2011 Municipal Elections Registration – Take 2

You have a second chance to register if you missed the opportunity earlier this month.

Registration for the local government elections will be held on the 5th and 6th of March, 2011. Registration locations for Edgemead are: Edgemead community hall, Edgemead high school and Edgemead primary school. Registration is open from 8am – 5pm.

More information can be obtained from the IEC website where you can also check your registration status.

January Issue

January issue is now available for download. You should have received your printed copy last week Thursday.

There are two versions: One of a smaller size, but noticeably lower resolution images. The higher resolution version will look much better, but is not recommended for people with slow internet connections.

Edgemead News January 2010 Low Resolution (3.2Mb)
Edgemead News January 2010 High Resolution (7.7Mb)

Recycling Points

As some of you may already have noticed, the recycling igloos at the Edgemead Library have been removed. Their new home is now alongside the existing igloos at the Edgemead Shopping Centre.

If you have items other than those that can be dropped off at the igloos you can visit the Tygerdal, Welgelegen or 5th Avenue Parow drop off sites.  The following items can be dropped off: Paper, Plastics, Cardboard, Metal, Glass bottles, Tetra-Pek, Polystyrene, Electronic Waste, Mixed Recyclables and other materials. Mixed recyclables e.g. mingled paper, plastics etc. These recyclables are not sorted into different recyclable streams. Any “other” recyclables apart from what is listed in the table above, e.g. white goods, wood, bricks, etc.

These materials are then taken to the recycling companies in the industry, such as, Consol, Mondi, SA Metal, Recycling associations, etc.

You can locate all these sites from the map page.

December issue is here!

Our latest issue should be in your postboxes shortly. For those of you with the benefit of the internet you can grab the latest copy in PDF format from the links below. A big thank you to Lee and Kurt Engeler for offering to help out with this issue while we wait on tender offers for future issues. If you are interested in taking on this challenge you can find more information on page 12.

There are two versions: One of a smaller size, but noticeably lower quality images. The higher quality version will look much better, but is not recommended for people with slow internet connections.

Edgemead News December 2010 Low Quality (2.2Mb)
Edgemead News December 2010 High Quality (8.6Mb)