The Matangi Community Committee was set up to contribute to the Matangi community plan and to be a liaison point between Waikato District Council and the local community. It provides an opportunity to raise local issues with council, coordinate responses to Council proposals and funding opportunities and to hear about Council matters from our local… Read More Matangi Community Committee Quarterly Meeting, 7.30 p.m., Tuesday November 15, Tamahere Council and Community Space. All Welcome.
Here is a great opportunity to catch up with what the sports club is planning to do and join them in welcoming our new Council representatives and thanking Rob McGuire. Please see the attached invitation and rsvp to Lance if you are going to attend. Lance.Rapana@tehauora.co.nz or contact him if you have any queries.
The original Matangi Hall opened in 1904 and was run by a community committee until it burnt down in 1959. The community built a new one in its place and passed ownership to the Waikato Council in 1962. From that time the Hall has been funded by local ratepayer contributions and hire fees and administered… Read More Matangi Hall Committee AGM, Matangi Hall, 478 Tauwhare Road, Wednesday 16 November 7.30 p.m. – we need some new members.
Next Meet the Candidates meeting is at Tamahere September 20. If you are enrolled to vote you will receive your voting papers for Local and Regional Government roles sometime within the next week. They will include details of how to vote and profiles of the candidates seeking election. Any questions you have may be addressed… Read More Voting begins now and closes 12 noon October 8!
Further details on each candidate can be found on Council’s website here https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/your-council/local-elections-2022/candidates
Mayoral Candidates Tamahere Woodlands Ward (Two Vacancies) Tamahere Woodlands Ward Candidates Tai Raro Takiwaa Maaori Ward (one vacancy) Tai Raro Takiwaa Maaori Ward candidates Matangi Community Committee and Matangi Hall Committee invite you to join us to acknowledge Rob for his long term representation of the interests of the area at Council and to meet those… Read More Public Meeting to Farewell Rob McGuire and to Meet the Candidates. 3.30 p.m., 10 September, Matangi Hall.
One matter for discussion is whether an application should be made for funding available for environmental, infrastructure and community projects from the funding being offered to Councils under the transition to Three Waters named Better Off Funding. Of $31,531,126, allocated to the Waikato District applications are open, until August 19, for $7.88 m from individuals,… Read More Matangi Community Committee Meeting, Tuesday August 9, Council and Community Space (Above the Tamahere Pharmacy), 7.30 p.m. All welcome
forms.gle/84BybtvdnfoZDvnY7 Survey results will be reported to the Matangi Community Committee Meeting. Tuesday May 17, 7.30 p.m. Tamahere Council and Community Space, above the Tamahere Pharmacy. All Welcome.
The Matangi Community Committee and the Waikato District Council are working together to decide what to do about replacing the cherry trees in the village on Matangi Road, most of which have come to the end of their natural lives. The suggested choices have been approved by Council as appropriate for the location. There is… Read More New Roadside trees for Matangi? Crepe Mrytle, Kowhai, Mountain Haze cherry, Taiwan Cherry or the same tree as we have now? Have your say.
There are a few new items from Council of importance to Matangi Residents and a big one still outstanding. Electoral change. The Matangi community has straddled the Eureka-Tamahere Ward border but we will now all be in the new Tamahere-Woodlands Ward, which extends from Tamahere to Woodlands Road in Gordonton, and will vote for 2… Read More WDC electoral change and new services