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.

Quarterly Matangi Community Committee Meeting, Tuesday 10 August, 7.30 p.m. at the Tamahere Council and Community space. All Welcome

Our meetings are usually held at the Matangi School but with some changes to spaces at the school at the moment we decided to take the opportunity to utilise the new council community space at Tamahere – the rooms are upstairs from the Tamahere Pharmacy. We will be back in Matangi for our next meeting.… Read More Quarterly Matangi Community Committee Meeting, Tuesday 10 August, 7.30 p.m. at the Tamahere Council and Community space. All Welcome

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.

SH1 interchange safety drop in session at Tamahere, 29 July.

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.