Notice of Annual General Meeting 2016

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT:   The Annual General Meeting of Melville Residents’ Association will be held on Saturday 13 August 2016, 09:30 – 11:30 at The Heritage Baptist Church, Melville   The meeting is open to all residents & business owners of the Melville Community.   Your attendance is greatly appreciated.  

 

Vagrancy Workshop

“Dear MRA members, This is a reminder of the Vagrancy workshop I have arranged for next week Wednesday. Date: 22 June 2016 Time: 08h30 to 1230 Venue: The Pavilion room, Marks Park Sports Club The workshop is aimed at councillors, Residents Associations, CPF members, local NGOs working in the field of Displaced People, the JMPD, the SAPS, security companies and any other parties wishing to find solutions to the issue […]

 

The Heritage Assessment in the Corridors of Freedom

The following is a message from the heritage consultants who have done the heritage impact assessment for the Corridors of Freedom, of which includes Auckland Park, Melville & Westdene. Tsica heritage consultants is pleased to announce that a draft Heritage Impact Assessment for the Corridors of Freedom (Knowledge Precinct) is now available for public comment in hard copy at the Melville Library and online http://bit.ly/Draft_HIAs_and_CMPs and http://www.theheritageportal.co.za/notice/corridors-freedom-project-knowledge-precinct-draft-hia-available-comment. The public is invited […]

 

#OperationHydrate

  Water is the most basic and essential requirement for life. A lack of water has disastrous effects for all life: people, animals and crops resulting in a complete breakdown in society. Due to the current El Nino weather phenomenon our country, the Republic of South Africa is going through a major drought. Currently it is estimated that more than 2.7 Million households have been affected. As a result, the […]

 

The Big Melville Clean-Up Project

After the very successful GEM Clean-Up organized by the Melville Security Initiative earlier this year, the Melville Residents’ Association through its Physical Environment Portfolio walked through Melville in order to further identify areas that requires clean-up. According to Lee Shaw-Newland, the amount of litter around MelPark Primary school is shocking, ” We have engaged with the school and will be working closely with teachers & staff, involving the pupils to […]

 

Melville Community Pub Quiz Nite!

  Time for some fun! The Melville Residents’ Association hereby challenges the Melville Security Initiative & the residents of Melville to bring their A-Game for a night of fun at Nuno’s Restaurant and take part in the Melville Community Pub Quiz night! All the participants pay R20 entrance which goes into the pot for the 3 winning teams. Ready your teams, come and meet the MRA & MSI Committees and […]