Applications for Funding for Creative and Performing Arts Projects closes 14 March.

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.

Proposed Waikato District Plan Decision Notification January 2022

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

Do you need assistence with transport to get out and about? – WDC has a susidised service coming to our area

Find out more and register your interest here: http://ow.ly/VIOQ50GFHA3 Waikato District Council If an illness, disability or pain prevents you from getting out and about, our friends at Total Mobility can help. Launching in Tamahere, Newstead, Tauwhare and Matangi areas soon, we will provide registered users a 50 per cent discount on certain transport options… Read More Do you need assistence with transport to get out and about? – WDC has a susidised service coming to our area

NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR – 25 SEPTEMBER 2021

Council met via Zoom on 9th, 10th of September to consider submissions to the 2021 Representation Review Final Proposal.  228 submissions were received on the initial proposal before the closing date.  24 submitters indicated their support of the initial proposal  164 submitters indicated they do not support the initial proposal  27… Read More NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR – 25 SEPTEMBER 2021

Council seeking feedback on new Bylaw about moving Livestock on Roads. Submissions close 29 October

Council previously had a Livestock Movement Bylaw 2011 which has now expired and is therefore no longer enforceable. Within rural areas of the Waikato District, livestock are moved using roads as part of the everyday operations of some farms. This activity has the potential to affect the safety of road users and the surface of… Read More Council seeking feedback on new Bylaw about moving Livestock on Roads. Submissions close 29 October

What will your options be at the next Council elections? Time to have your say.

Submissions in response to council’s proposed electorate and Ward system for the next Local Government elections close at 5 p.m. on Friday August 20. When the Matangi Community Committee met last Tuesday evening the proposed Reshape was discussed and those present resolved to submit in opposition to Council’s proposal to place Matangi within a Hamilton… Read More What will your options be at the next Council elections? Time to have your say.

Reshape Waikato Public discussion, Eureka Hall, 7pm, Friday 6 August.

Sue Edmonds has organised a public meeting for Friday Night at the Eureka Hall. All Welcome. The proposed Waikato District Council Ward boundaries make quite a difference to the current situation in which the Eureka and Tamahere Wards represent this corner of the District. The proposed plan joins the local communities/wards to larger areas in… Read More Reshape Waikato Public discussion, Eureka Hall, 7pm, Friday 6 August.