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14 March 2019

Greyton Leiwater

It is time again for the completion of applications for the supply of Leiwater.

An Application form for the forthcoming season is attached or can be obtained from the TWK offices.

It will be understood by all that the drought, which has officially been declared a National disaster, has impacted severely on the ability of the municipality to supply Leiwater on a regular and sustainable basis.

In an endeavour to ensure the fairest possible distribution between all Leiwater users should water become available, TWK has determined upon a number of changes to be made to the operation of the Leiwater system for the duration of the forthcoming Leiwater season.

  1. For the duration of the season, if there is sufficient rainfall, Leiwater will be released and charged for on a month to month basis.
  2. Leiwater users will be billed in arrears in respect of any month in which Leiwater may be released. In so far as the supply during any one month is concerned, the risk of the supply not being fully sustained for such month must remain that of the Leiwater users, as has always been the case.
  3. For the duration of this coming season, all weekly timeslots will be limited to 30 minutes per Leiwater user. This should ensure that each user gets a fair share of the Leiwater available and that the dams have time to fill up overnight.

Finally, as we all know, the Greyton Leiwater system has historically played a valuable and significant role in the development, growth and popularity of the whole of Greyton. Notwithstanding the devastating drought, which we are all enduring and which still persists, the continued existence of the Greyton Leiwater system remains a treasure and an integral part of Greyton’s history, reputation, and future.

Be part of continuing history and tradition of Greyton.

Complete the application form today and submit to gailgr@twk.org.za or hand in at Greyton Office by 30 April 2019.

No late applications will be accepted after the cut-off date.


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Last published 14 March 2019