwana further suggested whether the Ward Allocation savings from the 19/20 budget can be used to erect the signboards.
RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 20, Item 24SUB 16/02/2019

Motion received from Cllr Gregory Peck that the Subcouncil approach the Safety & Security Department to investigate the relocation of the City of Cape Town Neighbourhood Watch radio to a control room that is manned 24/7 to allow Neighbourhood Watches to have access to the radio system

• Goodman Rorwana reported the last feedback received was that they were still busy with renovations before they could fully occupy the building.

RESOLVED

• That a follow-up be made with Samuel Simons of Law Enforcement regarding the progress made with the repairs of the building and when will the radio be installed.
• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 21, Item 24SUB 20/02/2019

Motion received from Cllr Gregory Peck that the Subcouncil approach the Transport Department to investigate the possibility of completing the curb stones between Old Stellenbosch Road and Scholtz Road and to close off the dirt road leading to Hospice and move the stop street higher up towards Old Stellenbosch Road

• Goodman Rorwana reported that he need to make a follow-up with Lunati Mfubesi to find out if the plans were approved.

• Cllr Peck responded that he has seen the plans and it was approved. The plans are extensive and did not expect that they were going to do so much. It will be much more expensive than what he envisaged but the Department is happy and they do have the funding and that implementing the project could not start fairly soon.

RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil follow-up with Roauwhen Thomas regarding the plans and when will the project be implemented.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 22, Item 24SUB 17/03/2019

Motion received from Cllr Victor Isaacs that the Subcouncil engage with Recreation & Parks to remove spray lights from the old sport field in Kramat Way and be installed on the new sport facility in Albatross Street, Macassar

• Cllr Isaacs responded seeing that the spray lights won’t be removed then the item can be removed from the MRA’s as Rafiek Khan communicated to him during lockdown that the Recreation & Parks Department has funding to install a spray light on the new sports facility in Albatross Street, Macassar.
RESOLVED

• That the item be REMOVED from the MRA’s as the Recreation & Parks Department has funding to install a spray light on the new sports facility in Albatross Street, Macassar.
Motion No. 23, Item 24SUB 20/03/2019

Motion Received from Cllr Victor Isaacs that the Subcouncil Engage with Human Settlements Department to do a survey on all vacant serviced plots in Macassar and should be implemented into a PHP Project.

• Cllr Isaacs reported that he received an email requesting comments from Line Departments on the disposal of these ervens and requested that Subcouncil should write to the Department that they to stop the process because they could not attend to this motion and all of sudden they want to dispose of the land. He said the community of Macassar is not going to take this very lightly because this land was earmarked for housing of which is still there for housing and is now being disposed to people that is not on the beneficiary list. He recommended that they can give this land to people who are on the beneficiary list and get their subsidies so that they can build their own house.
RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil write to the Department about the disposal of the erven requesting them to put the process on hold pending an urgent response to the request by Cllr Isaacs regarding the survey on all vacant serviced plots.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 24, Item 24SUB 22/03/2019

Motion Received from Cllr Victor Isaacs that the Subcouncil engage with MURP and Recreation & Parks to build a proper stand on the Macassar Sports Facility in Albatross Street, Macassar

Cllr Isaacs has set aside R150 000 from his ward allocation for the 20/21 financial year and the Recreation & Parks Department will seek additional funding towards the building of a proper stand on the Macassar Sports Facility.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 25, Item 24SUB 29/06/2019

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the City of Cape Town investigate the creation/formulization of alternative access and exit routes from Sir Lowry’s Pass Village and surrounding farms and residential complexes in cases where the Sir Lowry’s Pass Road and Old Sir Lowry’s Pass Roads are impassable

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• Subcouncil need to arrange a meeting with Disaster Risk Management and Roads & Stormwater to discuss the evacuation plan and to send them the email from Mr Bill Jones.

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 26, Item 24SUB 15/08/2019

Motion received from Councillor Gregory Peck to approach the Transport Department to investigate widening portion of Lobilia Road from the traffic circle Waterstone/Schonenberg to Main Road to three lanes

• Cllr Peck stated that this is becoming critical as congestion is very bad and that the road needs to be widen.

RESOLVED
• Subcouncil will follow-up with Solomzi Mdlangaso as to how far the progress is with the tender to appoint the consultants to do the technical assessment.

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 27, Item 24SUB 17/08/2019

Motion received from Councillor Gregory Peck to approach the Recreation & Parks Department to allow the residents who live around and near Riesling Park to build a cycle track similar to the one on Dummer Road Park

• Cllr Peck reported that he has set aside ward allocation funding in 20/21 financial year to building the cycle track. This needs to be kept on the MRA list and need to know whether the agreement between Parks and the Wannabees Cycling has been concluded.

RESOLVED

• That the Subcouncil follow-up with Mr Mbusi of Recreation & Parks Department with the progress made thus far.

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 28, Item 24SUB 41/09/2019

Motion received from Ald Stuart Pringle that the Subcouncil engage with the Water and Sanitation Department to investigate and report back on what steps the City proposes to deal with the regular sewerage overflows in Sir Lowry’s Pass

• The item was not tabled.
RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 29, Item 24SUB 17/10/2019

Motion received from Cllr Gregory Peck that the Subcouncil approach the Manager of Transport Department to investigate the establishing of two taxi embayment’s on Irene Avenue and Old Stellenbosch Roads, Somerset West

• Cllr Peck requested that follow-ups be done on the painting of the red lines and if the construction of the taxi embayment on Old Stellenbosch Road is on the budget for the next financial year.
RESOLVED

• Subcouncil to follow-up with Transport Department whether the red lines have indeed been painted.

• To follow-up with Melani Ohlson whether the construction of a taxi embayment for Old Stellenbosch Road is on the budget for the 20/21 financial year.

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.
Motion No. 30, Item 24SUB 17/11/2019

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the City provides an update regarding the proposals to better secure the area along the Lourens River particular to the possible enclosure of the culvert’s without detracting from their Stormwater capacity

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 31, Item 24SUB 18/11/2019

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the City provides an update regarding the proposals to better secure the area along the Lourens River by fencing off and to install gates along portions of the river at Main Road and Andries Pretorius Streets, Somerset West

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 32, Item 24SUB 19/11/2019

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the city provides an update regarding the proposals to divert the Lourens River under the full width of the Andries Pretorius Bridge
• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 33, Item 24SUB 20/11/2019

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the City provides an update regarding the removal of the island in the Lourens River south of Andries Pretorius Street Bridge

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 34, Item 24SUB 25/11/2019

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the Transport Department provides an update regarding the roll out plan of bicycle lanes in Ward 84

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 35, Item 24SUB 26/11/2019

Motion received from Ald Stuart Pringle that the Subcouncil engage with Solid Waste Department to provide detailed plans to tackle illegal dumping in Sir Lowry’s Pass Village at the entrance to Riemvasmaak

• The item was not tabled.
RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 36, Item 24SUB 27/11/2019

Motion received from Cllr Danile Khatshwa that Subcouncil 24 engage with Recreation & Parks Department to investigate the possibility of paving the precinct in front of Desmond Tutu Recreation Centre

• Goodman Rorwana reported that they had a meeting with the contractor on site. Cllr Khatshwa has also allocated additional funding of R200 000 to assist with putting in paving on the Desmond Tutu Precinct. As of 1 July 2020 the fencing, paving as well as the installation of the light will all be done and the relevant departments are sourcing quotations on this.
RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 37, Item 24SUB 29/11/2019

Motion received from Cllr Danile Khatshwa that Subcouncil 24 engage with Electricity Department to remove the high mast light at Japhta K. Masemola Road and be installed in front of Desmond Tutu Recreation Centre, Makhaza, Khayelitsha

• Goodman Rorwana reported that he has been in communication with the Electricity Department and they have indicated that they will not remove the highmast light as it was intended to light a specific area. They have assigned Justin Fransman as the Project Manager to execute the project and he need to liaise with Eskom to provide power supply to the light. Also the cost to remove the highmast light is very expensive.

• Cllr Khatshwa expressed his disappointment on how this whole process was handled and that he would like the light repaired as soon as possible because it is very dangerous due to criminal activities happening especially at night.

RESOLVED

• Subcouncil will follow-up with Justin Fransman to arrange a site meeting with Eskom.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 38, Item 24SUB 30/11/2019

Motion received from Cllr Danile Khatshwa that Subcouncil 24 engage with the relevant Department regarding the supply of Water & Sanitation at Makhaza Corridor Informal Traders, Khayelitsha

• Goodman Rorwana stated that they made follow-up with Racquel Barnard of Area Economic Development but that it slipped through the cracks and will provide feedback at a later stage.

RESOLVED

• Follow-up be made with the Racquel Barnard as to what the progress is thus far.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 39, Item 24SUB 32/11/2019

Motion received from Cllr Danile Khatshwa that Subcouncil 24 engage with the Human Settlements Department regarding a progress report on the Mahama Project

• Goodman Rorwana reported that the report is received and is on the agenda which is item 24SUB 22/06/2020 SM

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 40, Item 24SUB 70/11/2019

Motion received from Councillor Danile Khatshwa that Subcouncil 24 engage with City Health Department to investigate the three possible sites for the new proposed Matthew Goniwe Clinic at these portions of erven no’s 42776 Yanda Avenue, erf no. 59037 Cekeca Road and erf 41463 cnr Mpompoza Street & Nyanda Avenue

• Goodman Rorwana reported that the plans were presented at the Desmond Tutu Hall in the presence of the Cllr Khatshwa and he was very happy that Makhaza Sportsfield will accommodate the new Matthew Goniwe Clinic.

RESOLVED

• The Subcouncil will follow-up with Department as to what progress has been made.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 41, Item 24SUB 06/01/2020

Status of Informal Trading Plans in Subcouncil 24

• Goodman Rorwana reported that for Khayelitsha the AED department is looking at informal trading plans for 20/21 financial year.

• Cllr Peck stated that he does not want an informal trading plan for Ward 15 until 2022.

• Cllr Isaacs reported that there is a motion on the agenda, item 24SUB 29/06/2020 SM regarding the review of the informal trading plan in Macassar.

RESOLVED

• That the official, Raquel Barnard of AED responds to the motion.

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 42, Item 24SUB 15/01/2020

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the Subcouncil request a report from the City of Cape Town regarding the process in dealing with the painting of road markings, particularly bicycle lanes in Bizweni Avenue, Somerset West

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAIN on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 43, Item 24SUB 16/01/2020

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the Subcouncil request a report from the City of Cape Town regarding the process in dealing with the request for fencing of the public open space around the retention dam along Bizweni Avenue between Eagle Crescent and Main Road, Somerset West

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 44, Item 24SUB 17/01/2020

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the Subcouncil request a report from the City of Cape Town regarding the process in dealing with the request for pedestrian crossing over the Lourensford Road between Hendricks and Helderzicht Roads opposite Radloff Park, Somerset West

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 45, Item 24SUB 18/01/2020

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the Subcouncil request a report from the City of Cape Town regarding the process in dealing with the recommendation that TDA investigate the current positioning of stop signs in Bizweni Avenue, Somerset West

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 46, Item 24SUB 19/01/2020

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the Subcouncil request a report from the City of Cape Town regarding the process in dealing with the request for fencing of the public open space around the retention dam adjacent to Orange Street, Bridgewater, Somerset West

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

Motion No. 47, Item 24SUB 20/01/2020

Motion received from Alderman Stuart Pringle that the Subcouncil request a report from the City’s Law Enforcement and Health Departments regarding the progress in dealing with the keeping of livestock along the railway lline on Transnet Property in Sir Lowry’s Pass Village adjacent to Van Aarde Street and the High Riding residential complex, Somerset West

• The item was not tabled.

RESOLVED

• That the item REMAINS on the MRA’s.

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