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Published: 19 Sep 2018Title: GEORGE WATER UPDATE: 19 September 2018Status: Dam level: 70.92% (slightly down from 71.33% last week Wednesday) Rainfall since 13 September 2018: 13mm Demand/usage: 25.75 megalitres (target 22Ml) Please note Section 2B restrictions remain in place, detail in news section.
Published: 17 Sep 2018Title: POWER OFF BALLOTS BAY 20 September 9am-4pmStatus: Electricity supply will be interrupted on the BALLOTS BAY line on THURSDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 9AM-4PM to do alterations to the electrical mains. Please treat as live for the duration as supply may be resumed at any time within the notified period. Alternative date: FRIDAY 21 SEPTEMBER 9AM-4PM
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Electricity 044 874 3917
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Traffic / Licence 044 878 2400 / 044 801 9315
Law Enforcement 044 801 6350
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George Municipality Switchboard 044 801 9111
02 November 2017

IDP annual review engagement meetings

The Integrated Development Plan (IDP) annual review engagement meetings started Monday, 23 October until 1 November 2017 to allow Ward Committees an opportunity to review the IDP ward priorities and reprioritise projects where necessary. George Council adopted the five-year Integrated Development Plan during May 2017. The drafting of the IDP started concurrently with the establishment of Ward Committees and this created a gap in terms of Ward Committee input as they could not participate as a legislated stakeholder in the process.

These meetings will also allow for feedback on the progress made with regards to existing projects and share information on future projects. It is expected of Ward Councillors in conjunction with Ward Committees to go back to their constituencies to confirm the top 10 priorities for their respective wards and submit it to the IDP office by 15 November. The Municipality will inter alia measure its service delivery efforts against these priorities.

Captions: Cllr Gert Niehaus, Ward Councillor for Ward 18, Dr Sandile Ngqele and Samuel Mocke, Ward Committee Member.

 

 

 

Last published 02 November 2017