A big WDC Consultation Month begins – feedback due by May 7.

On April 7 Council opened consultation on a number of matters that will directly impact residents. Feedback on each of the following is due on May 7. The Long Term Plan consultation requests feedback on specific issues such as General rate increases, pensioner housing and the Inorganic Rubbish Collection ( our next collection is the… Read More A big WDC Consultation Month begins – feedback due by May 7.

Lots to Learn at the Sculpture Park this Easter Weekend

Seeds of Renewal celebrates the 30 years since the rehabilitation of the former quarry began. The Art-in-Nature Arboretum Trust has invited presentations ranging from seed collection and propagation of trees to soil improvement and organic gardening. Day Timeslot Title of Workshop Key Presenter(s) Friday, 2nd April 11am Propagating NZ Natives Tony & May Ho Full… Read More Lots to Learn at the Sculpture Park this Easter Weekend

Matangi Community Meeting, 09.02.2021. Rec. Centre, Matangi School 7.30 p.m.

The Matangi Community Committee, which was set up to liaise with Council, meets quarterly to discuss matters of interest to the community and raise questions with Councillor Rob McGuire who is a regular attendee. Everyone is welcome to attend and join the discussion. We have been fortunate to have an offer from the Tamahere Lions… Read More Matangi Community Meeting, 09.02.2021. Rec. Centre, Matangi School 7.30 p.m.

Free Pop Up Business School for Waikato District, 8 – 19 March 2021

“This is going to be the best darn business course you will have ever been on. It doesn’t matter if your passion is baking cakes, flying drones, art, crafts, dog walking, supporting the community or writing blogs; we can show you how to make money doing it!” https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/popup-business-school-waikato-district-2021-tickets-126895711489 “Budding entrepreneurs living or working in the… Read More Free Pop Up Business School for Waikato District, 8 – 19 March 2021

WDC – Keeping of animals in urban areas – Have your say.

As urban areas includes village and rural residential some Matangi people may want to read about the proposed changes to this bylaw and make submission on support for it or make suggestions for other provisions or wording. You can read the proposed changes to the Bylaw and make a submission here: https://shape.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/proposed-amendments-keeping-animals-bylaw-2015