Paeroa council staff will have a nice new roof over their heads next winter. The existing roof of Hauraki House, which is the official name of Council’s office building on the corner of Belmont and William Street, is in need of repair and will be... Continue reading »
Mayor John Tregidga has a busy schedule at the moment. He has seven meetings to attend today and has been busy with meetings in Auckland and Wellington.
The Turua water main has been upgraded and the Hauraki District Council is onto road... Continue reading »
Some ground movement has been detected near a sinkhole that was discovered in Waihi earlier this year on Council reserve between the Waihi Rugby Club and the Martha open pit.
The earlier sinkhole has been backfilled but Oceana Gold geotechnical... Continue reading »
Mayor John Tregidga called in from the 'swivel chair' in his office for a catch up this morning.
Council is working with Waihi Community Marae and has agreed to pay for the cost to have an old asbestos ridden classroom on the Marae grounds... Continue reading »
The Rainbow Welcome in Waihi was postponed last Saturday and a careful weather eye is being trained on the weather forecast for this Saturday when it will go ahead - if the weather behaves.
Mayor John Tregidga congratulated the Paeroa Lions Club for... Continue reading »
Hauraki Mayor John Tregidga had a great weekend with two happy days of golf fitted in. He has a busy week with one day less for his workload, including a Council Meeting today.
Liquor and Gaming bylaws are up for discussion today. The Mayor... Continue reading »
Due to Monday, October 23 being a holiday – Hauraki District refuse collections will be carried out a day later than normal next week.
At Whiritoa, refuse and recycling will be collected on Tuesday, October 24.At Kerepehi and Turua refuse and... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil asked about drones and their use in the district when he spoke to Hauraki District Mayor John Tregidga. Permission is required to fly a drone over private property, council property and events. "There is a privacy issue and anyone... Continue reading »
Posted 17 October 2017
by Gold FM
in Council Matters
Media Release: Bay of Plenty Regional Council
With the long weekend just around the corner, boaties are being urged to prep their boat, check their gear and know the rules before hitting the water this season. With motorised vessels often being stored over the colder months, its hoped this... Continue reading »
Sally Christie, Thames Ward Councillor and Waikato District Health Board member spoke to Brian Gentil today. Sally is looking forward to an improvement in the weather along with an improvement in our mental health and our roads. She commented about... Continue reading »
Monitoring the Waihi CBD is set to increase. Hauraki District Mayor John Tregidga says upgraded CCTV cameras are in the process of being installed.
CCTV cameras have become a very important and sophisticated crime prevention tool. The Council... Continue reading »
A peaceful night’s sleep is more likely now Council’s noise control officers are able to issue fines for excessive and unreasonable noise, such as loud stereos and other late night shenanigans.
Starting Monday 16 October fines of $500 and $750 will... Continue reading »
Brian Gentil spoke with His Worship the Mayor of the Hauraki District John Tregidga today.
An issue with water at the Kerepehi Water Plant last week has been resolved. The Mayor said it was fixed within about 24 hours.
DoC intends to drop 1080... Continue reading »
Waste Management Limited, a company storing an estimated 2 million used tyres at Kerepehi and owned by Beijing Capital Group, a Chinese state-owned enterprise, was served an abatement notice last Thursday.
According to a Waikato Regional Council... Continue reading »
Hauraki District Mayor John Tregdiga is back at work after a well-deserved break. He's had a busy 12 months and enjoyed 12 sunny days in Australia with his wife Evelyn.
Waihi Art Centre & Museum featured on TV the other day. Heritage Rescue... Continue reading »
Hauraki Deputy Mayor Toby Adams spoke to Brian Gentil about Council Matters today. There's no news on the whispered mining changes. A swimming pool survey, funding assistance for heritage building owners, and changes to the Alcohol Control... Continue reading »
Hauraki District Mayor John Tregidga talks to Brian Gentil each Tuesday morning about Council Matters.
Recent vandalism at Victoria Park in Waihi is really disappointing and very costly for ratepayers he said when he discussed the deliberately lit... Continue reading »
We’ve all experienced a burning desire to visit the toilet, but a recent arson attack on the men’s public toilets at Victoria Park Waihi (aka Rocket Park) is completely baffling, pointless and infuriating says Waihi Ward Chair Max McLean.
Toilet... Continue reading »
Hauraki District Mayor John Tregidga called in for a chat about Council Matters. The slip in the gorge; whether council has a local procurement policy; the recent sinkhole near the Martha mine; submissions open for alcohol and gambling by laws and... Continue reading »
Businesses in the Thames Coromandel district using a footpath or other public space for dining, or to display goods, now need to apply for a licence.
Cafes and restaurants with outdoor seating in public spaces have already been required to have a... Continue reading »