Mark your calendars for this great Plant Sale, Saturday 7 October 9am – 12pm
Mark your calendars for this upcoming Matangi Fundraiser! “St Johns and HEARTsafe will provide an hour of CPR training and AED demonstrations on the day of the 9th at the Cafe, we have a small marquee in case of rain so it should be good. Will have a candyfloss machine as well possibly and maybe a… Read More Community Fundraiser for Matangi Defibrillator
Matangi is included in Stage Three of the Greater Auckland Regional Rapid Rail proposal (providing better transport links across the Golden Triangle of Auckland Hamilton and Tauranga) See the proposal on their website for further detail: https://www.greaterauckland.org.nz/2017/08/17/introducing-regional-rapid-rail/
Just a reminder to be vigilant with your security as there have been reports of Burglaries with the village recently. Police are aware of two but suspect there are more. There have also been reports of people seen snooping around properties. When we consulted Phil Bell of the Police Crime Prevention Team earlier in the… Read More Burglaries within Village
Thanks to NZTA for supplying us an information sheet on the Matangi Road Bridge. You can access it here: Info Sheet Matangi Road or see below.
The Matangi Community Committee Future Proof Document for Submission prepared by Dan can be found here: Submission by Matangi Community Committee- for Futureproof review 160717 Along with the Matangi Community Plan 2013 For tonight’s meeting and your information.
Agenda Appoint Chairperson and secretary/treasurer Approve bank account authority Discuss draft submission to Future Proof review which will be posted on Matangi Link by Monday morning. Sorry for late notice but submissions close on 21 July – http://www.futureproof.org.nz/page/101-consultation General Business All Welcome Queries to Kitty Burton please
Introducing members of the Matangi Community Committee : Darren McNae, Catherine Lang, Dan McDaid, Christine Miller, Jen Richardson, Glenn Otton, Phil Bertrand, Joan Clare, Harry Mowbray, David Taylor and Kitty Burton.
Matangi School this week welcomed the arrival of two temporary classrooms to cater for recent growth in pupil numbers. The roll is at it’s highest since 1971, currently at 162.
All stepped down from the Community Committee at the meeting on June 19 after many years of commitment and advocacy for the Matangi Community. Graham has been the chairperson since the committee was set up. As well as liaising with Council, as members of the Community Committee, they have worked through the Community Plan process… Read More Special thanks for their service to and support of Matangi to Graham Membery, Ian Wallace and Gerry Versteeg