The Executive Mayor of Stellenbosch, Advocate Gesie Van Deventer welcomed the delivery of two compactor waste trucks on Thursday, 30 March 2017 in front of the Stellenbosch Town Hall. When Mayor van Deventer took office in August 2016, she said: “Making sure our towns are clean is a priority. Residents have informed me directly that clean towns are a priority for them. Furthermore, by keeping our towns clean we ensure that the first impressions for our visitors are memorable and positive. Our new compactors will help us to do exactly that, keep our towns beautiful. I urge every resident to do their part in keeping our towns clean by using rubbish bins that are available all over the area.“
The specially branded trucks are valued at R 2.5 million each. The compactors were purchased in order to replace aged fleet. Replacing aged and defective vehicles prevents continuously spending large sums of money on repairs and prevents costs in overtime for staff and ensures effective and speedy service delivery.
A refuse compactor is basically designed to mechanically lift two wheelie bins simultaneously, empty them into the receiving cab and then compress the waste in order to maximise volume for transport to the disposal facility. With proper maintenance and care, each compactor should have a lifespan of 8 years.
These units are designed to only collect general waste i.e. household domestic refuse and trade or business waste. No rubble, acids, grease or large bulky objects such as tree trunks should be collected by the compactor, as it will damage the mechanical parts.
The Municipality made use of a National Treasury tender to cut down the delivery time and costs of the trucks.
Please be informed that the normal municipal refuse removal services will not take place as per the normal schedule due to Good Friday on 14 April 2017. The areas affected will be serviced on Saturday, 15 April 2017.
Residents are kindly requested not to place refuse bins outside for service on 14 April 2017, but that it rather be placed outside on 15 April 2017.
Normal refuse removal services will take place on all other days, including public holidays.
VULLISVERWYDERINGSDIENS TYDENS PAASFEES 2017
Neem assblief kennis dat daar geen vullisverwyderingsdiens op 14 April 2017 (Goeie Vrydag) gelewer sal word nie. Die geaffekteerde areas sal ‘n vullisverwyderingsdiens op Saterdag, 15 April 2017 ontvang.
U word vriendelik versoek om geen vullisdromme op 14 April 2017 uit te plaas nie, maar wel op 15 April 2017 soos hierbo aangedui.
‘n Normale vullisverwyderingsdiens sal wel op die ander openbare vakansiedae gelewer word.
Notice of Mayoral Committee Meeting / Kennis van Burgemeesterskomittee Vergadering
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STELLENBOSCH COUNCIL CHAMBERS
(Plein Street, Stellenbosch)
ALIEN INVASIVE PLANT MANAGEMENT PLAN
Notice is hereby given of the availability of the Draft Stellenbosch Municipality Alien Invasive Plant Management Plan, completed in terms of the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act, 10 of 2004, for comment.
INDRINGER PLANTE BESTUURSPLAN
Kennis geskied hiermee van die beskikbaarheid van die Konsep Stellenbosch Munisipaliteit Indringer Plante Bestuursplan, opgestel in terme van die Nasionale Biodiversiteitswetgewing (National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act, 10 of 2004) vir kommentaar.
DIRECTOR: PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
DIREKTEUR: BEPLANNING EN EKONOMIESE ONTWIKKELING
Notice no / Kennisgewing no: 2/17 P
The Stellenbosch Municipality hereby invites all prospective applicants of Stellenbosch Municipality that office space has become available for leasing at the Kayamandi Economic Tourism Corridor in George Blake Road.
Forms are available from
The municipal website i.e. www.stellenbosch.gov.za or
58 Andringa Street, Stellenbosch, 7600 (Opposite Food Lovers Market) and next Happy Oak Restaurant.
Completed documents can be hand-delivered @ 58 Andringa Street (LED Offices, Stellenbosch) for attention Ms Sharon Pedro.
No forms will be accepted via fax, email or any other electronic format.
Please take note: It is the responsibility of tenant(s) to ensure they supply the Municipality with the required documents and complies with the following:
Application form is properly completed.
Certificate copies of Company or NPO Registration documents or ID document if Sole Traders or Proprietors).
Clear contact details e.g. telephone and cellphone numbers and email address.
Clear proposal of the intended business. (Not longer than a page).
The onus is on the tenants to ensure that the application form is properly completed and is submitted with all the relevant supporting documentation as mentioned above.