Join us on 11 December at 18:00 for our MID Annual General Meeting at The Muizenberg Bowling Club, Muizenberg Park, Main Road, Muizenberg. Registration commences at 17:30. We will need 20% of our membership present to constitute a quorum.
This year, for the first time, all documentation for the AGM will be sent out digitally via email. This will save the cost of printing and sending by registered post and is also in keeping with being greener.
Please be aware that there are a number of very important issues on the Agenda this year. In particular Members will be asked to choose between two different 5 Year Plans, a decision which will materially affect how effective the MID Public Safety service will be. The two versions arise from divisions within the Board which have proved incapable of resolution there.
Both versions are attached in full including a 5 year budget, a Motivation, and an Implementation Plan. These are relatively lengthy, so, to make life easier for Members, a summary of each is also attached which should highlight the major elements of the Public Safety strategy and how they will impact you all.
Please try to read carefully these critical documents.
NB. PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY FOR REGISTRATION WHICH WILL OPEN AT 17.30.
Following a late change in the date of the AGM to the 11th December there was some confusion about the shut off date for new applications for membership. To clarify, applications (forms can be downloaded from the MID website – Download Private Membership Form – Download Company Membership Form) will be accepted up to midday Friday the 6th of December but not later. They can be emailed to email@example.com or delivered by hand to 22 Palmer Road.
The Muizenberg Improvement District [MID] is a geographic area where property owners have contracted to pay a levy to facilitate a joint effort by the City of Cape Town and the local community to ensure more effective management of public areas and to promote business confidence.
The MID supplements normal municipal services provided by the City, using its funds to deal with crime and grime, enhance the environment and address social issues like vagrancy and finding workable solutions for the homeless. The Muizenberg Improvement District is a legal entity established under the City’s Special Rating Areas by-law and also governed by the South African Companies Act 2008.