Invitation to a Public Meeting relating to the Happy Valley Milk Ltd Proposal, Otorohanga.
When: Thursday 31 May 2018 at 6pm for 6.15pm
Where: Otorohanga Club
Purpose: To provide an update on the HVM proposal and a forum for discussion.
Independent Facilitator: Marlene Oliver.
The decision of the Independent Hearing Commissioners for the Otorohanga District Council granted consent for the construction and operation of a dairy factory facility to be located at 5 Redlands Road, Otorohanga.
HVM is now preparing to seek further consents from the Waikato Regional Council.
The Company is holding the public meeting to provide an update on the proposal.
This is an open public meeting and anyone with an interest is welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be available.
Please RSVP by Thursday 24 May 2018 by email firstname.lastname@example.org if you will be coming to the public meeting so I can confirm the catering requirements to be served at 6pm.
If you have any particular topics or questions you wish to raise, then please include these in your reply so that we can arrange for the relevant people to be present at the meeting to provide either an answer, or alternatively further context on the matters you’ve raised.
The team from Happy Valley Milk looks forward to meeting with you at the public meeting.
Executive Assistant to Directors, Happy Valley Milk Limited.
Directors: Randolph van der Burgh I David McCann
If you are a low income earner and are the legal rate payer for your property you may be eligible for a rates rebate of up to $620.00.To confirm that you are entitled to a rates rebate please contact our Customer Services Team on (07) 873 4000, or click here for more information
Recently, a new safe speed camera was installed on State Highway 3 Otorohanga Road, just before Roberts Road heading north. The camera is not operating at the moment but will be switched on once the testing phase is complete. A full list of the new safe speed camera sites can be found at http://www.police.govt.nz/…/speed-limits…/safe-speed-cameras
The Rating Information Database is available for inspection at the office of the Council during normal Office hours.
The Rating Information Database records all information required by a local authority for setting and assessing rates on properties within their district. For each rating property this includes its valuation and any categories that belong to that property that are used to charge separate targeted rates.
This database does not include the name of the ratepayer nor any address other than the physical street address of the property. Owners’ names and addresses are available for inspection unless Council has received a written request for them to be suppressed.
A form is available from the Council office in Otorohanga, or here [PDF, 39 KB], for any owners’ who wish to suppress their names and/or addresses. The completed and signed forms can be returned to the office, emailed to email@example.com or posted to Otorohanga District Council, P O Box 11, Otorohanga.
The public are invited to attend the following ANZAC Day Services, and family of deceased RSA members are invited to join in the parades.
OTOROHANGA DAWN SERVICE - assemble at the Combined World War 1 and 2 Memorials at 6.00am
OTOROHANGA CIVIC PARADE – a parade will form up on the Otorohanga Reserve (Village Green ) at 10.00am and march to the combined World War 1 and 2 Memorials where a short service will be held and wreaths laid.
Organisations and the public are invited to lay wreaths on the Memorials.
In the case of inclement weather the service will be held at the Otorohanga Club, 107 Maniapoto Street, Otorohanga.
KAWHIA CIVIC PARADE – assemble at the Kawhia Community Centre, Jervois Street, Kawhia at 1.00pm.
Pursuant to Section 54 (2) of the Reserves Act 1977, public notice is hereby given of Council’s proposal to grant a lease of that part of the Otorohanga Domain containing the Otorohanga Motor Camp, formerly operating as Camp Kiwi, to Ms Tasha Smith for a term of 3 years with a further 2 year right of renewal.
Any person objecting to, or wishing to make a submission in respect of the proposal, is called upon to lodge notice of their objection (and grounds thereof) or submission in writing, to the Chief Executive by Friday 4 May 2018, at the office of the Council, 17 Maniapoto Street, Otorohanga.
We’re offering $57 OFF dog registration and microchipping if your dog hasn’t been registered before!
Thursday 29 March
Council Pound on Otewa Road
12 noon to 2pm
Friday 6 April
12 noon to 2pm
CASH PAYMENTS ONLY
This is only for dogs being registered for the first time.
If your dog is already microchipped, registration will only be $15.
The water provided by Council supplies may very slowly dissolve the metal of household pipes and plumbing fittings. This a very natural process, but one which can result in heavy metals such as copper being present in the water if it lies in the pipes or fittings for a long period.
It is therefore recommended that before using water for food preparation or drinking, taps should be run for two or three seconds to flush out any water that is so affected.
Otorohanga District Council has awarded a contract to The Lines Company of Te Kuiti for the installation of LED street lighting across the district. The existing 446 street lights will be replaced with the new technology Light Emitting Diode (LED) streetlights between December 2017 and March 2018. At the same time 53 additional new lights will be installed in some locations currently without lighting such as sections of Huiputea Drive and Wahanui Crescent.
The reduced power costs to operate the LED lights which use less than 40% than the current streetlights, and the reduced maintenance for greatly improved light technology generate significant savings to Council and the full cost of the new lights is repaid in savings within ten years. As an added advantage funding support of 85% of the $368,500 construction cost from Central Government made the decision to move to LED lighting a simple one.
The newer lights have proven in other parts of the world to be much more reliable that the old style bulb lights and will operate for much longer periods before bulbs need to be replaced, so the new lights wont fail as often leaving pedestrians in the dark less often.
Light bulbs will continue to be replaced from now until the installation work starts, but any old lighting units or equipment which fails will not be repaired, waiting instead until the unit is replaced with a new LED unit.