Why you should not miss the WRRA Annual General Meeting

 It’s that time of the year again the AGM of the Wynberg Residents’ and Ratepayers’ Association.

It’s when the WRRA exco explains what they have been up to in the course of the year, and where you get to ask your questions and make your suggestions about Wynberg.

As crime reports remain the most read articles on the WRRA website, Brigadier Nokuthula Mzila, station commander of Wynberg SAPS, will present a talk on crime in our suburb.

SAVE THE DATE

Date Wednesday 26 October 2016
Time 6.30 pm
Venue Church on Main, 3 Millbank Road, Wynberg (behind the library)

Map of Church on Main
AGENDA

  • Welcome and Apologies
  • Minutes from the 2015 Annual General Meeting
  • Report from the Chairperson
  • Report from the Treasurer
  • Election of Committee Members
  • Any Other Business
  • The challenge of crime in Wynberg – talk by Wynberg SAPS Station Commander Brigadier Notkuthula Mzila
  • Closure

PLEASE PARTICIPATE!

1 If you wish to add an item to the agenda under “Any Other Business”, please advise the Chairperson in writing at least 7 days before the AGM by sending an email to wynbergresidents.gmail.com.
2 If you wish to nominate a member to the committee, please also let us know at wynbergresidents.gmail.com.
3 Only paid-up members are entitled to speak or vote at the meeting.  Fees for 2017 may be paid via EFT (find the details here) or at the door on 26 October 2016.
4 New members are very welcome!

Membership of the WRRA is open to all property owners, residents or businesses.

Have a look at the minutes of the 2015 WRRA AGM.

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