The week begining August 3 is our week for the Council Inorganic Rubbish Collection. Their website states that items should be put out the day before the week of collection. Please check as to how much and what can and cannot be uplifted. https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/services-facilities/refuse-and-recycling/inorganic-collection Yes we can collect Furniture, eg chairs, tables, cabinets Lawnmowers and… Read More Matangi area – Put your Inorganic Rubbish out on August 2
Well done Matangi on a great turnout last night to meet with Waikato District Councillors and Staff to discuss the Matangi Blueprint. Feedback on local area and districtwide Blueprints can be entered here: https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/your-council/plans-policies-and-bylaws/plans/blueprints/local-area-blueprint-feedback. All residents are welcome to participate as individuals or on behalf of a group.
As previously advised the Matangi Blueprint discussion will be held 30th June, 7 p.m. at Matangi School. In addition to the Blueprint document on the Council website https://matangiforum.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/waikato-blueprint-report-matangi.pdf we have received this progress to date report for discussion on Tuesday.
Councillors Janet Gibb, Aksel Bech and Rob McGuire will be here with District Council staff to discuss the future of our area with you. Get the details here : https://matangilink.nz/2020/06/18/blueprint-discussion-30-june/
There was a break in at St David’s church, Matangi ,at about 11.40 p.m. last night. If you have any information that would help identify who is responsible please contact Rev Ovidiu Motofelea, St George Orthodox Parish, 021750431
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If you need assistance, you can continue to phone the Waikato Welfare Call Centre on 0800 800 405. This helpline is open 9am-5pm, seven days a week. A new Northern Emergency Operating Centre has been set up this week to provide a combined civil defence response as the country moves into Alert Level 2. The… Read More Emergency Response Teams Combine to continue to offer support to those in need.