Jam packed news: Meetings, Carols, road paintings and more

Hi Greymonters, A lot of extra goodness has touched Greymont. Not only do have our residents donating to the Firework Flyers, not to mention the regular donors to our monthly expenses to keep Greymont great. We have had a resident, kit out Roger’s work clothes from top to bottom. We had a plumber come out
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Alison Gitelson – parkrun Profile

Alison Gitelson is one of the founding volunteers at Alberts Farm parkrun, from the very beginning she has been indispensable. Especially behind the scenes, handling the logistics and documentation that keeps everything running smoothly, she is the one setting up the processes that make our results come so quickly and dependable. If not herself, odds are, she
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Reminder of Ban On All Fireworks In Residential Areas

PLEASE NO FIREWORKS THIS YEAR! Animals hearing is 10 times more sensitive than a human’s, so the fireworks are likely to cause pets and birds severe anxiety, stress and fear. The following pamphlet will be handed out to the residents: People can donate financially towards our fireworks flyer with the reference “ fireworks” and deposit
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Open Community Encounters

Co-creating our future through conversation We invite you to join people from different neighbourhoods in and around Sophiatown to connect and share thoughts, ideas and possibilities to collectively create a new story for South Africa. We have had enough of division, line drawing and camps fighting each other. We are interested in a new story
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Update: on Proposed Bergbron Low cost Development

New feedback was emailed from PRISM in regards to the Proposed Bergbron Low cost Housing Development. Dear Interested and Affected Party, The Public Meeting held on 21 September 2015 as well as our draft report circulated for review, have reference. Following the Public Meeting and Commenting Period the applicant has decided to propose a second
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Greymont Residents Meeting Minutes – 30 September 2015

Hi Greymonters, Sorry for the delay, below are the minutes of the Residents meeting we had on the 30th of September. Also some photos of Robert’s new kit and the work he has done to chain saw 2 huge branches that broke off in the Greymont Park. We did request City Parks to help but
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DA Look and Log Guide of 2015

The DA has released their Look and Log guide 2015 for the City of Johannesburg. Which is a very useful guide towards Service Delivery and how to get things resolved and the turn around to expect. You can download the full PDF of the guide here, below is an extrapolated version of the guide for
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Invasive Plant Volunteers Needed At Alberts Farm

The rains have started and those pesky Black Jack plants have returned in large numbers in Alberts Farm Conservancy. They are an annoyance to you, but also take up the resources such as space and water that indigenous grasses and herbs should be utilizing. If left unchecked, the park will have large areas of Black
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Smart Meters – Make sure you have the right settings so you are not incorrectly billed

As per or residents meeting last night, here is the information regarding smart meters. Please check ALL the following: Does your outside meter serial number match the serial number on your bill? If your smart meter is bypassed and you would like it fixed in fear of a possible massive bill? Is your handheld devise
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Greymont Residents Forum Meeting on the 30th of September

Hi Greymonters, Our Greymont Residents Forum Meeting is around the corner. 30 September 2015 at 18:30. We will have a speaker to tackle the SMART METER questions. To have as much information possible, please email info@greymont.co.za with answers to the following questions. Does your outside meter serial number match the serial number on your bill?
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