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Newsletter February 2021

Newsletter February 2021
Kleinemonde Newsletter                                February  2021 Whatever the origin might be of the saying “May you live in interesting times“, certainly the past year with the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on our country, we find ourselves living in interesting and uncertain times. Refuse collection – December holiday period The December holiday period is known for the large increase in the volume of household refuse that need to be collected. Apart from Kleinemonde proper, Kleinemonde West and Riet River, all make use of our refuse site. For the first time the annual p...
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Newsletter June 2020

Newsletter June 2020
Kleinemonde Newsletter             June 2020 The 2020/2021 Municipal Budget The 2020/2021 Municipal Budget was tabled at a Council meeting held (via ZOOM) on Wednesday, 20 May 2020. This tabled budget is a draft budget allowing for public comment before final approval. The following increases in the tabled (draft) budget were approved: Property rates -  6.1%Refuse,  Sanitation, Sewerage, Water tariffs -  6.1% All other annual and monthly charges -  5.5 % In the tabled budget, there was a deficit of ...
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Newsletter April 2020

Newsletter April 2020
In lockdown ! Despite the lockdown Kleinemonde is still functioning. Refuse is being collected, as usual, and urgent matters, like water problems, are being attended to by our Foreman and a skeleton staff compliment of two workers. Obviously normal routine work like cutting of grass, etc. will not be done. The unfinished work in Diaz Road. If you have any problems regarding municipal services in Kleinemonde please contact one the committee members who will investigate and, if necessary, contact our Forem...
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Newsletter May 2019

Newsletter May 2019
Kleinemonde Newsletter             May  2019 Refuse site Our contract to manage the refuse site for a period of six months, starting October 2018, has been extended until end of June 2019, when it will be up for re-negotiation. It is pleasing to report that most locals are “buying in” to keep the site neat, but unfortunately there are still isolated instances of illegal dumping taking place, in particular the area reserved only for garden refuse, e.g. Depositing various scrap items together with garden refuse; or Not emptying plastic bags containing garden refuse. After the...
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