Notice of the Quarterly General Meeting of the Fish Hoek Valley Residents & Ratepayers Association at FISH HOEK CIVIC CENTRE on
THURSDAY 30 AUGUST 2012. at 19h30. Guest Speakers PAUL BOOTH and ANDREW RUSH will speak about the next phase of MAIN ROAD REHABILITATION FROM KALK BAY TO CLOVELLY
1. WELCOME, Introductions and Apologies.
2. MINUTES of the Quarterly General Meeting held on 24 May 2012 & matters arising
3. COUNCILLOR’s Report.
4. TREASURER’s Report
5. CHAIRPERSON’s Report
All are welcome and refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the meeting.
Our Guest Speakers – Main Road Rehabilitation from Kalk Bay to Clovelly:
The rehabilitation of the Main Road from Atlantic Road in Muizenberg to Clovelly Road has been underway since March 2008. Main Road should be open to two-way traffic up to Clairvaux Road by end August. Thereafter work will start on the section from Clairvaux Road to the Kalk Bay harbour entrance. The section from the Kalk Bay harbour to Clovelly still needs to designed and put out on tender. In view of the critical nature of the works to be undertaken and the impact on traffic between Kalk Bay and Clovelly, we have invited the guest speakers to provide us with an insight of what lies ahead for the Far South Peninsula.
Mr Paul Booth is Head: Roads and Stormwater Design, City of Cape Town. He has a National Diploma in Civil Engineering and has 40 years of experience in municipal engineering. Over and above his normal duties he is responsible for the planning and implementation of the Main Road Rehabilitation project.
Mr Andrew Rush is Resident Engineer at Kayad Knight Piésold (Pty) Ltd (previously Kayad Consulting). He has a B.Sc. (Hons) in Civil Engineering and has over thirty years’ experience on civil engineering infrastructure projects, predominantly in the roads and municipal services field.
Follow the link for the FHVR&R August 2012 Newsletter with news about the new rates process, recycling, saving electricity, Fish Hoek Beach Baboons etc at : http://scenicsouth.co.za//2012/08/fish-hoek-valley-residents-ratepayers-august-2012-newsletter/