Hutt News : September 13th 2011
17 HUTT NEWS, SEPTEMBER 13, 2011 HUTT CITY RUGBY GUIDE Rugby fever is here! Pick up a copy of the Hutt City Rugby Guide today from libraries, pools, the Hutt City i-SITE and other Council facilities. It s your guide to what s happening in Lower Hutt during the tournament from 9 September to 23 October. Gwen McDonald is in her second term as a councillor for the Northern Ward. She sits on the Policy Committee, the Community Plan Committee, and the Hutt Valley Services Committee. She is also deputy chair of the Friends of Baring Head Trust. Her priority during this term is to make Lower Hutt a safer place. "I want to work with the community and police to reduce crime and help residents feel safe. " Cr McDonald enjoys the challenge of being a councillor and a voice for the community. She has lived in Stokes Valley for 31 years with her husband John and two children. INTRODUCING COUNCILLOR GWEN MCDONALD For the latest events and activities in the Hutt check out www.huttcity.govt.nz/whatson PUBLIC NOTICES WWW.HUTTCITY.GOVT.NZ COUNCIL MEETINGS Additional Council 6pm, Tuesday 20 September to consider the Chief Executive s Performance Review District Plan Subcommittee 5.30 pm, Wednesday 21 September Council Chambers, Hutt City Council, 30 Laings Road Petone Community Board 6.30 pm, Monday 26 September Petone Library, Britannia Street, Petone Eastbourne Community Board 7.15 pm, Tuesday 27 September East Harbour Women s Club, 145 Muritai Road, Eastbourne Wainuiomata Community Board 7.30 pm, Wednesday 28 September Wainuiomata Community Library, Queen Street, Wainuiomata HEARINGS Resource consent application: 9 Coast Road, Wainuiomata Retrospective earthworks consent associated with logging operations. 9.30am, Friday 16 September Proposed Plan Change 21: 54 Oakleigh Street, Maungaraki Re-zoning part of the site as General Residential Activity 9.30am, Wednesday 28 September Proposed Plan Change 22: 6--15 Kelso Grove, Kelson Re-zoning part of the site as General Residential Activity 9.30am, Thursday 29 September All hearings to be held in the Council Chambers. CHANGES TO SOME LIBRARY HOURS Taita Library is no longer open on Saturdays but we re increasing our opening hours at Naenae Library. From 19 September Naenae Library will stay open longer on Saturdays to close at 5pm. From 19 September, Wainuiomata Library will close at 5.30pm on weekdays and Stokes Valley Library will close at 5.30pm on Fridays to bring its hours in line with libraries across the city. CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF KEEPING LOWER HUTT BEAUTIFUL Non-pro t organisation Keep Hutt City Beautiful (KHCB) celebrates 20 years today. During this time, it has been at the forefront of efforts to prevent litter, reduce waste, and keep Lower Hutt clean and tidy. More than 200 people have actively supported the organisation and thousands of people across the city have been involved in annual Keep Hutt City Beautiful Week clean-ups during the past 30 years. KHCB chairperson Leigh Sutton acknowledges the efforts of founding members, Stan Butcher and Roy Hewson. "It s great to see passionate people in our community come for ward to make our city beautiful. " Today Mayor Ray Wallace will present certi cates of appreciation to the men for their outstanding commitment, leadership and service to the community. A full page advertisement in today s Hutt News acknowledges all the individuals, groups and organisations that have been part of KHCB s 20-year journey. If you d like to know more about KHCB or how to get involved, contact Council s environmental sustainability advisor Sandy Beath-Croft on 570 6666 or email email@example.com. THE HUTT NIGHT MARKET Every Thursday, starts October High Street, Lower Hutt CBD Bright lights, vibrant live music, tangy mouth-watering smells, mesmerising artworks, stunning jewellery and clothing, crafts, antiques and collectables. Stan Butcher and Roy Hewson planting a tree during Arbour Day.
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