NRPA Newsletter February 2017
NOTICE of NRPA AGM 2017
Date: Monday 27 March 2017
Time: 6.30pm – 8pm (registration starts at 6pm)
Venue: Monkey Valley, Tree Tops
No RSPV needed but you do need to have paid 2016 subs (R100) to be able to vote on the evening.
Please use your surname and erf number as reference
Proposed Houmoed Extention
The NRPA will be attending related focus group meetings and will keep you updated. In the meantime please click link below for more information.
Have a service delivery issue? Here’s how to resolve it.
Although Facebook posts are a useful way for our community to have conversations, there are more efficient and effective ways to get action when you have a service delivery issue.
Try these options first:
The City of Cape Town has Service Delivery and Complaints Centre
@CityofCT on Twitter
or phone 0860 103089
This electronic reporting system ensures that your contact is logged & a reference number will track progress.
You can also log complaints yourself at the below link:
Report issues to CoCT
Burst and leaking water mains, faulty and leaking water meters, blocked and overflowing sewers – SMS to 31373.
Electricity fault reporting, power outages; pre-paid meter queries can also be sent via SMS to 31220.
Emergency complaints should be directed to the Public Emergency Communications Centre (PECC) on:
- 107 (from a landline)
- 021 480 7700 from a cellphone or
- @pecc107 on Twitter.
They record and track all calls and will immediately mobilise the correct emergency service(s).
If you have tried these avenues without success then email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see if we can help direct you to someone who can help.
Contact your local neighbourhood watch – see link below. Please do report all crimes to our local police station (Fish Hoek – 021 782 6289) and to your neighbourhood watch.
PLANNING & LAND USE
Cell Tower Application (Dunedin) Update on Process:
The applicant has recently submitted his comments on the objections to the City. The City now needs to submit a report to the Municipal Planning Tribunal for consideration.
Generation Schools (Silvermine) – Update
Update on property corner Silvermine & Noordhoek Main Roads. Note this is the property sold on auction in 2016. See previous newsletters and our Website for the history. Also see the link below for a letter from Generation Schools.
A number of exciting 2030 related projects are gaining momentum. We will share these success stories at our AGM on Monday 27 March.
Please find attached the letter from Lutz van Dijk that appeared in the Cape Times last month asking for support for Masi High School. Any assistance that you may be able to provide would be much appreciated.
Masicorp (www.masicorp.org) is an NGO working with the residents of Masiphumelele to help improve the township way of life. Click the below link to view the latest Masicorp newsletter.
Alien Vegetation – The Stinkbean, by Glen Ashton
“one years seeding is ten years weeding”
Read this short info sheet about why you should be removing Stinkbeans from your property. Read how to identify them and how to remove them in an environmentally friendly way.
The Clack family’s permaculture project in Noordhoek is going well and they are selling pre-packed, tasty, organic green leaves.
email email@example.com for more info and to order.
Water – Please save.
See website below for official communication on level 3b restrictions which became effective 1 February 2017.
See you at the AGM on 27 March and please ensure you have paid your membership fees. Just because you are a city ratepayer does not mean you are automatically a member of The Noordhoek Ratepayers Association – you need to register ( click here to be taken to the registration page) and pay your membership fees.
NRPA Exco and support teams.