Public Notices

Reserves subcommittee meeting

Reserves and Environment Subcommittee 9 July 2020


Discussion topics

Racecourse Master Plan

The subcommittee received a verbal update from Simon Bastion, Chief Executive.

A discussion document will be developed with the intention to undertake a Special Consultative Process with the public in the lead up to the Long Term Plan 2021 – 31. Need to be aware that what happens with the Racecourse may affect other parcels of land in the area.

Town Centre Plan

Westland Matters - Monthly News

The July edition of Westland Matters email newsletter was sent yesterday.

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PGF Funding Announcement

8 July 2020

Council ready to dig in for shovel ready projects


Rubbish Collection Tuesday 7 July

Tuesday’s rubbish collection service for

North side of Hampden Street

North Side of Hokitika Township

has been delayed which means the bins will be collected later than usual, if your bin is not collected today please leave it out for collection on Wednesday 08/07/2020.

Amended meeting time



Pursuant to Section 46 of the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987, public notice is hereby given of the following meeting to be held in the Council Chambers, 36 Weld Street, Hokitika and via Zoom:



Purpose of Meeting

Swimming Pool reopening delayed

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2 July 2020


Hokitika Swimming Pool reopening delayed

Hokitika Swimming Pool users will have to wait a little while longer to start using the pool again following the annual shut-down for maintenance and the Covid-19 lockdown.

Summary of 30 June Meeting

Summary of the Extraordinary Council Meeting, 30 June 2020



Rating Policy 2020-21

Lesley Crichton, Group Manager: Corporate Services spoke to the report. Council adopted the Rating Policy 2020/2021.

Adoption of draft Annual Plan 2020-21

Emma Rae, Strategy and Communications Advisor and Lesley Crichton, Group Manager Corporate Services spoke to the report.

Council adopted the Annual Plan with no changes.

Rates Resolution 2020-2021

Media Release: Cycle trail thefts

29 June 2020

Thieves put cycle trail users at risk


An unusual theft has occurred on the West Coast Wilderness Cycle Trail south of Ruatapu. After a report from the public, an inspection found that stainless steel fixings from the Rocky Creek and Camp Creek Cycle Trail bridges have been taken. Along with the bolts, washers and nuts, six lengths of safety barrier timber have also been removed from the Ross end of Camp Creek bridge.


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