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The WBPDC want your feedback on the proposal to sell three pieces of reserve land in Omokoroa. 

"We invite you to provide feedback on the Draft Plan from Friday 15 April until 4pm, Wednesday 15 June 2016. Feedback can be:

  • posted to: Chief Executive Officer, Western Bay of Plenty District Council, Private Bag 12803, Tauranga 3143; or
  • faxed to:  07 577 9820; or
  • emailed to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or
  • delivered to the main Council Office at Barkes Corner, Tauranga or Council's library and service centres at Main Road, Katikati; McDonnell Street, Omokoroa; Jellicoe Street, Te Puke or Waihi Beach Road, Waihi Beach."

To assist, there is a PDF document here which can be attached to an email or can be printed out and faxed, posted or hand-delivered to the Library.

 

The WBPDC Feedback form is available here

On a beautiful Omokoroa day a large number of residents, young and old, gathered at the Omokoroa Skate Path for the official opening by the WBPDC Mayor, Mr Ross Patterson.

Getting some air at the jump

NOTES FROM OMOKOROA FUTURE FOCUS MEETING 15 APRIL 2016

The Settlers' Hall was packed with more than 280 members of the public and the following noted people. Apologies to those omitted.

Simon Bridges MP, Minister of Transport; Todd Muller MP ;Scott Simpson MP Coromandel Environment Select Committee; Omokoroa Community Board members Woods; Palmer; Maurice and chair Cameron. Councillors Webber and Merriman. Western Bay Council - CEO Miriam Taris; Gary Allis Infrastructure Services; Mayor Paterson; Councillors Benge,Thwaites and Mackay. Mark Hasley NZTA (principal transport manager Tauranga) Kay Clark Transport Planner; Frank Begley Tauranga Council Communications and reporter from Katikati Advertiser. 

On April 9 the Lizard on Rock sculpture at the entrance to Omokoroa Road was blessed by the Pirirakau and the plaque unveiled by Janine Birch from the Omokoroa Public Art Group and Gwenda Merriman from WBPDC.

Lizard unveiling

Here are some photos and a video link to help provide a better view of the route, recently taken using a drone. Please note that the trail shown is as accurate as possible on the photos – not perfect but it should be good to within 1-2m of the completed track.

Video link: https://youtu.be/aNpg6pmMW8E  

The video is about 18 minutes long covering the entire proposed route from Tinopai Reserve to Huharua Park at Plummers Pt.

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