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Subcouncil resolution details

Subcouncil 11

Agenda item no

11SUB 25/6/2020 SM

Subject

PRIORITIES FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBCOUNCIL MEETINGS

Meeting date

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Resolution

Approved

Date closed

Monday, July 13, 2020

Resolution details

PRIORITIES FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBCOUNCIL MEETINGS
 
 
The Subcouncil Manager reported that a memorandum dated 15 June 2020 from the office of the MAYCO Member for Urban Management was circulated to all councillors with a request that the document be considered as a late item at the Special Subcouncil meeting today. The document requires the Subcouncils to prioritise the following issues.
The Subcouncils will meet monthly as the oversight mechanism through ACT’s (Action Co-ordinating Team) and chaired by the Subcouncil Chairperson to address any concerns and reports from the CBT’s raised during the month.  The Subcouncil Manager to attend the oversight meeting and present the report.  The Subcouncil Chairpersons were furher requested to make sure that Safety Cabinet and Safety plans are a standing item in ACT meetings.
Identification of projects should be realistic and be implementable taking into account the challenge with COVID-19 and a project plan should accompany each identified project.  There is an agreement with the Mayor and the MAYCO member for Urban Management that Subcouncils be allowed to use future allocations and budgets for continued provision of humanitarian relief in the form of the food relief programme.
Subcouncils should keep an eye on general service delivery within the Subcouncil areas and attend to all emergency service delivery issues within the quickest time possible.
 
RESOLVED
The members of the Subcouncil accepted the content of the document and emphasised the importance of taking into consideration the realities of COVID-19.  The councillors mentioned that they will utilise the existing structure of ward committee members and include additional members such as co-ordinators of walking bus program, Women for Change, Safety workers, active NGO’s within wards as the CBT structure in various wards within the sub council.   The members of the Subcouncil further requested that the following projects from Subcouncil ward allocation budget for financial year 2020/2021 be re-allocated to the humanitarian Relief programme and other priority projects in the various wards within the Sub council as follows
 
Ward Project Description Current Budget
2020-2021
Proposed Project Proposed Budget re-allocation
40 Capacity Building 100 000 Food Relief Programme 100 000
40 Sport Carnival 150 000 Food Relief Programme 150 000
40 Substance Abuse  50 000 Food Relief Programme   50 000
40 Life Skills Dev Program 100 000 Food Relief Programme 100 000
40 Heritage Event 100 000 Food Relief Programme 100 000
44 Capacity Building 200 000 Purchase of Gym Equipment 200 000
44 Youth Skills Dev Programme   30 000 Purchase of Gym Equipment 30 000
44 Women for Change 100 000 Food Relief Programme 100 000
44 Substance Abuse Awareness Programme   40 000 Food Relief Programme   40 000
44 Strengthening Families  Programme   50 000 Purchase of Gym Equipment   50 000
46 Capacity Building 100 000 Food Relief Programme 100 000
 
46 Sport Carnival   70 000 NBHW Equipment   70 000
 
 
47 Youth Entrepreneur Programme 250 000 Food Relief Programme 250 000
 
 
47 Multi-activity Market 200 000 Establishment of Radio Station 200 000
47 Hanover Park Civic – Sport & Rec Equipment   35 000 Establishment of Radio Station   35 000
47 Agriculture and Fam Project 200 000 Establishment of Radio Station 200 000
         
 
 
 
Action: K Nombakuse

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