Waikato District Council’s inorganic service will not be taking place as usual. The service, which is traditionally held around this time of year, wasn’t included in the refuse and recycling targeted rate for 2018/19 as this service is inconsistent with the Government’s direction to reduce waste going to landfill, Council’s Acting General Manager Service Delivery… Read More Council’s inorganic service not being run as usual
NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR Please see Rob’s latest letter below or click here Previous newsletters are available here: from your Local Councillor
The second round of speed limit amendments have been adopted by Waikato District Council under guidance from NZ Transport Agency’s Speed Management Guide. Speed limit signs will be adjusted and the new speed limits will come into force once that is completed, estimated to be late April 2019. A list of roads with speed limit… Read More Speed limit reductions
What is a Blueprint? The aim of the Blueprints is to provide a high-level overview of how the district could progress over the next 30 years and how to address the community’s social, economic and environmental needs. Go online to have your say at http://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/blueprints https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/your-council/plans-policies-and-bylaws/plans/blueprints/local-area-blueprints/matangi-local-area-blueprint between Friday 8 March and 5pm Monday 8 April,… Read More Reminder: Feedback on Council’s Blueprint project
Matangi Community committee Meeting Monday March 18, 7.30 p.m. Recreation Centre, Matangi School. All Welcome. Agenda items include: Update on St David’s, Update on footpath/cycle way, Waikato District and Matangi Blueprint https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/your-council/plans-policies-and-bylaws/plans/blueprints/local-area-blueprints/matangi-local-area-blueprint , Preparation of submission on traffic concerns and suggested options to resolve them. Previous Minutes are here: Minutes 25 Feb 2019 If you have… Read More Matangi Community Committee Meeting 18 March 2019
Please see latest newsletter from Rob McGuire our Waikato District Councillor below or here: WDC Feb 2019 Newsletter NEWS FROM YOUR WAIKATO DISTRICT COUNCILLOR I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year. The summer holidays and relaxing at the beach are now a distant memory. We have a bumper fruit crop this… Read More Rob McGuire’s February 2019 Newsletter
Try something new in the neighbourhood!Open night at Matangi Hall Indoor Bowling Club. 7.15pm Tuesday 12th March .$2 Gets you a raffle & supper, coaching & plenty of laughs.It is our 70th birthday this year so come along, have a go. You may end up getting your name up on the honours board in our… Read More Open night Matangi Hall Bowling Club – 70th Birthday!
At the December meeting of the Matangi Community meeting discussion centred on concern about the future of St David’s church and land as we had been informed that the St Francis Cooperating Parish has requested authority to sell it. It is important to recognise that a considerable portion of the land owned by the church… Read More What will be the future for St David’s?
The next Matangi Community Committee meeting will be held on: 7.30 p.m., Monday 25 February at the Recreation Centre, Matangi School. All welcome. Matters to discuss will include an update on the future of St David’s Church, the Waikato District Council Blueprint documents which are due to be made available this month and any progress… Read More Matangi Community Committee Meeting
The footpaths along Tauwhare Rd are looking good! WDC have completed the length of path to the berry farm, and have completed as much remedial work as they are going to do on the Taplin Rd path and berm. Re the hall, the hall committee are organising and soon to construct a fence along the… Read More Tauwhare Road footpath coming along