Council is using the next month or so to get out and about and talk with people in local communities.
The Council Roadshow was launched at the recent Wairoa A and P Show with loads of people making the most of catching up with Council elected members and staff.
Wairoa Mayor Craig Little said the Roadshow is a chance for representatives to explain where Council is at and to hear from the community. “Really, it’s a chance for two-way communication and the information we gather will be used to feed into our Long-Term Plan.
“Often Council has to engage because of legislative requirements. The Roadshow is a chance to simply have a chat, hear what people have to say and really listen to people from our community and also share Council’s position.
“We really encourage people to catch up when we are in your area.”
On Thursday, February 9, the Roadshow will be at the Tuai Hall from 9am-noon and based from the Council caravan at the Frasertown Shop from 1-4pm.
Friday, February 10, will see the Roadshow at the Ruakituri Hall in the morning from 9am-noon and the Marumaru Hall from 1-4pm.
The Roadshow will head to Iwitea Marae on Thursday, February 16 from 9am-noon, and Whakaki Marae from 1-4pm. It will continue on Friday, February 17 at the Nuhaka Domain from 9am-noon and from the Council caravan at the Opoutama Garage from 1-4pm.
On Wednesday, February 22, and Thursday, February 23, the Roadshow will be based at the East Coast Farming Expo at the Wairoa A and P Showgrounds from 9am-4pm.
On Friday, March 3, the Roadshow based out of the Mokotahi Hall at Mahia from 9am-4pm.
On Monday, March 6, the Roadshow will be based at Mohaka School from 9am-noon and in the afternoon at Te Huki Marae at Raupunga from 1-4pm.
The final day of the Roadshow will be on Friday, March 17, at the Putere Hall from 9am-noon and the Kotemaori Hall from 1pm-4pm.
8 February 2023
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