Notice of public meetings to receive further inputs from the public for the amendment of the Draft Air Pollution Control By-Laws, Air Quality Management Plan and the Water Services By-Laws for the City of Johannesburg
The City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality published its intention to consider amendments for the above mentioned By Laws and Management Plan. The request for public comments was published in daily newspapers and in the Extra Ordinary Gauteng Provincial Government Gazette; Local Authority Notices 1372 of 2018 and 1456 of 2018. The public was granted 30 days commenting period.
Further to the above notices, and in order to enhance Public Participation in the By Law making process, the public is invited to the public meetings to receive further inputs to the amendment of the By Laws and management Plan.
For all the meetings, registration and tea will be served from 08:30 and meetings will start at 09:30, with lunch served at 13:00. The Schedule of the Public Meetings is as follows:
Air quality Saturday 16 February, Regions G and D, Diepkloof Hall
Air quality Saturday 23 February, Regions F, B and C, Roodepoort City Hall
Water Services Saturday 16 March, Regions G and D, Pimville Hall
Water Services Saturday 23 March, Regions F, B and C, Braamfischer MPCC
Water Services Saturday 30 March, Regions A and E, Ivory Park North Hall
Air Quality Saturday 6 April, Regions A and E, Ivory Park North Hall
Further information or enquiries regarding the public meetings may be submitted to the following email addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org
Issued on behalf of Councillor Margeret Sheron Arnolds, Chairperson: Environment & Infrastructure Services Section 79 Committee. Acting Secretary to Council: Mrs Indraloshini Govender
City of Johannesburg, Metro Centre, 158 Civic Boulevard, Braamfontein, Johannesburg
Join us and give the dog walking section of Johannesburg Botanic Gardens, Emmarentia another workout. Come and help us pull/dig out invasive alien plants in grasslands and along the river, clear areas for picnicking, pick up litter and dog poop, tidy up, and much, much more. The more of you, the more we can do. Work for 30 minutes or more – all help welcome.
MEET at Orange Road entrance anytime from 8h00 to 12h00.
WEAR gumboots or strong walking shoes and dress sensibly.
BRING hat, suntan lotion, water bottle that you can refill, gardening gloves, garden forks, spades (big and small), hedge cutters, loppers. Community service letters to schoolkids will be given. Primary school kids must be accompanied by an adult.
IF YOU CAN’T COME:
Pay your gardener to come and assist us
Sponsor gardening equipment
Donate to ERA so we can buy gardening equipment needed: Emmarentia Residents Association, Nedbank; A/C 1975051173 Branch
Code 198765; Ref # ERA clean up
ERA needs your help to pull out invasive weeds, cut back trees, bushes, secure paths so they don’t become dongas and generally give the dog-walking section of Emmarentia park a spring makeover.
Meet at Orange Road entrance to Emmarentia park, any time from 7h30—12h00.
Wear gumboots or strong walking shoes. Bring hat, suntan lotion, gardening gloves, garden forks, spades (big and small), hedge cutters, loppers, water bottle that you can refill from out water containers. Community service letters to schoolkids will be given. Primary schoolkids must be accompanied by an adult.
If you can’t come, help us by:
Paying your gardener to assist
Sponsoring gardening equipment
Donate to ERA so we can buy gardening equipment needed: Emmarentia Residents Association, Nedbank; A/C 1975051173 Branch Code 198765; Ref # ERA clean up
donate to Let’s Work so that Felicity’s team can come and help us. LET’S WORK, Capitec, A/C 1552551790 Branch code 470010
Ref # 20 Oct Emm clean up
For more info or to offer some sponsorships please e-mail: email@example.com
ERA has revived the monthly domestic workers watch meetings from September 26th to December 2018. Open to all domestic workers in Emmarentia, the meetings will cover various issues. The meetings will take place at the Emmarentia Sailing Club on Louw Geldenhuys Road from 10h00 – 11h30.
“The Emmarentia domestic watch was a good thing,” says Molly, one of the domestic workers who attended the previous Domestic Watch meetings.
“It was a good thing to meet with other ladies, we shared a lot of things,” says Molly. “We taught each other about being aware of things happening around our workplace, to be always alert, even when walking in the street.”
The first talk is on identify theft on September 26. Cost (ERA is appealing to employers to cover the costs) R50 per session (to pay for speaker) plus R20 for tea.
Contact Anne Askew, ERA on 082 604 5806 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book places.
Gautrain Bus Demand Survey provides opportunity for both current and potential Gautrain passengers that would like to use Gautrain bus from their point of origin to the station and from the station to their final destination. The data will assist in the planning for the expansion of the Gautrain bus networks at various Gautrain stations. This survey also allows the participants to set their geographical location. The geo-location helps the GMA to analyse the spatial distribution of Gautrain passengers in order to determine the best route to service the area and to place bus stops.
The information provided by participants will not be shared with any third party.
Your responses are entirely voluntary, and you may refuse to complete any part or all of this survey. This survey is designed to be anonymous, meaning that the information will be used by the GMA only and does not require your personal information except your location.