Grafton Residents Association

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Grafton Residents Association
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249 days ago

Covid-19 information meeting

Richard Leckinger from Grafton Residents Association

Grafton Residents Association would like to invite you to a brief, open-air meeting this Saturday March 21st at 10:30am in the parking lot of the Liberal Catholic Church, 27 Carlton Gore Road.

We'll be there to offer support, answer questions and maybe even introduce you to a neighbour you… View more
Grafton Residents Association would like to invite you to a brief, open-air meeting this Saturday March 21st at 10:30am in the parking lot of the Liberal Catholic Church, 27 Carlton Gore Road.

We'll be there to offer support, answer questions and maybe even introduce you to a neighbour you haven't met yet. We're all in this together, and self-isolation shouldn't mean doing without support of your community.
The current forecast is for isolated showers, so bring an umbrella. We'll be modelling social distancing, and sharing nothing more than information, support and neighbourly contact details.

625 days ago

Poll: 30kph speed limits in Grafton?

Richard Leckinger from Grafton Residents Association

AT is consulting on their speed reduction plan for the central city, which will see speed limits reduced in the CBD to 30kph. Many Grafton residents have asked that parts of Grafton be included in that low speed area.


Do you support reducing the speed limit on Grafton's residential … View more
AT is consulting on their speed reduction plan for the central city, which will see speed limits reduced in the CBD to 30kph. Many Grafton residents have asked that parts of Grafton be included in that low speed area.


Do you support reducing the speed limit on Grafton's residential streets (including Park Road from Khyber Pass to Grafton Bridge) to 30kph?

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30kph speed limits in Grafton?
  • 66.7% Yes, I support a 30kph speed limit in Grafton as suggested.
    66.7% Complete
  • 16.7% No, I do not support a 30kph speed limit in Grafton as suggested.
    16.7% Complete
  • 0% I support 30kph only on residential side streets, not Park Road.
    0% Complete
  • 16.7% I oppose any change to speed limits in Grafton.
    16.7% Complete
6 votes
866 days ago

One of Grafton's cats is missing

Dianne Northcott from Grafton Residents Association

Stella hasn't come home, last seen Thursday evening. If you've seen her please let her people know.

931 days ago

GRA AGM this Saturday

Dianne Northcott from Grafton Residents Association

All Grafton residents are welcome to the Annual General Meeting of our association. Come along to meet neighbours, and join GRA for Grafton community projects and advocacy.
The AGM agenda is on our website grafton.org.nz...

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940 days ago

Grafton Community Consultation

Dianne Northcott from Grafton Residents Association

If you live, work or stay in Grafton you'll have opinions about Grafton and we want to hear them.
Waitemata Local Board are supporting GRA to develop a 'community vision' the board and Auckland Council can refer to in their work. We're starting by asking a few questions based … View more
If you live, work or stay in Grafton you'll have opinions about Grafton and we want to hear them.
Waitemata Local Board are supporting GRA to develop a 'community vision' the board and Auckland Council can refer to in their work. We're starting by asking a few questions based on a set of maps and cards ( we'll do the writing) and most people take about 10 mins to do this. Please pop in to share opinions and light refreshments.

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