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Wednesday, 23 September 2009

CBRRA September ManCo Meeting Report

CBBRA is involved with many important issues concerning residents of Camps Bay. At the September meeting of the Association’s committee the following were discussed :

Round House/The Glen
• there are proposed developments
• owners of The Round House have been invited to speak at the CBRRA public meeting on 26 October 2009

Closure of Rottingdean Road entrance
• at lower entrance to Houghton Drive
• to prevent further vehicle accidents

New Rates
• a CBRRA representative attended a meeting with valuers about the new rates to be published in January 2010

Brick Paved Path
• request to City Council for a brick paved path between the tidal pool area to prevent damage by vehicles

• Discussions with developers, neighbours and the City Council planning department re contentious plans

Camps Bay Medics
• A donation is to be sent from CBRRA

Two more cell phone antennas have been applied for
• on the beach front and Upper Tree Road
• CBRRA is handing in an objection

Security huts
• the City Council is producing a by law

Wild flower conservation
• the City Council is being contacted re premature cutting of lawns and sidewalks

Ward boundaries
• are up for discussion
• Camps Bay is part of Ward 74 which includes Hout Bay
• CBRRA is to discuss with residents about requesting the boundaries be redrawn so that Camps Bay is more appropriately linked with Sea Point

Public General Meeting
Monday 26 October 2009 7.30 pm
The Rotunda, Camps Bay
All welcome – members and non members

Come and find out more – bring your questions and support CBRRA

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