Who sup­plies ware­house?

Grocott's Mail - - NEWS - By KATHRYN CLEARY

Af­ter a ci­ti­zen wit­nessed some­one steal­ing wire and other ma­te­ri­als from a ware­house in Knight Street, they en­tered the un­locked and derelict look­ing build­ing to find un­marked and un­touched wa­ter-sav­ing sup­plies.

Boxes post­marked Novem­ber 2014 filled with ledger books for the mu­nic­i­pal­ity fill half the room.

Wa­ter me­ters and meter cov­ers sit in cob­web-cov­ered heaps, scat­tered across the floor soaked in bird fae­ces.

Green toi­let blocks re­main neatly packed in tens of boxes, some opened and poured out as if search­ing for some­thing more in­ter­est­ing.

The only liv­ing thing that seemed to care about the con­tents of the ware­house was one large pi­geon, coo­ing softly from the dusty beams.

Makana has been ap­proached about the ma­te­ri­als and said they would in­ves­ti­gate.

If you know any­thing about th­ese re­sources please What­sapp Gro­cott's Mail at 076 733 1770 or mes­sage us on our Face­book page, Gro­cott's Mail.

Photo: Kathryn Cleary

Wa­ter me­tre equip­ment that ap­pears to be­long to no­body.

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