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    • TE KAEAEA MANUKAU RECYCLE YOUR NO.5 PLASTICS PAGE 2 MATTERS M S 8 OCTOBER 2006 ISSUE 7 SUMMER HOURS FOR WALKING DOGS ON BEACHES DISASTER AWARENESS WEEK Dog owners are reminded that daylight This is to ensure the safety and comfort IF A DISASTER WERE TO STRIKE, WOULD YOU BE savings means a change in the hours when of people using public spaces while still PREPARED? DOES YOUR HOUSEHOLD HAVE AN dogs can be exercised on beaches and allowing dogs and their owners to enjoy EMERGENCY PLAN? WOULD YOU BE ABLE TO adjoining reserves. summer outdoors. COPE FOR UP TO THREE DAYS WITHOUT HELP? From Sunday 1 October to Sunday 18 Owners are reminded that their dog March, dogs can only be exercised in these should be under control and plastic bags These are important questions to ponder • Toilet paper, plastic bags, bucket, areas after 7pm and before 9am; they are taken to pick up their faeces. The plastic and this week (8—14 October) is the perfect disinfectant prohibited at all other times. bag and contents should be put in a time to get prepared as it’s National • Alternative means of cooking such as rubbish bin. Disaster Awareness Week. a BBQ or gas cooker Council Civil Defence offi cer Judy • Important documents Fowler says it’s important people organise (will, insurance, passport etc) an emergency plan and survival kit. • First aid kit and essential medicines “These could make all the difference to • Blankets/sleeping bags your family’s ability to cope in a disaster.” Ms Fowler says, “the reality is that Develop a household emergency plan that frontline emergency services will have includes how to turn off gas, power and to respond to the most critical demands water, where to shelter in an earthquake, fi rst so they may not be at your doorstep fl ood or storm, how to reunite your family right away. People need to prepare for the and alternative accommodation. possibility that they might have to cope by Read the back of the Yellow Pages. themselves for up to three days.” There is a signifi cant amount of helpful TE KAEAEA A NEED TO COMMUNICATE Some guidelines to help you be more information about emergencies. prepared: Contact the council to fi nd out where Observant readers of Manukau Matters of te reo in its offi cial documents. Have a ‘B-ready’ kit on hand: your nearest Civil Defence or Emergency will have noticed that the masthead has The use of Te Kaeaea was suggested • Torch and spare batteries Centre is. changed with this issue, with the addition to council by its Mana Whenua Forum. • Radio and spare batteries of the Maori words “Te Kaeaea”. Te Kaeaea was the name of an (there’s probably one in your car) For more information you can pick up This change refl ects Manukau City indigenous hawk. To an individual or a • Food and water a copy of our brochure An Emergency Council’s commitment to uphold the group its appearance was interpreted as • Warm/waterproof outdoor clothing Plan Could Save Your Life from your local Treaty of Waitangi and acknowledge a signal that other whanau or hapu library or via our website. tangata whenua through the inclusion (at a distance) needed to communicate. Manukau City Council also offers introductory courses on civil defence, and provides training for volunteers. NEW WEBSITE LAUNCHED Contact Judy Fowler, ph 09 262 8916 or email: jfowler@manukau.govt.nz for more information. A NEW ‘LOOK AND FEEL’ HAS BEEN LAUNCHED FOR THE MANUKAU CITY COUNCIL WEBSITE. The new website features a contemporary “This is only the fi rst stage in our website layout with plenty of white space, and has redevelopment,” he says. “We hope to add been designed for easy navigation. more features to benefi t our ratepayers. Manukau City Council Chief Executive, “The fi rst service that we can offer is the Leigh Auton, says the new site is a ability for ratepayers to apply for a rebate signifi cant improvement on the council’s online under the Rates Rebate Scheme. former website, and the technology for “We expect this service to be the fi rst IMAGE COURTESY OF THE managing content will enable the council of many.” MINISTRY OF CIVIL DEFENCE to provide a range of online services in To view the new council website, AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT the future. visit www.manukau.govt.nz. NEWS, VIEWS, INTERVIEWS, ENTERTAINMENT, PUBLIC NOTICES, JOBS... ALL INSIDE YOUR MANUKAU MATTERS
    • TE KAEAEA RECYCLE NUMBER 5 PLASTICS PUBLIC NOTICES MANUKAU MATTERS EMPTY ICE CREAM, MARGARINE, YOGHURT AND HONEY CONTAINERS ARE AMONGST THE NUMBER 5 PLASTICS Manukau Matters is published twice THAT CAN NOW BE COLLECTED FOR RECYCLING. Land Use Resource Consent a month by the Manukau City Council Notifi cation of an Application for and delivered to more than 100,000 Manukau City Council has expanded its “We want to reduce the amount of waste Resource Consent under Section households, rural delivery addresses, recycling collection so number 5 grade that is sent to landfi ll, so the more we can 93(2) of the Resource Management and other locations within the plastics join grades 1 and 2 in the list of collect through recycling bins the better.” Act 1991 city boundaries. recyclable containers. Glass, paper and cans Eighty per cent of households use Manukau Matters helps council are also collected for recycling. Manukau City Council’s recycling collection, Manukau City Council has received an inform residents and ratepayers about The expansion of the collection means which has run for fi ve years. During this application for resource consent from council decisions, activities, projects a potential 3700 tonnes of extra rubbish time 4598 tonnes of number 1 and 2 Manukau Water Ltd. and events. It is a cost-effective way a year could be recycled instead of ending plastics, 31,614 tonnes of glass, 46,252 of providing important statutory up in a landfi ll. tonnes of paper and 2595 tonnes of cans Location: 9R Rautawa Place information such as public notices But Manukau households could reduce have been recycled. Lot 1 DP 47455 concerning planning and resource even further what goes to landfi lls. A recent consent issues. waste audit showed 66.4 per cent of what As part of a wastewater scheme to Manukau Matters also contains is put out in rubbish bags could be service Kawakawa Bay, the applicant articles of interest to Manukau recycled or composted. seeks to construct, operate and maintain residents, promoting the city’s The council is hoping a vacuum pumping station (70m 2 in area) resources, attractions, facilities recycling number 5 grade on a public reserve zoned Public Open and community events. plastics will further shrink Space 2. The proposed pumping station the amount of rubbish. will increase coverage on the reserve CONTACT US AT Examples of products using from 10.7% to 1 1.7%. This aspect of the EMAIL manukaumatters@ number 5 plastic containers are application requires assessment as a manukau.govt.nz margarine, ice cream, yoghurt, Discretionary Activity. EDITORIAL 262 5223 honey and drink bottles. As the pumping station exceeds 10m 2 EVENT LISTINGS Environment and Urban Design in area, it requires assessment as www.manukau.govt.nz/events Committee Acting Chairman David a Discretionary Activity. As earthworks DISTRIBUTION 262 5104 Collings says the expansion of the will exceed 200m 3 , this work requires POST Manukau City Council, recycling collection is excellent news. assessment as a Restricted Pvt Bag 76917, Manukau City Discretionary Activity. (attention Manukau Matters) Address for service: Iris Tscharntke, DESIGNED BY Manukau Water Ltd, Private Bag 76917, Scenario Communications Limited Put out your number fi ves — yoghurt, Manukau city. EDITOR Jenna Moore margarine, some food containers — CHIEF WRITER Vienna Richards along with your number one’s and two’s Submissions to this application must be received no later than 5.00pm on WOULD YOU LIKE A DIGITAL Monday 6 November 2006. VERSION OF MANUKAU MATTERS? In addition to your printed copy, we can SITUATIONS Recreation Programmer Otara Recreation Centre If you wish to make a submission on this send you a PDF version. Email us at manukaumatters@manukau.govt.nz VACANT Permanent Full-Time We are looking for an enthusiastic and application, you may do so by sending a written submission to the council, Customer Support Offi cer energetic person to develop and deliver addressed to the Manager — Resource Lloyd Elsmore Park Leisure Centre WANT TO Permanent, Part-time (11.5 hours) a variety of leisure programmes catering Consents, Manukau City Council, Private for a range of age groups. Bag 76917, Manukau city to reach him no CONTACT COUNCIL, We require a positive, friendly person Applicants must have excellent later than the date given in the relevant OR YOUR ELECTED with excellent customer service skills to communication skills, relevant notice above. COUNCILLOR? work weekends in our reception area. qualifi cations in the sport and leisure The submission must be on Form 13, Council’s main administration phone Candidates should have a good working industry, and hold both a current First dated, signed by you, and include the number is 263 7100 (business hours). knowledge of computer systems, great Aid Certifi cate and a full driver’s licence. following information: Use the Call Centre on 262 5104 communication skills and must enjoy Administration, cash handling, 1 Your name, postal address and phone (24hours) for assistance with: graffi ti, dealing with customer enquiries reception and computer skills will be number/fax number roading, signs, refuse disposal, traffi c, and requests. an advantage. 2 Details of the application in respect street lighting, environmental by- Vacancy Number: 3530 Vacancy Number: 3535 of which you are making the laws, noise complaints, dog control, Applications close: Applications close: submission, including location statistical information, LIM reports, 12 October 2006, 12 noon 13 October 2006, 12 noon 3 Whether you support or oppose land rates and kerbside recycling. the application The council’s website has contact 4 Your submission with reasons details for all elected Councillors and Library Assistant 5 The decision you wish the Manukau Community Board members, at: Howick Library Part-time (Mon—Sat 30 hrs) City Council to make www.manukau.govt.nz/elected.htm We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated people with a passion for library services 6 Whether you wish to be heard in and an interest in their local community. The ability to provide excellent customer support of your submission service and be able to work as part of a team is essential. Applicants should be confi dent The application can be viewed and communicators and comfortable using a computer. Some evening and weekend work on copies of submission forms are available a rostered basis will be required. Training will be provided. at the public counter, Kotuku Customer Vacancy Number: 3536 Applications close: 13 October 2006, 12 noon Centre, Kotuku House, Manukau Square, Manukau city. For more details on these vacancies, or to view the full list of employment A copy of your submission must be opportunities at Manukau City Council, you can visit www.seek.co.nz/manukau; served as soon as reasonably practicable email a request for a position description to jobs@manukau.govt.nz; or phone on the applicant and should be sent NEXT ISSUE Sunday 22 Oct 2006 (09) 262-8907. Please quote the vacancy number with all requests or inquiries and with your to the relevant Address for Service as ISSN 1177-522X application. Manukau City Council is a progressive organisation with a leading role in the Local detailed in the advertisement above. Government sector and a commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi.
    • Manukau Leisure Services / Term Four 2006 Leisure News Spring is here — a great time to turn over a new leaf and boost your activity levels. Get along to your local leisure centre and check out these great opportunities. Papatoetoe Centennial Pools Sutton Crescent phone 278-4167 Enjoy the comfort of our indoor heated pools, and soft drink and the chance to win open every day. Entry to the pools is free; or Manurewa Aquatic Centre Lloyd Elsmore Park spot prizes. it’s just $2 to have a soak in the spa, or $5 to — Ngaa mahi a Rehia Leisure Centre • Birthday parties. Book a pool for your treat yourself to both the spa and sauna. Sykes Road, Manurewa phone 269-0930 Sir Lloyd Drive, Pakuranga own private party on the weekend. Our outdoor 50-metre pool will be Make a splash in spring and get active at your phone 535-5502 Two session times available: 2.15—4.15pm opening for the summer season in community aquatic centre. The pools are There are many opportunities for fitness and and 4.30pm—6.30pm. Contact reception December. This is a great training pool for heated, and there’s something fun for the fun in our fantastic pool complex. for booking details. preparing for triathlons and other summer whole family! • Aquarobics classes are a great low The pools are open 6.00am—6.45pm Monday swimming events. Aqua jogging — an excellent low impact impact cardio workout. Four morning to Friday, and 9am—6.45pm on weekends and You can work out in the water by joining cardio workout. Group aqua jogging sessions and evening classes each week. Morning public holidays. our aquarobics classes. These are held are at 10.30am on Tuesdays and Thursdays, classes are 9—10am on Monday, The fitness centre upstairs is open every Monday and Wednesday night from and 6pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. every day, and offers three spin classes per 6.15-7.00pm and on Fridays from 6.00- Classes are 45 minutes and cost $4, (seniors Evening classes are 6—7pm Monday, week, where you can get fit having fun on a 6.45pm. Sessions are just $4 each and are 60+ just $3). Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. stationary bike. Class times are: a great cross-training alternative and a new Work out with a friendly group in the $4.50 per class or get a ten-class Monday 7.15—8.00pm, Wednesday 6.15— way of socialising! pool by joining in an aquarobics class. concession card for $40.00. 7.00am, and Friday 10.15—11.00am Aquacise classes are a more gentle form Gentles classes are 8.30—9.15am Mondays, • Tone those legs whilst going easy on your Bookings are essential. Phone the fitness of aquarobics, which you can join on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays; and the Tidal Blast joints — go aqua jogging! Join in on centre on 535-5502. Wednesday and Friday from 12–1pm. Just $2 aquacardio classes are 6.45—7.30pm on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, A sunbed is available at the centre. per session, with the added bonus of a free Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Classes 9.15—10am. $4.50 per class. Casual $6.00 and concession card $45.00 spa afterwards. cost $4, (seniors 60+ just $3). • Late night swims. Night-time lane (10 passes) bookings essential. Late night lane swimming is available Plus, on Fridays — free aquarobics classes for swimming — adults only. 7.00—8.45pm Our childcare centre offers quality care on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday all. 12.00-12.45pm, bring a friend. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and each morning, Monday to Friday for centre nights, 8.00-8.45pm, if you want to work Team training — get into JAGS! JAGS is a Thursday. $4 covers swimming, spa, visitors. Choose from two session times: on your swim fitness later in the evening. sports specific training programme for teams. sauna and steam room. 8.45—10.15am or 10.15—11.45 (bookings Just $2 each. It involves a variety of cross-training activities • Aquarun sessions. This fun water essential). Sessions are $5.00 for under 2s JAGS is a team training programme that in and around the pool. Speak to our fitness obstacle course is in the pool each and $4.50 for over 2s. For bookings and takes you away from your normal training centre staff about a programme to meet your weekend from 12—1.30pm, for 8—12 more info phone 535-5502. venue and into the water. It adds great variety team’s specific training requirements. year olds. $2 per child. and is a fun way for teams to train. Speak to After your pool session or gym workout, • Tweens Aqua Party Friday 17 Need a space? Venue hire is available. our fitness centre staff about a programme to refuel at Splashes Café beside the pool. November 7.30pm—9pm. A fun night Our stadium, lounge and meeting room are meet your team’s needs. Splashes Café is open daily from 8am, serving for school children aged 10—13 years. all available for hire — for club use, social Our well-equipped cardio room has all you fine coffee and great food. $5 per child covers sausage sizzle gatherings, meetings, sports and more. need for general fitness training. Ask how we can accommodate your group. Mangere Community House 9TH MANUKAU — looking to the future Mangere residents are invited to put forward their ideas on the best use of the current Mangere Community House at 141 Robertson Road to ensure council can Vessel & Sculpture EXHIBITION & AWARD continue to meet the current and future needs of local residents. The building THE MANUKAU ART COMMUNITY HAS AWARDS NIGHT has been used as a Community House for FRIDAY 3 NOVEMBER 6.30PM UNTIL 26 OCTOBER TO SUBMIT ENTRIES more than 15 years but its classifi cation IN THE 2006 MANUKAU VESSEL AND SCULPTURE AWARDS. GUEST SELECTOR & ARTIST as a heritage building limits the type of FILIPE TOHI groups that can use it. Council will be THE AWARD SHOWCASES OUTSTANDING VESSEL AND SCULPTURE WORK EXHIBITION DATES consulting with community groups and 3—28 NOVEMBER 2006 BY ARTISTS FROM THROUGHOUT other interested parties throughout NEW ZEALAND. VENUE October to gather ideas and suggestions NATHAN HOMESTEAD, 70 HILL ROAD, PRIZE MONEY on future uses of the building. If you PREMIER AWARDS: $2500 MANUREWA would like to get involved, please call 09 2ND PRIZE: $1000 WWW.MANUKAU.GOVT.NZ 3RD PRIZE $750 275 4920 and leave a message including your name and contact details. Council ARTIST’S ENTRY FORMS PHOTO CONTACT NATHAN HOMESTEAD HAUPAPA (FEMALE) 1998, CUSTOMWOOD has contracted RIM consultants to PHONE 09 267 0180 BY FILIPE TOHI: COLLECTION GOVETT- undertake the project on its behalf. EMAIL CWHAIAPU@MANUKAU.GOT.NZ BREWSTER ART GALLERY
    • Schedule of meetings for Creative Communities New Zealand Manukau Resource Management October 2006 2005/06 Round 2 Successful Applicants Act 1991 Correction of venue details Notice of requirement and The Renaissance School of Dance applications for resource consent — Public notice is hereby given in terms Production of contemporary jazz, hiphop Manukau Harbour Crossing Project of the Local Government Offi cial and various other disciplines. $3498.75 Information and Meetings Act 1987 of an Class Act Opera amendment to the Schedule of Meetings The Creative Communities New Zealand Touring of Opera Fra Diavolo to low previously notifi ed. Scheme is a partnership between Creative decile schools. $3937.50 A meeting of the Howick Community New Zealand (which provides the funding) Tupaea — Donna Rawhakarite Board will be held on 30 October 2006, and local authorities (which administer Series of workshops and exhibitions by at the Howick Range Trust, 80 Wellington the scheme). The scheme aims to increase D Tupaea and N Borell as well as local Transit New Zealand (Transit) proposes Street, Howick, commencing at 7.00pm. participation in the arts, and increase secondary school students. $3653 to upgrade the existing State Highway 20 This is a change in venue from that the range and diversity of arts projects Aorere College (SH20) motorway between Queenstown incorrectly advertised in Manukau available. A multicultural mural. $7886.25 Road in Auckland city and Walmsley Road Matters Issue 6, 24 September, 2006. Applicants must be able to demonstrate Howick Art Group in Manukau city. The project includes the that their project meets one or more of Workshops, seminars and construction of an additional motorway these criteria: demonstrations by local artists. $2460 bridge across the Manukau Harbour • Increase participation in the arts Beachlands Baptist Church located east of the existing Mangere Change in opening hours • Increase community-wide interest Purchasing arts equipment and Bridge, the widening of the existing Manurewa and Te Matariki — in the arts costumes. $3262.50 motorway to the north and south of the Clendon Library • Enhance and strengthen the local Niue Kaufakalataha new bridge, the upgrade of Gloucester Our libraries at Clendon and Manurewa arts sector Booklet detailing the history and cultural Park interchange, alterations to local are changing their opening hours. There are two funding rounds per year heritage of the Niue people. $638 streets (Rimu Road/Mahunga Drive, Clendon Library: From 7 October the and the next funding round closes Friday Physically Disabled and Abled Bodied Neilson Street/Gloucester Park Road, library will open until 4pm on Saturdays, 4 pm 16 March 2007. For more information (PHAB) Purchasing musical instruments Orpheus Drive/Onehunga Harbour Road) an extension from the previous closing visit www.manukau.govt.nz/funding.htm to foster musical expression of its and modifi cation to access arrangements time of 12.30pm. or contact the Community Funding team members. $1012.50 to surrounding properties affected by the Manurewa Library: From 1 October this on 09 262 8900 ext. 8367. City of Sails Chorus Inc upgraded interchange at Gloucester Park library will no longer be opening late on Listed below are the successful National barbershop competition and Road. The project is called the ‘Manukau Tuesday nights. New hours are: applicants from round two of the 2005/06 supporting concert to appear in Manukau Harbour Crossing’ Project. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9am—5pm fi nancial year: city. $1500 Notices of requirement for designation Mondays and Thursdays 9am—8pm Handweavers & Spinners Guild The START Programme of land have been lodged with Auckland Saturdays 9.30am – 4pm Auckland Inc A biennial exhibition To establish a support programme for City Council and Manukau City Council including demonstrations. $409 emerging artists with workshops and solo and resource consent applications have Christina Productions Inc. exhibitions. $1500 been made to the Auckland Regional A spring concert. $740 Tautua Aoga Amata Charitable Trust Council by Transit, and are being jointly Community Board Discretionary and School All Saints Church Extending family Producing a Samoan children’s notifi ed. These comprise of: Holiday Funding for orientated concerts and plays. $888.75 songbook. $2812.50 • A notice of requirement to Auckland Community Groups Manurewa Central School Pakuranga Intermediate School City Council, pursuant to Section Mural celebrating the cultural heritage Student stage production. $4488.75 168 of the Resource Management Act Funding is now available to community of the surrounding communities for Equippers Youth (Equippers Church) 1991, for a designation of land for the groups and organisations to enhance centenary celebrations. $976.50 Organisation of Project X, a series of construction, operation and community, economic and environmental Chinese New Settlers Services youth workshops that will result in a live maintenance of the motorway on development of Manukau city and its Trust Youth art exhibition at Nathan performance. $4800.38 State Highway 20 at Onehunga, residents. Homestead. $1125 Yendarra Kindergarten including widening the existing Each of the city’s eight community Howick Little Theatre Maori and Pacifi c Island carvings. motorway, construction of a new boards has funding to allocate to Actor’s workshops. $1338.75 $5062.50 interchange at Gloucester Park, groups carrying out projects in their Howick Children’s & Youth Theatre Inc Manukau Performing Arts Inc. temporary works at Orpheus Drive communities. Silver Jubilee celebrations concert. (Spotlight Theatre) and realignment of the access to If your group is working on a project $1438.88 High tech Wizard of Oz production Selwyn Street or service that benefi ts the residents of The Academy of Strings utilizing the latest multimedia • A notice of a requirement to Manukau one or two communities within Manukau Free weekly concerts. $1380 applications. $7184.25 City Council, pursuant to Section 181 city, you are welcome to apply to our Challenge Trust Arts therapy for people Crosspower Ministries Trust of the Resource Management Act Community Board Discretionary Fund. with mental health illness or physical Support to assist Dziah Dance crew 1991, for an alteration to the School Holiday Programme funding disabilities. $1687.50 to compete in the 2006 Hiphop World designation in the Manukau City is also available to assist community Eastgate Community Trust Championships. $12,375 District Plan for “South Western organisations to provide holiday Art classes for young adults with Mills — Kay Motorway (SH20)” (reference 182) programmes and activities during the intellectual disabilities. $1885.50 Interactive story telling to Owairoa between Walmsley Road and the Christmas 2006/07 school holidays. Russian Youth Cultural Centre Special Needs children for 9 weeks, using Manukau Harbour for the All providers must have OSCAR French theatre production in Russian. music, sounds and puppets. $780 construction, operation and accreditation, (phone 0800 559 009 $1950 maintenance of State Highway 20 for more information on accreditation). at Mangere Bridge. Specifi cally, Please note that groups are required to Transit proposes to alter the contribute at least 1/3 of the overall cost Pacific Island Advisory Committee (PIAC) designation at the intersection of of the project. Crawford Avenue and Rimu Road, Applications to both funds close at along Mahunga Drive, including land 4.00 pm Friday, 27 October 2006. For Public notice is given of the October 2006 meeting of the Pacifi c Island Advisory zoned “Papakainga” and reserve land application forms or further information Committee (PIAC) to Manukau City Council. adjoining Waterfront Road. The land please phone the Funding Administrator Times & dates: 19 October 2006 at 6.00pm is to be designated as motorway on 262 8900 extension 8367. Location: Totara Room, Level 3, Civic Centre, 31-33 Wiri Station Road, Manukau and includes temporary construction Information and application forms may Contact: For more information contact: Faama Viliamu, PIAC Co-ordinator areas also be accessed via council’s website Call 262-8900 ext 8469 or email: fviliamu@manukau.govt.nz • Resource consents sought from www.manukau.govt.nz/funding.htm Auckland Regional Council (opposite):
    • Application No: 32683 File No: 19092 Any person may make a written submission on the notices Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the construction of new off-ramp over Tararata of requirement and/or applications no later than 4.30pm on Creek and widening and strengthening of the existing SH20 motorway bridge in Thursday 9 November 2006. The submission must be dated, accordance with Section 12(1) of the Resource Management Act 1991. signed and include the following information: Application No: 32684 File No: 19092 1. Your name, postal address, telephone no. and fax no. Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the occupation and use of the coastal marine (if applicable) area by the proposed SH20 southbound off-ramp bridge and the existing SH20 2. Details of the notices of requirement or applications motorway bridge at Tararata Creek, in accordance with Section 12(2)&(3) of the in respect of which you are making the submission, Resource Management Act 1991. including location Application No: 32687 File No: 19092 3. Whether you support or oppose or seek amendments to the Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the construction of a second SH20 Mangere notices of requirement or applications Bridge including temporary works for construction jetties and barge access ramps on 4. The reasons for your submission, including any conditions the southern foreshore, in accordance with Section 12(1) of the Resource Management you may wish the councils to include if a decision is made Act 1991. to recommend the requirements be confi rmed or grant Application No: 32688 File No: 19092 the applications Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the occupation and use of the coastal marine 5. Whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission area for a second Mangere Bridge for the SH20 motorway in accordance with Section 12(2)&(3) of the Resource Management Act 1991. All submissions relating to the ACC notice of requirement, MCC Application No: 33089 File No: 19092 notice of requirement and/or the ARC applications are to be served on the Auckland Regional Council, and may be delivered Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the temporary occupation and use of the coastal marine area for temporary construction jetties and barge access ramps on to the ARC Offi ce, 21 Pitt Street, Newton, Auckland or posted to the foreshore at the southern abutment of the Mangere Bridge, in accordance with Auckland Regional Council, Private Bag 92012, Newton. Section 12(2)&(3) of the Resource Management Act 1991. A copy of your submission must also be served, as soon as Application No: 32690 File No: 19092 reasonably practicable, on the applicant at Transit New Zealand, c/o Northern Gateway Alliance, PO Box 821, Auckland 1140, Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for a restricted coastal activity for the construction of an approximately 5500m 2 reclamation along Orpheus Drive and Attention: Belinda Petersen. Onehunga Harbour Road, including works for stormwater discharges in accordance Submissions on the notices of requirement and/or with Section 12(1) of the Resource Management Act 1991. applications may also be made on-line using the link www.aucklandcity.govt/sh20submission Application No: 33090 File No: 19092 Note: if your submission is made on-line, this will Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the construction of a bund seawall and the automatically be forwarded to the Auckland Regional Council occupation and use of the coastal marine area by a seawall along the Orpheus Drive & Onehunga Harbour Road reclamation, and occupation of the site up to the completion and a copy sent to Transit New Zealand and no additional service of the reclamations, in accordance with Section 12(1)(2)&(3) of the Resource is required. A copy will also be sent to the submitter’s email Management Act 1991. address on request. Application No: 32693 File No: 19092 The notices of requirement, applications and accompanying information may be viewed at: Application Details: An application for a discharge permit to discharge contaminants or water into coastal • Auckland City Council, Civic Building, 1 Greys Ave, water arising from the collection, treatment and discharge of stormwater associated with the SH20 Manukau Harbour Crossing Project, in accordance with Section 15(1) of Auckland Central, Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm the Resource Management Act 1991. • Auckland City Central Library, 44-46 Lorne Street, Auckland, Monday to Friday 9.30am to 8pm, Application No: 32694 File No: 19092 Saturday 10am to 4pm, Sunday 12pm to 4pm Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the construction of three stormwater • Onehunga Community Library, 85 Church Street, Onehunga, outfall coastal structures in the coastal marine area at Mahunga Drive; Waterfront Road Reserve; and at the extended Hill Street culvert beneath the Orpheus Drive Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm, Saturday 10am to 4pm reclamation, in accordance with Section 12(1) of the Resource Management Act 1991. • Manukau City Council, Kotuku House, 4 Osterley Way, Manukau city, Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm, Application No: 32695 File No: 19092 Wednesday 8.30am to 4pm Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the occupation and use of the coastal marine • Mangere Bridge Library, 5-7 Church Road, Mangere Bridge, area by three stormwater outfall coastal structures in the coastal marine area at Monday to Wednesday & Friday 9am to 5pm, Mahunga Drive; Waterfront Road Reserve; and at the extended Hill Street culvert beneath the Orpheus Drive reclamation, in accordance with Section 12(2)&(3) of the Thursday 9am to 8pm, Saturday 9.30am to 12.30pm Resource Management Act 1991. • Mangere Town Centre Library, Bader Drive, Monday to Wednesday & Friday 9am to 5pm, Application No: 33091 File No: 19092 Thursday 9am to 7pm, Saturday 9.30am to 4pm Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the construction of an outfall structure for • Auckland Regional Council, 21 Pitt Street, Newton, stormwater from the proposed Gloucester Park stormwater pond to the coastal marine area at Onehunga Harbour Road, in accordance with Section 12(1) of the Monday to Friday between the hours of 8.30am to 4.30pm Resource Management Act 1991. The information may also be viewed on the following Application No: 33092 File No: 19092 websites www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/isthmusplan, Application Details: An application for a coastal permit for the occupation and use of the coastal marine www.manukau.govt.nz and www.arc.govt.nz area at Onehunga Harbour Road by an outfall structure for stormwater from the Should you require any further assistance, please contact the proposed Gloucester Park stormwater pond, in accordance with Section 12(2)&(3) of the Resource Management Act 1991. relevant agency as follows: Application No: 32637 File No: 18908 Auckland City The Duty Planner Ph 09 379 2020 Application Details: An application for a discharge permit for the diversion and discharge of stormwater Council — Isthmus & including contaminants from new impervious areas greater than 5000m 2, associated Island Resource with the construction of a road in the vicinity of Tararata Creek, in accordance with Management Sections 14 & 15 of the Resource Management Act 1991. Application No: 33093 File No: 18908 Manukau City Farida Dean Ph 09 262 8900 Application Details: An application for a land use consent for works in a watercourse for the extension Council ext 8119 of an existing culvert by approximately 10m upstream into an existing drainage channel opposite Hill Street Onehunga, in accordance with Section 13 of the Resource Auckland Christine Mitchell Ph 09 366 2000 Management Act 1991. Regional Application No: 32246 File No: 18908 Council Application Details: An application for a land use consent for earthworks, sediment control and vegetation removal to undertake 22ha of earthworks within the sediment control protection area, in accordance with Section 9 of the Resource Management Act 1991.
    • 1. Your name, postal address, telephone No. and fax No. Notification of a Notice of Applications for Resource Consents (if applicable) Requirement under Section For Kawakawa Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant 2. Details of the application in respect of which you are making 168A of the Resource 21 Pitt Street, Private Bag 92 012, Auckland, New Zealand, the submission, including location Management Act 1991 DX CP 28 008 Pitt St, Telephone +64 9 366 2000, 3. Whether you support or oppose the application Manukau City Council has received a Facsimile +64 9 366 2155. 4. The reasons for your submission, including any conditions Notice of Requirement from Manukau Manukau Water Limited has applied to the Auckland Regional you may wish the Council to include if a decision is made to Water Ltd. Council for consents to discharge treated wastewater from grant the application Location: 1491 Clevedon Kawakawa a proposed treatment plant in Glen Forest, Kawakawa Bay. 5. Whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission. Road, Clevedon. Commonly known as the Discharges are proposed to the adjacent Rautawa Stream and to Submissions are to be served on the Auckland Regional Council, southern part of the “Glen Forest” block. afforested land. Related applications made to the ARC include and may be posted, faxed or delivered to the ARC offi ce, the Part 2 Te Kawakawa No 2 and Part Orere consents for industrial or trade process, contaminants to air and address and fax number for service are stated above. Please and Taupo Blocks, part now being more stormwater control of sediment (from earthworks). note that we are unable to accept submissions in electronic particularly described as Lot 1 DP 55842 The proposed Kawakawa Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant format. A copy of your submission must also be served, as soon Kawakawa Bay Wastewater will be designed to receive and treat wastewater from a summer as reasonably practicable, on the Applicant at the address for Treatment Plant and Disposal System: population of 2540 people — this will equate to an average service stated above. Elements of the proposed wastewater daily fl ow rate of 330 m 3/day. The maximum daily fl ow rate for The applications and accompanying information can be viewed scheme within the proposed designated discharge to Rautawa stream is 330 m 3/day while the maximum at the offi ce of the Auckland Regional Council, Monday to Friday land will include: discharge to land will be 800m 3/day. between the hours of 8.30am and 4.30pm. Alternatively, the (a) Wastewater treatment plant Any person may make a written submission on the application may also be viewed at Manukau City Council, Kotuku processes and ancillary activities applications (below) to the Auckland Regional Council no later House, Osterley Way, Manukau city centre and at the Kawakawa (b) Application of effl uent to land and than 4.30pm on the submission closing date. The submission Bay Public Library. ancillary activities must be dated, signed and include the following information For further information on the application, and making a (c) Discharge of effl uent to water and (see right): submission visit the website www.arc.govt.nz or phone 366 2000 ancillary activities or 0800 80 60 40 if calling from outside the Auckland area. (d) Ancillary administrative offi ces, Pieter Tuinder Group Manager Consents and Consents Compliance workshop, car parking, storage and Applicant: Manukau City Council T/A Manukau Water utilities, ancillary to the wastewater treatment plant Address for Service: Hill Young Cooper Ltd, PO Box 99847, Newmarket. Attention Ms Miriam Eagle. (e) Vegetation clearance, earthworks, Application No.: 30829 File No. 18279 roading/tracking and the installation of An application for Consent to Discharge Contaminants to Air from the operation of a wastewater treatment pipelines/culverts across the stream/ Application Details: plant, where the main potential discharge into air is odour, in accordance with Section 15(1)(c) of the Resource Management Act 1991. Approximate Map Reference NZTM 1793290 5907170 wetland area in accordance with the requirements of the Auckland Regional Application No.: 30830 File No. 18281 Council An application for the Diversion and Discharge of Stormwater from impervious surfaces associated with the (f) Buildings and activities which are proposed treatment plant and from roads required for accessing the plant. This application also addresses Application Details: the discharge of contaminants from the treatment plant and associated disposal area which is identifi ed as associated with the construction of the an Industrial and Trade Process in the Proposed Auckland Regional Plan: Air, Land and Water. The consent is wastewater treatment plant required in accordance with Sections 14 and 15 of the Resource Management Act 1991. Address for service: Iris Tscharntke, Application No.: 30831 File No. 18280 Manukau Water Ltd, Private Bag 76917, An application for a Land Use Consent: Sediment Control in accordance with Section 9(3) of the Resource Manukau city. Application Details: Management Act 1991 to establish a wastewater treatment facility involving approximately 14,000m 3 of Submissions to this Requirement must earthworks totalling an area of approximately 2ha. be received no later than 5.00pm on Application No.: 30833 File No. 17465 Monday 6 November 2006. An application for consent to discharge up to 800 m3/day of domestic wastewater, treated to a tertiary If you wish to make a submission Application Details: wastewater standard, to land in Glen Forest, in accordance with section 15(1)(b) of the Resource Management on this Requirement, send it in writing Act 1991. to the Manager — Resource Consents, Application No.: 31272 File No. 18547 Manukau City Council, Private Bag 76917, An application for Consent to authorise the Discharge of Wastewater to land or water in accordance with Manukau city to arrive no later than the Application Details: Section 15(1)(a) and (b) of the Resource Management Act 1991 and is associated with emergency overfl ows date listed above. from the proposed reticulated wastewater system. The submission must be on Form 21 Application No.: 33143 File No. 17465 dated, signed by you, and include the An application for Consent to Discharge up to 330 m3/day of Domestic Wastewater, treated to a tertiary following information: Application Details: wastewater standard, to Rautawa Stream, in accordance with Section 15(1)(a) of the Resource Management 1 Name, postal address and phone Act 1991. number/fax number 1491 Clevedon Kawakawa Road, Clevedon, Manukau city. Approximate Map Reference NZTM 1793000 2 Details of the Requirement in respect Location: 5906700 of which you are making the Legal Description: Lot 1 DP 55842 & PT Te Kawakawa No 2 & PT Orere Taupo Blks & DP 12971 Wairoa SD, Manukau City Council submission, including location Submission Closing Date: 6 November 2006. 3 Whether you support or oppose the Requirement 4 Your submission with reasons. • The fourth section contains copies of Sports Parks Draft Management Plan 5 The decision you wish the Manukau supporting documents City Council to make In accordance with Section 41 of • The fi rst section contains background Submissions are welcome on any aspect 6 Whether you wish to be heard in the Reserves Act 1977, council has about Manukau’s parks in general and of the draft plan or on any specifi c park support of your submission prepared a draft management plan that sports parks specifi cally or parks. The Requirement can be viewed and incorporates 50 sports parks into a • The second section contains generic To receive a copy of the draft plan, copies of submission forms are available single plan. They are home to more than objectives and policies that will guide contact Malcolm Page, Senior Parks at the Kotuku Customer Centre, Manukau 70 sports clubs and also used by the the management and development of Planner at: Manukau City Council, Square, Manukau. wider community for general recreation. all sports parks in Manukau city Private Bag 76-917, Manukau city. A copy of your submission must be Interested persons or organisations • The third section contains detailed Telephone 262 5243. Fax 262 5171. served as soon as reasonably practicable are invited to make submissions on the information and plans of each Email mpage@manukau.govt.nz on the Requiring Authority and should be draft plan. individual sports park in the city and The closing date for submissions is sent to the Address for Service The management plan is set out in any specifi c issues that may apply to a Friday 15 December 2006. noted above. four sections. particular park
    • PROPOSED SUBSIDIARY COMPANY FOR TOMORROW’S MANUKAU PROPERTIES LIMITED SUMMARY Manukau City Council proposes to establish a council-controlled trading organisation (CCTO) which would be a wholly owned subsidiary of Tomorrow’s Manukau Properties Limited (TMPL). TMPL is a council-controlled trading organisation formed in 2005 to manage the establishment of the new Flat Bush town centre. TMPL might also, in the future, manage development of other council-owned land if requested to do so by Council. So that TMPL can separate the Flat Bush town centre project from other possible property developments for the council, its directors have asked to establish a subsidiary council-controlled trading organisation. The directors of TMPL would also be the directors of the subsidiary. The board of directors will report on and be accountable for the performance of the subsidiary in terms of the annually negotiated Statement of Intent (SOI). TMPL’s subsidiary’s constitution will specify that TMPL’s subsidiary requires Council approval to undertake signifi cant transactions or undertake new types of activities. TMPL’s subsidiary will be required to report on its performance in quarterly and annual reports to Council. Both the SOI and Annual Reports for TMPL’s subsidiary would be published and available to the public each year. Council continues to own its land at Flat Bush. Following the establishment of the CCTO as a subsidiary of TMPL, Council proposes to transfer its land at Flat Bush to the subsidiary CCTO rather than directly to TMPL as originally planned. TMPL will manage the development of the Flat Bush town centre land under this option in the same way as under the alternative option. Project management and operational matters will be TMPL’s responsibility. The Council’s advice is that this is the best option commercially, legally and fi nancially. Set-up costs are estimated to be around $1000. BENEFITS COSTS IMPACT Provides fl exibility to TMPL if Council asks Minimal establishment and ongoing No material costs to the community of it take on other responsibilities. operational costs. the proposal to establish the CCTO. TMPL and Council can compartmentalise TMPL’s directors would be the directors of The CCTO’s establishment will, of commercial risk from the Flat Bush the CCTO with no additional directors’ fees itself, have no impact on the fi nancial town centre development and any other paid for the additional duties. outcomes of the Flat Bush town centre activities. development. By establishing a subsidiary the Council provides TMPL with more options to realise the land value when it is sold, that could provide a more favourable tax treatment. The Council has also identifi ed, then assessed, one other practicable option. This was for HAVE YOUR SAY TMPL to continue as is, without incorporating the subsidiary and the Flat Bush land is transferred to TMPL. This is the status quo. Council is keen to know what you think See over for The benefi ts of this option are: about the proposal to establish a new CCTO, submission form • Lowest initial administrative cost which will be a subsidiary of TMPL. • Avoids establishment cost of about $1000 Councillors will consider all of the • Avoids the Council’s ongoing administration and monitoring submissions before making a decision as of a further CCTO to whether it will establish the CCTO. If you make a written submission, you also have COSTS the opportunity to make an oral submission to the Councillors. Councillors will hear the • Does not achieve TMPL’s objectives of providing the best oral submissions in mid November. structure for developing the Flat Bush land The Statement of Proposal is available • Loses the opportunity to quarantine possible risks from from and may be inspected at Council developing the Flat Bush land in a subsidiary libraries, the Customer Service Centre and • Might not be tax effective the Manukau Civic Centre, Wiri Station Rd, Manukau. The Council believes a new CCTO is the best option to meet the Council’s objectives and Please fi ll in the submission form overleaf is in line with normal business practice. Neither option has any impact on the social, and send your submission to: environmental or cultural well-beings or on the Council’s ability to deliver its statutory The Submissions Administrator, responsibilities. Manukau City Council, Because of specifi c legal and fi nancial implications, a decision on the CCTO is needed Private Bag 76 917, Manukau city. before the Flat Bush town centre land is transferred to TMPL later in 2006. Submissions can be emailed to councilplan@ The full Statement of Proposal and submission forms are available from Council libraries, manukau.govt.nz. Submissions must be the Customer Service Centre at the Manukau Civic Centre. The submission form is overleaf. received by 4pm on 3 November 2006
    • See over for more details PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH A COUNCIL- CONTROLLED TRADING ORGANISATION, SUBSIDIARY OF TOMORROW’S MANUKAU PROPERTIES LTD The Manukau City Council wants to hear what you think about the establishment of a subsidiary of Tomorrow’s Manukau Properties Limited. Copies of the Statement of Proposal are available at Manukau City Council libraries and the Customer Centre at Kotuku House, Osterley Way, Manukau city centre. SUBMISSION FORM Please print clearly Name: Mr / Mrs / Ms / Miss (fi rst name) (surname) Address Daytime Telephone Fax Organisation represented (if applicable): Do you wish to be heard by the Strategic Directions Committee: (Please tick one) Yes No Write or attach your submission here (include extra pages if necessary) Submissions close 4pm, 3 November 2006 POST YOUR SUBMISSION TO: The Submissions Administrator, Manukau City Council, Private Bag 76917, Manukau city. OR FAX TO: 262 5737 OR EMAIL councilplan@manukau.govt.nz Please note: Submissions will be included in papers available to the public.