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If you could choose any special place in the world to live, then surely St. Francis Bay would feature high on your list. In order to preserve our village and its amenities, it is critical to have an Organization that works with the Local Authorities to preserve our Environment and to Maintain & Improve our facilities. The St. Francis Bay Residents Association fulfils this role.

The St. Francis Bay Residents Association consists of Portfolios on The Beach, Municipal Services, Canals, Environmental, Land-Use, Nuclear, Tourism, Fire Protection, Social Services, Finance, Security, Valuations and Secretarial & Communication.

Regular emails are sent out to all Members keeping them informed about matters in the village and alerting them to issues that need their attention. The SFB Residents constantly interact with the Municipality in order to improve service delivery and act on behalf of residents where required.

DAILY SNIPPETS

30th July 2015

30th July 2015

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

Mr Nevil Hulett is applying to build a restaurant on the commercial land that he owns on the canals.  Part of his request also includes a liquor outlet.  We gather that this should be a Public Meeting and that it should be advertised to comply with the Liquor Board regulations.

The venue is at Mr Hallett’s house at No. 7 Sunset Drive at 11am on Friday 31st July.

St Francis Bay Residents Association

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Sand River Bridge

29th July 2015

The current status on the building of the new bridge over the Sand River is that the tenders have been evaluated, however, because the contract is in excess of R15 million it has to be approved by a higher authority and it now appears that work will commence at the beginning of October 2015.  This is unfortunate and we hope that this will not inconvenience holiday makers.

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30 June 2015

The car park area at Ann Avenue has been blocked off for safety reasons by Council.  However, people are removing the barrier and parking in the car park area.  If you see anybody doing this please ask them not to as the access to the beach in this area is extremely dangerous.

St Francis Bay Residents Association

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