Waka Kotahi NZTA BoP Waikato are looking at options to make the SH1 Tamahere Interchange safer for everyone who uses it, especially walkers and cyclists. To find out more about the options and to talk to the project team, drop in to the Tamahere Community Centre this Thursday from 2.30pm to 7pm. More information available… Read More SH1 interchange safety drop in session at Tamahere, 29 July.
It’s great to see the footpath along Matangi Road is growing. We are seeing lots of people utilising it already. A much less muddy walk to school and helping us Matangi-ites take advantage of the upcoming spring days for walks and exercise and saying hello to fellow walkers. Awesome.
NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR Our Annual Plan 2019-20 was recently completed. The June issue of Council’s newsletter, Link, gives a snapshot of What Council Does. I have requested a copy of the full document – contact me if would like to borrow it. Waikato District Council maintains 1,836km of sealed roads and 241km… Read More Rob McGuire’s July 2019 Newsletter
NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR Please see Rob’s latest letter below or click here Previous newsletters are available here: from your Local Councillor
Matangi Community committee Meeting Monday March 18, 7.30 p.m. Recreation Centre, Matangi School. All Welcome. Agenda items include: Update on St David’s, Update on footpath/cycle way, Waikato District and Matangi Blueprint https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/your-council/plans-policies-and-bylaws/plans/blueprints/local-area-blueprints/matangi-local-area-blueprint , Preparation of submission on traffic concerns and suggested options to resolve them. Previous Minutes are here: Minutes 25 Feb 2019 If you have… Read More Matangi Community Committee Meeting 18 March 2019
Please see latest newsletter from Rob McGuire our Waikato District Councillor below or here: WDC Feb 2019 Newsletter NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year. The summer holidays and relaxing at the beach are now a distant memory. We have a bumper fruit crop this… Read More Rob McGuire’s February 2019 Newsletter
The footpaths along Tauwhare Rd are looking good! WDC have completed the length of path to the berry farm, and have completed as much remedial work as they are going to do on the Taplin Rd path and berm. Re the hall, the hall committee are organising and soon to construct a fence along the… Read More Tauwhare Road footpath coming along
Please see Rob’s latest newsletter below or here: wdc-news-dec-2018-matangi.pdf Previous newsletters are available here: from your Local Councillor
Sadly this is currently closed while it undergoes assessment to determine extent of some damage due to apparent tampering. From the Woodcock side you can still use the gully track, There is a Stuff article below and the WDC Facebook page will also contain updates. https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/106209089/waikato-swing-bridge-temporarily-shut-due-to-tampering-concerns
Just thought we should celebrate this with a post! Here are some photo’s…