Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Association

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Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Association
8 days ago

Orakei Boardwalk - which option do you like?

Anna Jackson from Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Association

More boardwalk questions! NZTA have narrowed it down to two options for Orakei Boardwalk railings - option A with powder coated metal with wooden uprights which is more see-though, and option B with all wood but much thicker posts so less visually permeable but preferred by some as keeping with … View moreMore boardwalk questions! NZTA have narrowed it down to two options for Orakei Boardwalk railings - option A with powder coated metal with wooden uprights which is more see-though, and option B with all wood but much thicker posts so less visually permeable but preferred by some as keeping with other boardwalks in the area. And we are pleased to see the handrail height lowered to 1.2m so most adults and taller kids can see over the top. Put your vote in to NZTA before 9 December here: www.surveymonkey.com...

You can read more information here: www.nzta.govt.nz...

If you feel like sharing, post below on which you prefer- option A (metal) or option B (wood).

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nzta.govt.nz/media-releases/glen-innes-to-tamaki-shared-path-consultation-goes-to-a-second-round/?fbclid=IwAR0zXLbEGd1HfrZG0vv-FoJaSjGhY7kD0Dg5ichGIlXJPn2pBGrtoqg-dKE

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16 days ago

December newsletter for Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Assn

Anna Jackson from Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Association

The December newsletter is hot off the press for the Meadowbank and St Johns Residents Association. Click the link below to read what is going on, including:
- understanding how the community centre redevelopment is being funded
- new bus petition to get a bus to St Johns Park area
- what you can … View more
The December newsletter is hot off the press for the Meadowbank and St Johns Residents Association. Click the link below to read what is going on, including:
- understanding how the community centre redevelopment is being funded
- new bus petition to get a bus to St Johns Park area
- what you can do to prevent wastewater overflows and what Watercare is doing (you might get a knock on your door soon)
- update on the GI to Tamaki Drive shared path
- join our new rat trapping programme
- support for a 30kmh speed zone though Meadowbank town centre
- and more!

Come along to our last monthly meeting of the year on Tuesday 12 December at 7:30pm at St Chads Church on St Johns Rd to hear John Raeburn speak about planetary wellbeing as a people-first, empowering community approach that is the optimal, and perhaps only way to tackle the many social and environmental issues facing us in the 21st century. Hope to see you there, and have a very merry Christmas everyone.

mailchi.mp/8779011d5ac5/december-newsletter-for-meadowbank-and-st-johns-residents-association
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38 days ago

November newsletter for Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Assn out now

Anna Jackson from Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Association

The November newsletter is hot off the press with loads of information again this month. Click the link below to read all the happenings in our suburbs.

Topics covered include proposals for a 30kmh slower speed zone in Meadowbank town centre, update on the Community Centre redevelopment, MP Simon … View more
The November newsletter is hot off the press with loads of information again this month. Click the link below to read all the happenings in our suburbs.

Topics covered include proposals for a 30kmh slower speed zone in Meadowbank town centre, update on the Community Centre redevelopment, MP Simon O'Connor speaking out our meeting on 13 Nov, information on the GI to Tamaki Shared Path, Guy Fawkes info including a public display at the Remuera Golf Club and much more.

Subscribe to our newsletter here to get it monthly direct to your inbox: mbsjra.co.nz...

mailchi.mp/cf49a70976e8/november-newsletter-for-meadowbank-st-johns-residents-asssociation
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56 days ago

Changes to roads and paths - your feedback is required to make sure they will work well

Anna Jackson from Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Association

Ch ch ch changes... in our area currently there are changes coming to an intersection, a speed table/crossing, Orakei basin boardwalk railings and Purewa Valley where a spectacular shared path is being built. Auckland Transport wants to know what you think about the proposals for these. Click on … View moreCh ch ch changes... in our area currently there are changes coming to an intersection, a speed table/crossing, Orakei basin boardwalk railings and Purewa Valley where a spectacular shared path is being built. Auckland Transport wants to know what you think about the proposals for these. Click on the links and let them know what you think, especially if you use the area - make sure we get the very best and most practical changes that we can. Listed in the order of time left to have your say:

Crossing on Meadowbank Rd: at.govt.nz...

Bonnie Brae intersection: at.govt.nz...

Orakei Boardwalk railings: at.govt.nz...

Purewa Valley Shared Path: at.govt.nz...

at.govt.nz/about-us/have-your-say/central-auckland-consultations/meadowbank-road-orakei-pedestrian-crossing-improvements/?fbclid=IwAR1xjB5IpMK0m22_l_pgDTZQWDwHGwRAr7Pf_AuE_OVJJXgVXGTdyEZFPyI
at.govt.nz/about-us/have-your-say/central-auckland-consultations/bonnie-brae-road-meadowbank-pedestrian-refuge/?fbclid=IwAR0vdi7u1w2utlR49sz0JnK-v2EmRhYGfxA9rAP690sFCEZR6LvfY66ezzU
at.govt.nz/projects-roadworks/glen-innes-to-tamaki-drive-shared-path/?fbclid=IwAR2O3JUgb4qXIvbCWbkxgCxH3_Aa0qGCQ54mNU-6an79foeTnIijY0Z4kGI
at.govt.nz/projects-roadworks/glen-innes-to-tamaki-drive-shared-path/?fbclid=IwAR1PxVwJCD_vaHicrGeNdDE5npoAYTKSM8fIAKopb-jp1KySlgRbKLzjck4
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77 days ago

Clean Up of Pourewa Valley

Lynda McCarthny from Meadowbank & St Johns Residents Association

Friends of Pourewa Valley and the Meadowbank St Johns Residents' Association are doing a community clean up in Selwyn Bush as part of Keep NZ Beautiful Week. Grab your gumboots and meet at back carpark Barfoot & Thompson Stadium, 203 Kohimarama Rd, Selwyn College Grounds ) on Sunday 30th… View moreFriends of Pourewa Valley and the Meadowbank St Johns Residents' Association are doing a community clean up in Selwyn Bush as part of Keep NZ Beautiful Week. Grab your gumboots and meet at back carpark Barfoot & Thompson Stadium, 203 Kohimarama Rd, Selwyn College Grounds ) on Sunday 30th September 1.00 - 3.00pm ( contact Carmel Claridge 021 617 868 )

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