I dropped the ball on this one. I have too much going on. Consequently, i can’t inform you appropriately regards this development. What i can tell you is the positive that this Knysna development’s wetland area, which cannot be built on, has allegedly been increased to half the property size. The downside is that Knysna continues to fail its mandate to create integrated communities. A divided community will eventually fall. Notable name on that sign board is Marike Vreken who is also involved with the very controversial ISDF.'Click here to read full article...'
What, I wonder, will be the next brain-wave of our esteemed Municipal authorities? Those of us who regularly traverse George Rex Drive (that is, the entire town), will have scratched their heads in wonder at the purpose to which a small piece of roadside land was to be used, alongside the entrance to the golf driving range. We watched as the land was graded, and then a few layers of asphalt carelessly applied. Then a high fence was erected, followed by unsightly razor wire. Goodness! Perhaps this was to be one of those temporary camps to help cope with the … ‘Click here to read full article…’
The Knysna Municipality is planning general maintenance and clearing, including the removal of sludge from reed beds, adjacent to George Rex Drive at the Vigilance Drive turn-off. Knysna Municipal Manager, Lauren Waring, said the activities complimented the first phase of upgrades at the sewage plant and formed part of projects identified to reduce pollution in the lagoon. “An environmental management plan has been submitted to the national Department of Environmental Affairs in Pretoria. Work will start once we received approval from them.”'Click here to read full article...'