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MANAGING THE HERITAGE OF MOSSEL BAY
Published: Newsletter - Friday, 07 August 2015
Any modifications or alterations of structures, which are older than 60 years, require a permit in terms of legislation and are also subject to certain municipal requirements.. Read More...
APPLY NOW FOR FESTIVE SEASON TRADING ON SIDEWALKS, PUBLIC SPACES IN CBD
Published: Municipality - Friday, 31 July 2015
Business owners in the designated areas in the Central Business District of Mossel Bay who want to trade on sidewalks and public spaces as allowed in terms of the Municipality’s Policy on Outdoor Dining and Trading in the Mossel Bay CBD, need to apply as soon as possible if they want to be ready for this for the coming year-end holiday season.. Read More...
GALA EVENT IN AID OF RELIEF FUND
Published: Municipality - Friday, 31 July 2015
A prestigious gala event in aid of the Relief Fund utilised by the Mayor to help Mossel Bay residents in distress or need will take place in the Mossel Bay Town Hall on 23 October 2015. Tickets for the event can now be bought at the Municipality.. Read More...
GRACE PERIOD FOR ADVERTISING APPROVALS
Published: Internal News Release - Wednesday, 08 July 2015
The Town Council has approved a grace period from 1 July 2015 to 31 December 2015 to afford businesses the opportunity to comply with the Municipality’s By-Law on Outdoor Advertising and Advertising Signs in respect of the approval of advertising signs.. Read More...
2015 SPORTS FESTIVAL TAKING SHAPE
2015 SPORTS FESTIVAL TAKING SHAPE
Published: Internal News Release - Wednesday, 08 July 2015
Good progress is being made with the arrangements for the fourth Mossel Bay Sports Festival that will be held from 1 to 8 October 2015.. Read More...
PINNACLE POINT SITE MOVES CLOSER TO WORLD HERITAGE STATUS
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 26 June 2015
An important step forward has been taken to have the archaeological site at Pinnacle Point, Mossel Bay, declared a World Heritage Site. The site, which is is regarded as one of the world’s most important archaeological sites, has been included, together with five other South African sites, in UNESCO’s tentative lists for World Heritage sites.. Read More...
COUNCIL ADOPTS RESOLUTION ON VANDALISM
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 05 June 2015
In the light of vandalism that is costing the Municipality more than a million rand annually, Council resolved as follows at its monthly meeting on 28 May 2015:. Read More...
COUNCIL APPROVES BUDGET OF R949,8 MILLION
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 05 June 2015
The Town Council approved a total budget of R949,8 million for the 2015/2016 financial year as well as the revised IDP at the Council meeting on 28 May 2015. This compares with the revised total budget of R914,3 million for 2014/2015.. Read More...
RATIO BETWEEN BLUE AND BLACK REFUSE BAGS TO CHANGE
Published: Internal News Release3 - Tuesday, 02 June 2015
The Mossel Bay Municipality will, in response to requests by community members and a subsequent investigation, soon start to issue more black and less blue refuse bags for the removal of household waste. Read More...
STOLEN PAVING BRICKS WILL NOT BE REPLACED
STOLEN PAVING BRICKS WILL NOT BE REPLACED
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 15 May 2015
The more than 300 metres of stolen paving bricks with which pathways were paved in the new Albert Luthuli residential area at Extension 13 will not be replaced with the same product again due to the high costs involved. The Municipality will instead look at resurfacing the paths with another product, which is cheaper and less prone to vandalism and theft.. Read More...