The next Meeting will be on 10th December at 7.00pm at Legacy Gardens on Te Okuroa Drive.
Recent Guest Speakers include:
The guest speaker as Jon Tristram from the Papamoa Surf Life Saving Trust Board and he detailed the growth of the Live Saving Club and the new building to be started in 2019. For full details of Jon’s presentation click here
The guest speaker this month was Andrew Thorpe, Cycling Coordinator, BOP Sport who explained the operations and setup of BOP Sport for the first part of his speech and then focussed on cycling in the bay area, talking about cycling groups, cycle paths and future opportunities. A copy of his presentation can be seen here.
Tristan Murray from NZ Police.
The guest speakers this month were Philip Brown from the PRRA talking about a Roading & Transportation Stocktake of our major Papamoa Rds and also gazing at the near future with the building of Te Tumu and the Papamoa Eastern Interchange. Click here for the presentation
This was followed by a Members Forum where the following was presented
The (Poor) State of Papamoa Beach Rd —- Problems and Solutions —- John Middleton Click here for the presentation
Tauranga E Bike Highways — the transport solution for the future. here now — Philip Brown Click here for the presentation
Presentation by the BOP Community Trails Trust talking about the opportunities to be part of the NZ cycle trail map if we complete our local bike trails. Click here for the presentation
Using Passenger Rail to move commuters from the Mount and Papamoa to downtown Tauranga — Ron Melville
The guest speakers for August were Andrew Mead from the Council and Mark Haseley from NZTA who talked about our transport infrastructure and more particularly when Papamoa East will get an interchange onto the TEL. This was of particular interest to the residents in new subdivisions.
Click here for a copy of the talk.
July 9th Rebecca Maiden, Tauranga City Council who is advocating rates funded waste collection.
Jordan Williams, Exec Director of Taxpayers Union of New Zealand who has been standing up for hardworking New Zealand taxpayers since 2013. The vision for the NZ Taxpayers Union is for a prosperous low tax New Zealand with efficient, transparent, and accountable government which also includes local government.
Meet the 18 candidates for TCC Councillor at Large vacancy April 2018
Kath Lowe - Tourism Bay of Plenty
Joe Metcalfe - Changes to Bay Buses
Carole Long - Papamoa Dunes & Forest and Bird
Athole Herbert - Shipwrecks in Tauranga waters
Chris Judkins - Rena grounding
Graeme Jelley - Wairakei Landscape Plan
Greg Brownless- Tauranga Mayor
Marty Hoffart - Waste Watchers
David Hill- Papamoa Plaza developments.
Peter McKinley- Local Govt; Tauranga and beyond
Kristin Dunne- Tourism BoP
Todd Muller - Member of Parliament
Trish Ives - Papamoa Support Centre