A HAPPY, SUCCESSFUL, HEALTHY AND SAFE 2017 TO ALL OUR MEMBERS
Welcome New Members:
Welcome to you our new members!
Pierre Bekker and family
We wish you a happy relationship with ZBRRA and do not hesitate to call should you need any information or assistance.
Thanks are extended to both Richard Armstrong and Derek Tavendale for doing their bit after the season….. they were seen by yours truly, and others, picking up litter along the P403 and at the entrance to Zinkwazi.
Now THAT is what community spirit is all about!
We had another meeting early this year with Ilembe and we are told that once the Tugela pipeline is up and running, the boreholes will only be used in an emergency.
Over the Christmas season Ilembe supplied 4 tankers during the day on a two hour turnaround and three at night at the same turnaround time.
Hopefully once we have the Tugela pipeline we will not have to endure another disaster like the one in December.
Ilembe has changed their MO and you now have to go into the office and a book is filled in to take your details and the credit on your account. A note is then kept in the book. It appears the forms did not work as they seem to have gone astray!
Please remember to register your pets on pet pal even if you are not a permanent resident but bring your fur children on holiday. Sometimes they are disorientated and get out of the property and it assists to locate their owners if they are registered with Rene Smithen on Pet Pal.
I have attached the form. Please email this directly to Rene.
Sadly garden refuse still remains a problem. We are working with KDM to find a solution to this never ending problem. We are in the process of looking at options at the moment.
Civils very kindly, with the help of Wendy Balcomb and Mike Crossman, constructed a safe pathway for pedestrians along Seagull to the beach. The pathway is not complete and we are hoping that the wooden stairway at the end will soon be constructed.
Thank you to both members for their help.
One of our residents will soon have a “mulching operation” in the Conservancy area. The idea is that residents will be able to dispose of their leaves and small plant cuttings which will go through a mulching process to produce compost which will be for sale.
Watch this space for more info on this project.
I have now telephoned and emailed the Technical Manager at the Regional Office as I have had no response from local office with regards the grass and sand on the edges of the P403. He has assured me that he will ensure that this be cleared soon,
I wait in eternal hope!! as I get more and more grey hairs and less and less patience!
I have to keep my sense of humour or could end up at the “Funny farm”!!
On a lighter note……… Have a wonderful February month!