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      • 2021 AGM reports now available
        • 13 Oct 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Annual reports for this Sunday’s AGM from the various community groups, the financial report, and the draft minutes from last year’s AGM are now available for preview: 2021 AGM reports (PDF) Agenda: Welcome and Apologies Adoption of the Minutes from 2020 Annual General Meeting Adoption of Annual report of the Chair and committee, including reports … 2021 AGM reports now available Read More »
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      • Community Garden & Food Forest Spring Festival
        • 10 Oct 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • When: Sunday 30 October 2021, 10 am – 12 noon (ical)Where: Pukerua Bay Community Garden & Food Forest (map) Plant Sale  ✽  Worm Farming Workshop  ✽  Refreshments Join us at the Community Garden and Food Forest (off the platform at the old Muri train station) for a family friendly fun day. Everyone is welcome. Note: … Community Garden & Food Forest Spring Festival Read More »
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      • Residents’ Association 2021 AGM
        • 10 Oct 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • The Pukerua Bay Residents’ Association is holding the 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Association: Sunday 17 October 2021, starting at 3:00 PM (ical)Venue: Pukerua Bay School and Community Hall (map) The agenda and reports will be available on the website from Wednesday 13 October. The meeting will be held under the protocols applicable to … Residents’ Association 2021 AGM Read More »
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      • Kōrero newsletter issue 4 is out
        • 17 Sep 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Hopefully local households should have received the September issue of our Kōrero newsletter in the mailbox by now. It is also available as a PDF download on our Kōrero page.
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      • Work to commence on Takutai Road slip
        • 15 Sep 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Porirua City Council is scheduling work to commence next week on repairing the slip damage on Takutai Road, aiming to start on Tuesday 21st September.
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      • The alert level two rules have changed for delta
        • 6 Sep 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Kia ora e te whānau o Pukerua.  The alert levels have changed – yeeha!  What does Level 2  mean for us? As you know, the headlines are about wearing face coverings, keeping track of where you’ve been, and practising basic good hygiene. This short article breaks it down further: https://thespinoff.co.nz/business/07-09-2021/the-new-rules-for-alert-level-two-updated-for-delta-explained/
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      • Paint our lovely Chorus cabinet!
        • 3 Sep 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Kia ora Pukerua Bay, calling all our talented local artists! Chorus is asking for artists to come up with designs to transform cabinets in Porirua with art, and have extended their deadline for submission to 5pm on 17 September.
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      • New COVID Courier poster
        • 28 Aug 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Here’s a flyer with some basic messages that you might find helpful. We’re also putting some of these up around the Bay. Please feel welcome to forward it to any of our locals who might find it helpful. Kia kaha, Pukerua Bay!
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      • Village Plan survey drop-in session this Saturday!
        • 15 Jul 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Hi everyone, a reminder that there will be a drop-in session for completing the Village Plan survey this weekend: 10am-12 pm, Saturday 17 July 2021at St Mark’s, Rawhiti Road (with Greedy and Co.
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      • Kōrero newsletter issue 3 is out
        • 4 Jul 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • By now you should have received your copy of Kōrero in your letterbox. It is also available as a PDF for download on our Kōrero page.
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      • Food Forest Garden working bee
        • 10 Jun 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • We’ll be at the Community Garden and Food Forest this Saturday: Date: Saturday 12 June 2021, 10 am to 12 noon (ical)Food Forest Garden, Muri Reserve (map) Feel free to come along as we’ll be working on the berry area and usual maintenance, plus the usual cups of tea from the thermette.
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      • May 2021 Residents’ Association meeting minutes
        • 15 May 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • (DRAFT)Tuesday May 11th 2021Pukerua Bay RSA, 5-7 Wairaka Road Present: Paul FitzGerald, Margaret Blair, Kate Dreaver, Mel Galletly, Moira Lawler, Josh Trlin (PCC), Jenny Brash (GWRC), Nikky Winchester, Mike JebsonApologies: Jonathan Harker, Chris Kirk-Burnand (GWRC), Tess Law, Iain McClean, Pauline MorumMinutes of Last Meeting – correction of spelling of Nikky’s name Motion to receive: moved Moira, seconded Kate, motion carried. Matters arising None. Porirua City Council (PCC) update Long Term Plan (LTP) keeping us busy – hearings start tomorrow. Wellington Water building a large sewer containment tank north of Porirua rail station to help mitigate sewer overflow. Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) update GWRC busy with LTP hearings next week. Discussion on National Policy Statement on Urban Development – clashing with local government District Plans. Whaitua Implementation programme – Jenny trying to get it into the LTP. Good support for electrification of transport, reforesting parks and harbour action. Financial Report Balances: BNZ 00 account $6221.75BNZ 25 account $100.10 Income: 00 $250.00 Tommy’s Real Estate/Kōrero25 $15.00 2022 Calendar Expenditure: Flying Colours/Kōrero $501.40Invoices Outstanding: 2021-012 McClean Electrical Services $50 Motion to receive financial report: Moved Margaret, seconded Paul, motion carried. Correspondence Jenny Wrightson re signage for Pou on beach, and Tess Law re SH1 crossing near Onepu Road. A letter from Council on work planned for Ara Harakeke shared pathway work and Wairaka Road intersection work. Progress on Action Items (Not included in project updates): none Projects Update He Ara Pukerua Panels: Preparation of further panels continues. The large panel for Centennial Highway will be made public at an event to coincide with the opening of Transmission Gully. Road block/tank trap: Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga supports He Ara Pukerua’s submission to include this place in the Proposed Porirua District Plan, subject to it meeting the values listed in HH-P1 (HH-P1 Identify historic heritage that contributes to an understanding and appreciation of the history and cultures of Porirua City, the Wellington Region or New Zealand and is significant in terms of one or more of the following values: Historic values; Physical values; Social values; Tangata whenua values; Surroundings; Rarity; or Representativeness.) On April 21 at 2:44pm the story of �� ������-�������� �������������� ���� �������������� ������ was posted on the He Ara Pukerua Facebook page. This post has now been seen by 57,936 people, commented on by 185, shared by 223, liked by 458 with 14,447 engagements. Food Forest/Community Garden Going well. Had a working bee during the school holidays that went well. More people coming along with enthusiasm. Discussed the garden group being a committee of the Residents Association. A member of the group will come to the next meeting to discuss. Village Plan Review 27 responses so far. Agreed to promote newsletter at various locations: July 15 at RSA Pat/MoiraJuly 17 Coffee cart NikkyJuly 22 3-5pm Library PaulMel to deliver posters Executive committee handbook Paul and Nikky have met. Jon is going to document our technology processes, Margaret our financial information. Jon is posting minutes on the website. Kōrero (Newsletter) Next edition out early July – Matariki theme. There was a discussion about essential services/facilities based on the repeat questions on FB. A school report and kindy report would also be good. Action Items Paul to chase up NZTA to get an update on roading revocation and other issues.Paul speaking on Residents Association submission to Council tomorrow.Paul also sent a further submission to summary of submission on the District Plan responding to the Kainga Ora submission request a 6 storey zone around the PKB train station. Residents such as Mike Jebson also made private submissions. It would be good to get together a group interested in development issues to lead responses on district plan and other land use issues. General Business Residents Association website – looking good. Jon will post the list of local groups and businesses. We are asked to look at the list to check its accuracy. Tess Law sent through maps on roading improvements needed to get pedestrians across SH1 in the Onepu Te Pari Pari Road areas. Tess has sent apologies as she has just had new baby. Will defer to later meeting. Trees on Teihana Road getting dangerous and need trimming. Paul reports there is a plan to trim them. Meeting ended: 8.57pmNext meeting: Tuesday 8 June 2021
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      • Kōrero newsletter issue 2 out now
        • 24 Apr 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Residents should be receiving the April issue of the Kōrero newsletter in their letterboxes this week. See our Kōrero newsletter page for the editorial, links to PDFs of current and previous issues, and information about contributing or placing advertising.
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      • March 2021 Residents’ Association meeting minutes
        • 24 Apr 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Tuesday 9 March 2021 Present: Paul FitzGerald, Margaret Blair, Iain MacLean, Kate Dreaver, Mel Galletly, Nikky Winchester, Pauline Morum, Josh Trlin (PCC), Marie Hook, Chris Ells (Pukera Bay School Principal)Apologies: Jonathan Harker, Moira Lawler, Jenny Brash (GWRC), Chris Kirk Burnnand (GWRC), Josh Trlin for latenessApproval of previous minutes: No changes.
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      • Six or more Storey Buildings for Pukerua Bay?
        • 21 Apr 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • This Saturday 24 April at 2pm the Pukerua Bay Residents’ Association will be holding a meeting for residents at the Pukerua Bay RSA clubrooms at 5 Wairaka Road to discuss a submission in response to the Kāinga Ora proposal for High Density Zones in Porirua City, including Pukerua Bay.
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      • Community Garden Picnic
        • 26 Mar 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Saturday 27th March 2021, 4pm – 7pm (ical)Venue: Community Food Forest Garden, by Muri Station (map) Welcome to all those interested in the garden project, their friends and families.
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      • Bookbinding Workshop, Mana Arts Society
        • 23 Mar 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Saturday 27 March 2021, 9am-3.30 pm (ical)Venue: Mana Arts Centre, Plimmerton DomainTutor: Anna NelsonCost: $35 for members, $65 for non-members Enjoy a day of creativity and learn to make an A6 book to keep or give as a gift. You will leave with enough knowledge to create a work on your own in future. Some materials required, see Mana Arts Society website or Facebook page for more details.
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