The Muse Magazine
Nov 2023 • 145
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The application for the establishment of the Pinelands Community Improvement District (PLCID) was approved in Council on 25 May 2023.
The full application report and minutes are available on the CID website:
pinelandscid.co.za and on facebook:www.facebook.com/pinelandscid.
Thanks to the volunteers, community organisations and businesses that made this possible. The organisation is being registered as a Non-Profit Company (NPC). Public safety is the PLCID priority with meetings arranged with the City Metro, Traffic and Law enforcement and the Pinelands Community Police Forum. The intention is to install more CCTV cameras, a control room and introduce a safety app for all residents. Extra patrollers will work with existing safety service providers and with neighbourhood watch. Additional environmental challenges such as illegal dumping, littering, damage to trees and parks and heritage areas will be addressed. The social development team will work closely with the City’s Displaced Persons Unit and NGO’s to implement sustainable programmes.
Media enquiries:Yazied Davids
Steering Committee, Pinelands CID.
For detailed info, please visit our website
HELEN KELLER BOOK ROOM AND GARDEN NURSERY
The Society opened its new Book Room and Garden Nursery for sales to the general public on Wednesday, 16 Aug. The community is welcome to come and purchase, but only on the following dates and times:
10 am to 1 pm on
13 Sep, 18 Oct, 15 Nov and 13 Dec 2023.
All monies raised are donated to our Fete Fund. Please contact us on 021 531 5311 for any further enquiries.