SOUTHBROOM NEWS - MARCH 2008
A SOUTHBROOM RATEPAYERS, CONSERVANCY & COMMUNITY POLICING INITIATIVE.
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>> PUBLIC MEETING - TOWN PLANNING - HAVE YOUR SAY
Please attend this important Public Meeting at 10h00 on Wednesday 26 March 2008 at the Southbroom Golf Club.
Dr Jeff McCarthy will present his "Report towards the implementation and enforcement of the Mpenjati/Southbroom town plan for ecologically sensitive and sustainable coastal development."
Provincial and Local Government will respond prior to discussion being opened to the floor.
We look forward to active community participation in this initiative.
>> ART BY THE SEA EXHIBITS AT SOUTHBROOM SQUARE
You are invited to the opening of an exhibition of paintings and sculptures at Southbroom Square on Thursday 20 March at 17h00.
Art by Sea has been in existence for 36 years, an amazing achievement, and its membership includes many well known local artists that deserve our attention, support and encouragement.
'Local is lekker' so come along and share the evening with friends.
Art Link Gallery is alongside Southbroom Elite Estate Agency. Wine and snacks will be served.
>> SIGNAGE BYLAWS AND SIGNAGE POLLUTION
Pending formal amendment of the Signage Bylaws, we appeal to all ratepayers to assist - please do not to grant permission or permit signage to be erected on your property or road verge.
The signage sub-committee, which comprises members from all estate agencies resident in Southbroom, has certainly done an excellent job in improving the aesthetic appeal and value of the village. The removal of estate agent and garden services sign boards has made a huge difference.
>> BEACH WALK - MPENJATI TO SOUTHBROOM
Members of Southbroom Conservancy will lead a beach walk from Mpenjati Reserve to Southbroom main beach on Easter Sunday, 23 March 2008.
Meet at Southbroom main beach car park at 06h30. Transport will leave for Mpenjati at 07h00 sharp.
It is a 9km walk that takes 2 to 3 hours and dogs on leashes are welcome.
Those attending should wear a costume, t-shirt, slops and hat, and remember to bring along a water bottle and sun-block.
>> BICYCLE SQUAD PATROLS SOUTHBROOM
SAPS Sector Manager, Inspector Welcome Shusha has added bicycle patrols to his squad in an effort to ensure a safer Southbroom.
Eight Police Assistants have taken to the road, (you will notice them in their burgundy shirts and helmets), and results to date are promising.
Please remember to greet our Police Reservists on their lonely patrols and to offer them a glass of iced-water every so often!
>> GLOW WORMS, SUNDOWNERS AND A WALK IN THE PARK
Hundreds of glow worms (fire flies) are still in Eyles Park and it really is a phenomenon worth seeing. They come out at around 19h00 and Southbroom Conservancy would love you to see them.
So, bring your deck chairs, sundowners and picnic baskets to Eyles Park at 17h00 on Sunday 23 March 2008. Southbroom Conservancy will lead a walk through the Bushbuck Trail and, whilst you savour your wine and delectables, the glow worms will put on the show.