If you were a sponsor and/or supporter at Future City Fourways' Operation Clean Bridge grime and crime blitz on 12 March, you might be able to spot yourself and/or your company's corporate branding in the photographs published in four pages of Dainfern Valley's February 2016 newsletter.
FOURWAYS – After weeks of planning, Future City Fourways (FCF), together with the South African Police Services, Metro police, Johannesburg Emergency Services, and various other stakeholders, undertook a massive task of cleaning up the Witkoppen Bridge and the section of William Nicol Drive which runs under the bridge.
Listen to Hot91.9 FM Radio's live, 2 March interview with FCF's Susan Mottram and Advocate Jean Berdou (also chair of the Douglasdale CPF) about FCF's and the CPF's revitalisation campaigns for Fourways. The interview was hosted by radio DJ Ian F, who invited FCF back on air at a later date for a progress report.
WITKOPPEN – Future City Fourways (FCF), a community-funded, registered non-profit company created to uplift the Fourways area, officially launched its street cleaning programme on 12 December outside Fourways Crossing Shopping Centre.
ABOUT 200 community members came together to pick up litter on William Nicol Drive outside of Leaping Frog Shopping Centre, Fourways Crossing Shopping Centre and from under the Witkoppen bridge.
The public responded overwhelmingly to FCF's appeal for support for its 31 October Clean Sweep held along William Nicol Drive outside Leaping Frog Shopping Centre, Witkoppen Primary School and Fourways Crossing Shopping Centre, and under the Witkoppen Bridge.
ALTHOUGH all current city improvement district (CID) applications in the City of Joburg have been stopped based on the Supreme Court of Appeal judgment (Metrowatch forum case off to Concourt", October 23), the Future City Fourways (FCF) improvement district will continue with a voluntary application.
FOURWAYS – Future City Fourways submitted the first phase of its application to the Johannesburg Region E City Council for an improvement district licence on 2 October.
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