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Monday, 19 March 2012

CB Watch AGM 2011

Please put Monday 26th March at 7.00pm in your diary.

We will be holding the Camps Bay Watch and the CBCSI AGM at the Rotunda.

We have a number of important matters to deal with and decide upon, including the sustainability of the CBCSI (The Camps Bay Community Security Initiative) which is funded by your monthly voluntary levy of R198 per month. It is currently costing us more to run than we collect from the voluntary levies. We may therefore have to decide which services to cut back on. We shall go through the full year’s performance with you.

We embarked on an extensive research project last year, where we examined best practise in Neighbour Hood Watch around the Western Cape. We wish to share the outcome of that with you as it may affect the way we choose to go forward with CBCSI.

The Camps Bay and Clifton Safe Community Trust (the administrative and governance back end of CBCSI) is now up and running and has been granted favourable tax status. We will explain that in detail.

We will also deal with the latest spike in crimes and our plans to enhance safety and security in Camps Bay and we also need to decide on who we want to lead CBW into 2012.

We shall send out a detailed agenda closer to the actual meeting but we encourage you to please make every effort to attend. Without CBW and CBCSI, Camps Bay would be a considerably less safe neighbourhood to live in. We need a team effort to keep it going and we most definitely need your support.

if you would like to confirm your attendance, please do so on the website here.

Many thanks
Kind Regards
Ian Merrington
Chairperson – Camps Bay Watch

Sector Contact Details
Sector 1 (Glen & Village): Jacques Louw
Sector 2 (Middle and Bakoven): Alan Marsh
Sector 3 (Rontree): Sally Merrington
Sector 4 (Clifton) : Alan Berelowitz

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