Another victory for Participative Democracy – dear Cape Town


DEAR CAPE TOWN ::: The Executive Deputy Mayor pointed out that the City received extensive public input on the draft budget for 2018/19 and that these mainly relate to the proposed increase in the water tariffs. [click the link to view the full report]

The Executive Mayor informed the meeting that, due to the vast number of comments received, a disc containing all comments and/or objections would be made available to all councillors.

It is RECOMMENDED that:

– the public participation process conducted in respect of – the draft budget for 2018/2019 be noted;
– the changes resulting from public comments already included in the budget be approved;
– the budget be further amended as a consequence of the public comments received where appropriate and/or necessary;
– appropriate responses be given to all respondents on the budget, where possible;
– comments be referred to the relevant Directorates for consideration in terms of their available resources or realignment of their implementation plans;
– the comments/ objections received be considered in current and future budget processes

Due to the vast number of individual comments and/or objections which were received and the limited time available for processing same, Directorates were further engaged in scrutinising and responding to comments at the time of finalisation of this report.

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Another victory for Participative Democracy – dear Cape Town ajax loader

Another victory for Participative Democracy – dear Cape Town

The Executive Mayor informed the meeting that, due to the vast number of comments received, the budget be further amended as a consequence of the public comments received where appropriate and/or necessary.


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