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Starting at Michael & Cindy Younger s Woolshed
Fundraiser for Northland Polo Club
Enquiries to: Les Taylor 439 7305
3-4 hour ride, followed by lunch.
$40 Adult; $25 16yrs & under; $100 Family consession
Registration essential Ph Karen 439 4704
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for registration forms
You must be registered BEFORE 23 APRIL
PAIHIA EX-SERVICEMEN'S ASSOC
The Club invites Returned Service Persons and the Public to
the Dawn Parade on Monday 25th April 2011
• 5.30am Assemble at the Clubrooms, Cnr School & Joyces
• 6.00am Fall in March to Memorial
• 6.15am Service alongside Canterbury Propeller Memorial
• 7.00am Service at Paihia Cemetery
• 7.30am Breakfast at the Clubrooms
• Medals and decorations to be worn please
FAR NORTH DISTRICT PLAN
Withdrawal of Plan Change 7 -- Amenity Values Chapter
incorporating the Kerikeri Waipapa Amenity Corridors.
Public Notice is hereby given, in accordance with Clause 8D of the First
Schedule of the Resource Management Act 1991, that the Far North
District Council has withdrawn Plan Change 7 -- Amenity Values Chapter,
incorporating the Kerikeri Waipapa Amenity Corridors as well as the
associated Kerikeri Waipapa Amenity Corridor Design Guidelines.
Reason for Withdrawal Of The Plan Change: The notified Plan
Change 7 included reference to Resource Map 28, incorporating the
Amenity Corridor Overlay. The Map utilised for this purpose referred
to an incorrect spatial area. To ensure clarity and integrity of the Plan
Change process, Plan Change 7 has been withdrawn. Notification of
the Plan Change "Amenity Values Chapter (incorporating the Kerikeri
Waipapa Amenity Corridors)" with reference to the correct spatial area
on Resource Map 28 will occur under the title of Plan Change 8.
FAR NORTH DISTRICT PLAN
Proposed Plan Change 8 -- Amenity Values Chapter
(incorporating the Kerikeri Waipapa Amenity Corridors)
Public Notice is hereby given, in accordance with Clauses 5 and
34 of the First Schedule of the Resource Management Act, that the
Far North District Council has prepared Proposed Plan Change
8 -- "Amenity Values Chapter (incorporating the Kerikeri Waipapa
Amenity Corridors)" and also prepared the associated draft "Kerikeri
Waipapa Amenity Corridor Design Guidelines".
Description of the Plan Change: Proposed Plan Change 8
introduces a new chapter "Amenity Values" to Part 3 of the District
Plan, "District Wide Provisions". The new chapter creates a district
wide framework for the maintenance and enhancement of amenity
values and incorporates provisions in relation to the amenity values
of the approach routes to Kerikeri and Waipapa, identified as the
Kerikeri Waipapa Amenity Corridors including Resource Map 28
showing the spatial extent of the amenity overlay. Council has also
prepared the draft "Kerikeri Waipapa Amenity Corridor Design
Guidelines" which are incorporated by reference to the Plan Change
that support the objectives of the Plan Change.
The Plan Change also includes consequential amendments to the
District Plan, including proposed changes to Definitions and the
Public Inspection: Plan Change 8, Resource Map 28 and the
associated draft Kerikeri Waipapa Amenity Corridor Design
Guidelines may be inspected during working hours at any Council
office, library or on the Council website www.fndc.govt.nz from 19
April 2011 onwards.
Submissions: Any person may make a written submission on Plan
Change 8 and the draft Kerikeri Waipapa Amenity Corridor Design
Guidelines. Submission forms are available from any Council office,
library or on the Council website www.fndc.govt.nz
Please use a submission form provided or a similar format that complies
with the Resource Management Regulations, Form 5. Submissions can
either be posted to the Far North District Council, PRIVATE BAG 752,
KAIKOHE; faxed to 09 407 0419, emailed to Plan.Changes@fndc.
govt.nz or delivered to any Council office. All submissions must be
received by 5.00pm Friday 27 May 2011.
Public Participation: After the closing date for submissions, the Far
North District Council must prepare a summary of submissions and
this summary must be publicly notified. This will be followed by an
opportunity to make a further submission in support of, or in opposition
to, a submission already made. All submitters who indicate that they
wish to be heard will be advised of the dates, times and place of
hearings. At the end of the hearings Council must give its decision
on Plan Change 8 (including its reasons for accepting or rejecting
submissions). Any person who has made a submission has a right to
appeal the Council decision to the Environment Court.
REFUSE TRANSFER STATIONS
Operating Hours over the Easter Period 2011
All Refuse Transfer Stations will be closed on Good Friday 22 April
and Easter Sunday 24 April. Sites will also be closed in the morning
on Anzac Day 25 April.
Normal operating hours will apply for Saturday 23 April. Sites will
be open from 1.00pm Monday 25 April.
The Refuse Transfer Stations affected by the closures are:
Awanui, Ahipara, Herekino, Houhora, Kaikohe, Kaitaia, Kohukohu,
Taipa, Whatuwhiwhi, Kaikohe, Opononi, Russell, Whangae,
For further information please contact on 0800 920 029.
INFRASTRUCTURE AND ASSET MANAGEMENT
REVIEW OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ACT FEES
Summary of Proposal
The Far North District Council ("the Council") hereby gives notice
that, pursuant to sections 82 and 150 of the Local Government Act
2002 and section 36 of the Resource Management Act 1991, it has
resolved to review the fees and charges in respect of:
Resource Management Act Fees
Submissions are invited on this proposal from Wednesday, 27 April
2011. The proposed fee schedule is available from Council's District
Office, Service Centres and FNDC Public libraries. It can also be
viewed on Council's website www.fndc.govt.nz
Submissions should be delivered to any Council Office or may be
posted Attention: Environmental Management Department, Private
Bag 752, Kaikohe 0440; or faxed to 09 407 0419; or emailed
to email@example.com Submissions should include your name,
address, telephone numbers and email address.
Submissions close on Wednesday, 1 June 2011.
Council will read and consider all submissions. Please clearly state if
you wish to speak to Council in support of your submission. Hearings
will be held on Thursday, 9 June 2011 and Council is scheduled to
deliberate and adopt the final fees schedule on Thursday, 9 June
2011. Please note that any submission made will be available to
the public, and that the hearings on this proposal will be open to
General Manager - Environmental Management
KERIKERI HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY 6th MAY 2011
This is our major annual fundraising
activity and we would really appreciate your
support of our students when they
approach you for work.
Mind Body Spirit Fair
Fri-Sat-Sun 10am -- 5pm
Paihia Memorial Hall
(next to Fire Station) FREE ENTRY
• Aura Photos • Reflexology • Crystals • Herbs
• Books • Mediumship • Creams • Angel Portaits
• Maori Healing • Tarot • Clairvoyants
• Energised Water • Biological Medicine
Need Direction? Always Tired?
Come see us for a nswers!
Inquiries: Dea n 021-373-404
THE MARKET PLACE
At Pete's Place, 460 Kerikeri Road
Every Sunday 9am-3pm
Starting 1st May
To pre book
Phone Christine 09 407 5906
Ph 405 8778
Bay of Islands
Kaikohe Bowling Club
28th April 2011
BOI Branch NZSG
30th April, 9.30am
Northtec, Room 1
Speaker: John Gibb
All Enquiries Phone:
09 401 7589
THE CENTRE AT KERIKERI - 1ST MAY - BOOK AT THE CENTRE
DRAFT ANNUAL PLAN
The Northland Regional Council's Draft Annual Plan 2011-2012 year is available for public comment from
Wednesday 6 April to Friday 6 May. The Annual Plan provides updated financial information, including
proposed budget and rates, for the 12 months from 1 July.
It also includes a number of new proposals for Northlanders to consider:
redirection of the council's investment income;
new river management rates;
revised Dangerous Dams Policy;
changes to the Navigation, Water Transport and Maritime Safety Bylaw Charges;
changes to the Navigation Safety Bylaw.
Redirection of council's investment income would allow the council to directly fund projects that will
grow the region's economy, raise living standards and make it a better place to live. Council's preference
is to phase this change in over five years. If this is adopted each ratepayer will incur an annual rate
increase of about $18 over each of the five years.
The proposed new river management rate for the Wha- nga
- rei district has two funding options -- a
uniform charge over all ratepayers in the Wha- nga- rei district of about $17 or a differentiated rate where
properties pay on a graduated scale dependent on their location (proposed rates increases range from
$8 to $179).
More flood reduction works for Kaeo and Tauranga Bay are proposed. These would be paid for by
ratepayers in the former Whangaroa ward area and could cost between $109 to $175 annually
depending on whether they are paid for over five, seven or 10 years.
The Dangerous Dams Policy is reviewed every five years and now incorporates flood-prone and
earthquake-prone dams. Landowners with identified dams and interested stakeholders are being sent
the revised policy.
The bylaw changes amend definitions and fee categories; allow council to grant or renew mooring
licences whether or not they have a resource consent, cancel mooring licences for specific situations,
inspect moorings and set mooring guidelines.
We want you to have your say on our Draft Annual Plan. A 16-page summary -- including a submission
form - is being sent to homes throughout Northland.
Full copies of the Draft Annual Plan are available from all regional council offices. The Draft Annual Plan,
the summary, the Dangerous Dams Policy and revised bylaws can also be viewed on the council's website
Written submissions can be sent to: Northland Regional Council, Private Bag 9021,
Wha- nga- rei Mail Centre, Wha- nga- rei 0148. They can also be faxed to 09 438 0012 or emailed to
Submissions close at 3.00pm on Friday 6 May.
If you/your organisation would like a regional council spokesperson to attend a meeting to discuss the
Draft Annual Plan, please contact Angela Jane on 0800 002 004 or email her firstname.lastname@example.org
Putting Northland first
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