SO, IN THE BEGINNING - PART lV:
Mr. H. Whitehead,
Jelf Taylor Crescent,
dd. 27th October 2005. (and delivered by hand)
Dear Mr. Whitehead,
re: HIGHLY TECHNICAL COMPUTERISED ANTI-THEFT DEVICES INSTALLED ON STREETLIGHT POLES NUMBERS 6 AND 8 HARRIS CRESCENT IN 2004
I wish to record that as of today's date, I have yet to receive any form of response to the above matter.
I personally left a set of 3 letters (see attached copies), clearly marked for your personal attention, at your Security Desk on the 9th September 2005. The gentleman on duty informed Mrs. Rosemary Naidoo on his phone and was informed that they would be collected from the desk.
In the light of the Natal Mercury's front page report today I find this entire situation even more disturbing.
The fact that your Projects Manager, Mr. Alan Spence, actually rushed out to visit me personally when I first voiced my misgivings regarding the attachments to the 2 poles. The fact that Mr. Spence spent some time reassuring me that it was only 1 of 2 similar setups created due to cable theft. The fact that Mr. Oliver told me a few weeks ago when he removed the boxes that he had no idea why they had been installed as they were empty. (a fact that I and a neighbour will dispute).
Mr. Spence Jr., Mike Oliver and the recently departed Chris Gower can in no way be categorised as unqulified employees and no doubt have excellent credentials which begs the question; what on earth is going on?
Shortly after writing the 3rd and final letter addressed to yourself, both of my computers were wiped out. One of which has not been connected to the Internet for over 3 years. The damage caused therefore, can only be ascribed to the electricity supply fed to our house.
Since Mike Oliver 'adjusted' the two poles, the series of streetlights starting outside our property at 8 Harris Crescent and up to No. 33 Harris Crescent, still run on a different schedule to the rest of the streetlights visible.
I wish to iterate that until such time as these lights are adjusted to run with the rest of the streetlights I will continue to consider there to be a fault with your electricity supply to our residence which could be causing repeated damage to equipment in our household.
I await your reply with interest.
Put them all together they spell CORRUPTION bigtime. now Friday 10th November at 8.33am.
the chopper up earlier and headed off down towards the Outer Ring Road. Work being done overnight over by Randles/Brickfield Road.
Must be noted here that since the initial installation way back in 2004 our streetlights have NOT been synchronised at all. But this last week with the changes made to equipment storage, they are practically back to normal. another wait and see situation?
More letters to follow.