Various urgent issues

by | Nov 21, 2019 | Blog, Water, Water, Infrastructure and Maintenance

We thought it right and proper to bring to your attention various issues that may have serious consequences for the forthcoming holiday season.

Over the course of the last few months, KOSRA has put its collective heads together to work out ways to make things that don’t work, WORK!  Some of our efforts have focused on:

  • Sewerage & Honeysuckers
  • Damage to the sea wall at Middle Beach
  • Braai facilities at Middle Beach
  • Potholes
  • Potable water
  • River water

For each of our, either long or short term solutions, we need written permission from The Executive Mayor or the Municipal Manager and the Heads of the relevant departments, to undertake the work required to make the 2019/20 holiday season as enjoyable and stress-free as possible.

Please read the attached letter to find out what is happening.



Recent articles

Beaufort Street

KOSRA has been notified by the Ndlambe Town Planning Department of an application to consolidate two vacant plots on the northern side of Beaufort Street, abutting on the Spar property.

More on the proposed service station

KOSRA was asked by Talk of the Town to appear on their weekly video show last week. Here we addressed the hair-raising topic of SANRAL’s proposed service station at the entrance of our beloved, small coastal town Kenton On Sea.

Media statement 13 October

Reported daily cases of Corona Virus are on the decline, however we need to guard against a second wave

Kenton Crime on the Rise

Here are the latest crime stats from Hi-Tec Security Coastal, for the month of September 2020, for Kenton-on-Sea, Bushman’s, Riversbend and Merryhill.

Water Scarcity Looming this Festive Season

In preparation for the busy festive season, we encourage all residents and business owners to purchase and install water storage tanks if they haven’t already done so.

Sudden Pizza Heat

KOSRA has suddenly been inundated with vehement e-mails from numerous property owners in the area near Main Beach.

Kenton Security Update & Funding

So far this year – and this is according to HiTec stats – we have had 62 incidents. That equates to 7,75 incidents per month.

Share This