The Association has always worked closely with the S.A.R.M. and the Department of Municipal Affairs. The success they have had demonstrated that people working together with mutual objectives, if they are tolerant of each other's point of view, can achieve goals that are beneficial to all. It is impossible for today's generation t realize values that existed prior to the Second World War. Some of the achievements in the early history of the Association may appear to be unimportant and insignificant now, but when they are considered in the contest of their time they are very important.

The founding officers and members of the Associated Committee would be gratified to know that the foundation they provided has endured and the aims and objectives today are similar to those they set out 75 years ago.