Matangi School students had their chance to contribute to the community on Friday May 20 when they joined teachers, parents and Matangi Community members in dodging the showers to plant more than 2,000 daffodils provided to the Community Committee by the Waikato District Council place making team. This is the second year for this great… Read More Daffodil planting at the Jack Foster Reserve 2022
The Matangi Community Committee Survey on trees for the village section of Matangi Road received 100 carefully considered responses to produce a clear choice. More than half of respondents had the Prunus yedoensis ‘Mountain Haze’ as their first or second choice. It was great to see so many responses and the care with which people… Read More Matangi Trees Community Survey Outcomes May 2022
forms.gle/84BybtvdnfoZDvnY7 We have a lot of responses and thoughtful feedback but just in case you didn’t get round to it please enter your choices now. It doesn’t take long and your input will be greatly appreciated. Survey results will be reported to the Matangi Community Committee Meeting. Tuesday May 17, 7.30 p.m. Tamahere Council and… Read More Reminder: Please complete the Matangi tree survey. Closing extended to May 12.
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
The Waikato District Council Parks Department staff are developing a proposal for community consultation on parking in the Jack Foster Reserve with the intention of completing the work in this financial year. The Matangi Community Committee had submitted to the Long term plan last year asking Council to consider a Reserve Plan for the Jack… Read More Plan for Jack Foster Reserve?
Waikato District’s Creative Communities Scheme (CCS) is seeking applications, until noon on 14 March, from local individuals or groups that need financial support towards creative and performing arts projects. Since its inception in 1995, Waikato District Council has administered the funds for the district on behalf of Creative NZ. The Assessment Committee encourages candidates who might… Read More Applications for Funding for Creative and Performing Arts Projects closes 14 March.
https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/news/public-notices/article/2022/01/16/proposed-waikato-district-plan-decision-notification Following Council’s request last year to delay the notification of decisions on the Proposed District Plan the decisions are now public. Some locations in the Matangi Area have attained zone changes that will be of interest including the Matangi Zone which will pertain to the Matangi Dairy Factory site. https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/docs/default-source/your-council/plans-policies-and-bylaws/plans/district-plan-review/decisions/proposed-waikato-district-plan-(decisions-version)/part-3-area-specific-matters/special-purpose-zones/part-3_22-mtz-matangi-zone.pdf?sfvrsn=65e59ac9_2 There were a number… Read More Proposed Waikato District Plan Decision Notification January 2022
30 NOVEMBER 2021 Topics: Community halls reopen, Total Mobility door to door transport support subsidised by Council and Waka Kotahi, Bylaws for feedback in January including Easter trading Hours policy (16 January) , Speed management Bylaw (23 January) , and Dog Control By Law and policy Review (26 January) . https://shape.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/