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Water Supply December 2020

Water Supply December 2020
Water supply : Kleinemonde : December 2020 Kleinemonde water sources Just to re-cap - Kleinemonde has three sources of water: Wellington dam feeding the water treatment plant in Kleinemonde;A low yielding roadside borehole next to the R72; and A high yielding borehole on Frik van Rooyen’s farm. Last month the company, Industrial Controls from East London, refurbished the water tr...
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Notice Refuse Site – May 27th

Notice Refuse Site – May 27th
The refuse site will re-open as from 1 June 2020. A picture says a thousand words! April 23rd ...May 25th ... Please observe the conditions of use of the site and keep the site tidyRemember : Illegal dumping is a punishable offense. Issued by the Kleinemonde Residents & Ratepayers Association
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A Sight for Sore Eyes….

A Sight for Sore Eyes….
The Skips Despite being warned that, according to the lockdown rules, travelling to the refuse site is not allowed, this is being ignored. Despite the availability of skips (1 Empty, 2 half full, two full) bags with refuse are just being dumped next to skips on the ground. Looking at the contents in some of the skips (e.g. old geyser, etc) it is clear that the signboard at the entra...
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Kleinemonde: Lockdown

Kleinemonde: Lockdown
Despite our small community and remoteness, we are also in lockdown and nobody will be allowed to leave their homes for the next 21 days unless  to: Seek medical care;Buy essential groceries;Visit the pharmacy;Access banking services;Get petrol; orCollect a social grant Those found breaking the lockdown rules are liable to 6 months imprisonment or a fine or both. Household refuse w...
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Drought water tariff: To pay or not to pay….?

Drought water tariff: To pay or not to pay….?
Drought water tariff: To pay or not to pay . . . . . . .? A question is being asked – “Why should Kleinemonde residents have to pay an increased drought water tariff as we apparently do not have a water problem?”.  – But is this true? How much water do we really have? Going back in history, during 2008 the level of Wellington dam, which at that stage, was our main source of water, d...
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