|After the stream was dug it went back to this which was|
no deeper than what it was before the excavator moved in
It now transpires that Van Eeden’s firm is doing what I advocated six months ago even though that mysterious authorisation has not been obtained.
|Some of the first nets that were erected|
|Nets put up more recently near the stream|
|Left to nature this is how vegetation is growing on the|
dunes on the edge of the Council's sand pit next to the beach
|What the dunes in the Council's sand pit next to the beach|
look like after being shifted around and netted.
The depressing thing is that spending on nets and putting them up is not yet over because Van der Merwe says that the City will soon be advertising for quotes for “the remaining netting and maintenance work required on the site.” He added that the cost of this would only be known once the job had been awarded.
See:City won't stop dumping your money;
Is cape-town wasting more money on a rubbish dump;
cape town's huge waste of money
It spread so quickly it got the alien tag so your Council would rather carry on squandering millions than plant this. Meanwhile a whole mountainside is covered with it
a few kilometers from Witsands and your Council is doing nothing to get rid of that. It is now flowering, so it won’t be long before millions more Port