Council has a number of matters it is seeking your feedback on in the next few weeks. 1. How can we engage with you? WDC is reviewing the Significance and Engagement Policy and want to hear your thoughts on how Council can engage with you. Feedback closing September 26. https://shape.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/how-can-we-engage-you 2. Reshape Waikato Council is… Read More WDC WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU
Invitation to the community from John and Dorothy, current owners of the Sculpture Park and Waitakaruru Arboretum. “Together with a panel of supporters, we are in the process of setting up a charitable trust to ensure the park’s future. The key to an effective and enduring trust is a good quality board and committed volunteers… Read More Would you like to be involved in the Art-in-Nature Arboretum Trust?
Covering a huge area that includes the Waikato River and a long western coast the Waikato District Council has issued proposed amendments to the plan to address the impact of natural hazards and climate, details of which can be found here: https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/news/public-notices/article/2020/07/27/proposed-waikato-district-plan—stage-2-of-proposed-plan-and-variation-2-to-stage-1 The drop in on Tuesday gives you the opportunity to discuss the plan… Read More WDC Natural Hazard and Climate Plan Drop In. 3 – 6.30 p.m. September 1 at Tamahere Community Centre.
The weather was perfect to welcome “St George’s” to our Little Library lineup. There were plenty of generous book donations and delighted readers giving new homes to many. All of the little libraries’ stocks are now replenished and there is a box of books to restock shelves when supplies get low. Thank you to all… Read More Great weekend for book sharing!
“THIEVES IN THE VILLAGELast night, Sunday 16th, our car had stuff stolen from it. It was parked in our drive. We lost: prescription sunglasses, an old iPod, some binoculars and a can of screen de-icer. The sunnies and the iPod are useless to anyone but me. I’m posting this because there have been several other… Read More Community Post – Theft Alert
The two Little libraries in Matangi Village, opposite the Four Square, and made for us by people at Springhill prison, have been a great success. Some books these days are a bit bigger though and Matangi resident, Brian Bowell, has now made us a very special, new, Little Library to sit beside the two we… Read More Inaugural Matangi book share. Saturday 22 August, 10 – 12 noon. welcome our new little library. Have a chat, grab a book to read and/or bring books to giveaway.
‘We first and foremost want our taproom to be a local community space, a place for people to meet. All people young and old are welcome. We are quite limited as far as our space and infrastructure, but willdo our best to accommodate everyone. We are dog friendly, but please dogs must be under control… Read More Bootleg Taproom opens at Matangi Factory
Agenda items include an update on efforts to get support from council for traffic calming, signage and an improvement in the appearance at the Matangi village entrances. Any Agenda items or queries please contact MCC Secretary – Kitty Burton 0273411906, Burton@hnpl.net.