POTHOLES AND OTHER MUNICIPAL ISSUES – WHAT TO DO?
It is essential to report problems with Muncipal infrastructure correctly to ensure that they are addressed.
Your first port of call is the Call Centre on 042 200 2200 or the Link App which you can download on your phone and select Ward 12 for logging problems or sevice requests.
If the issues are not attended to within a reasonable timeframe, please contact our office (042 294 0594 / firstname.lastname@example.org) with the details so that we can escalate the matter and monitor progress.
SEA VISTA TO ST FRANCIS Bay CBD PEDESTRIAN PATHWAY – NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
This project has been funded by the Kouga Wind Farm Community Development Trust and project managed by the St Francis Property Owners. All relevant contracts for this project have been awarded and construction of the pedestrian pathway to provide a safe and direct route for our Sea Vista residents between Sea Vista and the St Francis Bay CBD is well underway. The concrete pathway will be lit up at night and protected by CCTV camera surveillance. The servitude in which the pathway is being constructed will be landscaped, and once completed it will be maintained by the Kouga Municipality.
The project is also providing valuable experiential traning for our appointed Technical Assistant, Lesedi Marota who is working towards his National Diploma in Civil Engineering at NMU and employment for many local workers.
A total of 25 beautifully hand crafted mosaics have been created by the Ocean Smile team of volunteers, expertly trained and mentored by Burcu Cunneen and Pippa Smith. These mosaics were inspired by artworks submitted by our local school children depicting what they thought best reflected their culture and their environment. The mosaics are to be inlaid into the concrete pathway at intervals for the enjoyment of all who walk along it.
GEORGE ROAD CAR PARK
The reconstruction and paving of the George Road Car Park is underway. This project aimed at restoring the access to the popular Hobie Beach has been funded by residents of George Road and project managed by the St Francis Property Owners. Liege and George roads leading to the car park were recently slurried by the Municipality. Proper provision has been made for an emergency vehicle access to the beach at this point.
The Final Scoping Report has been submitted by CES to DEDEAT on 25 September 2019. We would like to thank everybody that read and commented on the Draft Scoping Report for their valuable contributions. We are now in DEDEAT’s 43 days review period and their decision is expected by 7 November 2019.
After acceptance of the Scoping Report by DEDEAT the actual environmental assessment will be undertaken and the Draft Environmental Impact Assessment Report and Environmental Management Programme will be prepared by CES. These reports will be made available for Public Review before finalisation and submission to DEDEAT for their consideration.