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Puhoi Community Forum Meeting to Be Held On Tuesday 27th August at 7.30pm at the Puhoi Sports Club – Agenda
PUHOI COMMUNITY FORUM
MEETING TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY 27TH AUGUST AT 7.30pm at
THE PUHOI SPORTS CLUB – CHAIRPERSON – DUSTYN O’LEARY
Confirmation of the Minutes of previous Meeting held on 30TH JULY 2019.
Matters Arising from those Minutes (not appearing on this Agenda)
Treasurer’s Report – for July – as previously circulated by Jenny Schollum.
Greg Sayers – Attending to talk with residents regarding transport and other local issues.
(i) Working Group Updates
Puhoi Pioneers Memorial Park
Community Orchard Final Plan & Creating a Working Group
Road Safety Group
AT & Traffic Calming
Puhoi Heritage Museum
Waiwera Valley Association
Puhoi Village Market
Civil Defense/Neighborhood Support
Update from Judith re Event Day
(ii) Miscellaneous Items
NEXT MEETING The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 24th September at 7.30pm.
Join us at this month’s market. Relaxed, quirky, family friendly, easy parking.
Music by Puhoi locals, Natalie Northover Winter and Rock ‘n Horse
New food truck this month. Brody and Josh are both professional chefs with over 20 years’ experience in an array of cuisines and decided to launch their sustainable burger concept earlier this year. Creating tasty beef and vegan burgers with the best local produce available.
Car boot spots available, book now. Many treasures to be found.
Final Reminder of Sunday’s Neighbourhood Support and Civil Defence Community Gathering in the Puhoi Hall
- 1pm individuals and community groups with businesses and organisations to promote come in to set up their displays.
- 2pm doors open to the public to look at the displays.Afternoon tea is served.
- 3pm all sit down to a session facilitated by Auckland Council Community Resilience Manager Melanie Hutton on preparing ourselves and our neighbours for safety in civil defense emergencies.
- 4pm session ends, stallholders pack up and we clean the hall.
Thanks for your support,organiser Judith Williams09 4220181
Following discussions at the Community Forum, we’re proceeding with plans for an orchard/garden/leisure area in the River Park where we’ve cleared the old sheep pens. Dustyn has has produced a first-cut plan for discussion of what we might want to do.
This is by no means a final plan – in fact feedback and suggestions at the forum will already see a change to the location/size of the horse pens to give more space. A well supported suggestion from Roz Broadmore was that we build a Pentanque court – an achievable community project which could give the village a nice summer evening location for a glass of wine and a fun game … more suggestions welcome (obviously these have to be low/zero budget ideas that we can do as a community as there’s no funding for us from the Council)