IMPORTANT NOTICES (3)
PLEASE PAY YOUR RADIO LICENCE
(The minimum to be a member of the Doringkloof Neighbourhood Watch! You can always make a regular contribution or a once off donation – see below).
The annual radio license fees is R50, (if you bought a radio before January 2016 and have not done so yet.)
Account Name: Doringkloof Residents' Association
ABSA Bank Acc Number: 406 902 6417 (can be verified on www.doringkloof.net)
Branch: Centurion, Code: 630445
Please indicate reference as DON for Donation or CON for monthly contribution, along with your address, eg:
Contribution from 154 Maroela would be…
And donation from 110 Zambesi would be…
N.B. Proof of payment to be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where an EFT payment is made for a radio – please prefix reference as (example) RAD-MAR154.
Payment may also be made at New Fatima Cafe, cnr. Glover & Sonja Streets.
Your cooperation is very much appreciated!
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE LYTTELTON SECTOR 2 COMMUNITY POLICING SUB FORUM (LS2 CPSF) SPECIAL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (SPECIAL AGM).
Date/Time: 28 February 2017 at 19:00
Venue: Laerskool Louis Leipoldt at Corner Langebrink & Monument Avenue, Lyttelton
Aim: The aim of this Special AGM is to elect members to serve the community on the LS2 CPSF management team in the following portfolios:
Election process: The election process as prescribed by the Community Policing Forum (CPF) will be followed. Voters can register on the day of the election at the venue. Please bring a proof of residence, (i.e. Tshwane Rates statement) and a valid ID document or drivers licence. Voters have to reside within LS2 CPSF and be 18 years of age or older.
Nominations: We are awaiting nomination for the above mentioned portfolios. Nominees must prescribe to the following criteria:
· Nominees must reside in the LS2 CPSF area.
· Nominees must be registered member of the LS2 CPSF or one of the affiliated neighbourhood watches in the LS2CPSF area and;
· Nominees must be 18 year of age or older.
Nominations must consist out of the following:
· Letter of recommendation that indicates the portfolio the member is being nominated for by the nominator
· Copy of ID of the nominator
· Proof of residence of the nominator
· Copy of ID of the nominee
· Proof of residence of the nominee
· Letter of acceptance of the nomination
The nominations must be emailed to email@example.com. The cut-off date for nominations is 03 February 2017 @ 16:00 All nominees will be vetted by the SAPS. Nominees who do not qualify to participate in the election process will be informed in person.
Queries: Queries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org for attention Lourens Botha (Outgoing Chairperson) or Loot van Dyk (Acting Chairperson). Alternatively the chairpersons of the respective neighbourhood watches can be contacted for further information.
Loot van Dyk
(Acting Chairperson Lyttelton Sector 2 Community Policing Sub Forum)
While it is still a long way off, the Doringkloof Resident’s Association’s Annual General Meeting will take place in April 2017.
To forestall a last-minute rush to find nominations to form the DRA Committee, it is suggested that residents start to consider who should serve as a member of the DRA Committee. The idea is that by at least March 2017 we should have a list of nominees who are prepared to serve their community. It is therefore recommended that residents consider who should sit on the DRA committee and who will subsequently look after our interests.
Legally, nominees can be any resident of Doringkloof who is, naturally, a paid-up member of the DRA and is willing to be nominated. Nominees can be current members or former members of the DRA Committee, or even perhaps someone new.
This notice must not be seen as a means of replacing any current committee member. Indeed, should you find that the current members are doing their job satisfactorily then encourage them to stand again. This has often been how it worked in former years. If they are doing the job, why change?