Public Wynberg meeting: Engage with our councillor!

Pic of Liz Brunette and raised hands

Councillor Elizabeth Brunette

Ward 62 councillor Liz Brunette will hold a public meeting with Wynberg residents in July.

The purpose of the townhall-style meeting is to engage with Wynberg residents and the other way round.

The WRRA is delighted at the prospect as we have often requested regular townhall-meetings with Brunette, something that some other councillors successfully run.

Brunette has suggested a Q&A format to the evening, but requested that the main topics be sent to her beforehand so she can bring along a City expert if needed.

The WRRA urges residents to attend the meeting as our Facebook users often complain of lack of access to the councillor. This will be your opportunity!

We suggest the topics below – please add more below or on our Facebook page should you wish to. The deadline for supplying topics is Thursday 14 June at 5 pm.

The final date for the meeting will be announced on our website under the URGENT tab, as well as on our Facebook page. The venue is expected to be Church on Main behind the library.

Suggested topics:

  • The most effective way to engage with the councillor
  • Traffic and taxis
  • Development
  • Problem areas in Wynberg
  • Crime and the role of law enforcement

Read more: Other issues discussed at the 4 June Ward Committee meeting:

Quick notes from the meeting

Development watch: The solution?

Vacant cottages to remain vacant

Bin audit helps to clean up Wynberg

Ward allocations: what we asked for

MyCiTi: postponed again

What are the things we complain about?



1 Comment

  1. Hello Joan,

    Thank you very much for all the news and posts – just online and read through them all, thanks for keeping us up to date with all that is happening.

    Hope you are well and triumphing and enjoying the change in season, Darron

    On Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 11:53 AM, Wynberg Residents and Ratepayers Associati

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