• March 12, 2019
  • 7:00 pm
  • Waiatarua Community Centre

A Great AGM?

Yes.  This is a very important AGM.


UPDATE as at 1 March 2019: This is a continuation of the AGM that was held on Tuesday 19 February.  At that time only five members were voted onto committee.

We need officers for the roles of:

  • President
  • Vice-President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Library Representative

At the start of the AGM on 19 February the meeting voted to pause the meeting at the point of voting in officers.

This continuation of the meeting will seek to present candidates for these positions.

Also needed are non-officer positions for:

  • Event management
  • Promotions and Social media
  • Webmaster
  • Pest Control Representative

We will be voting in an almost completely new committee in the face of rapidly increasing traffic and visitor numbers in Waiatarua and our united effort with other parts of the Waitakere Ranges in pushing back Kauri dieback.

The future of Waiatarua is about to pass over to a new team.  And you could be part of that team.

The current committee has done some amazing work but they’ve been doing it for the past five years, they need a break, and it’s time for a change.  It’s time for you to come forward.

We promise to keep our AGM as short as possible so we can focus on catching up and finding out about important issues, over some kai, a a cup of tea, coffee, juice, beer or wine.

Who’s welcome?

You! and Everybody.

Our meeting is open to all.

But only members of the WRRA can vote.  You can join on the night as you arrive for $10.

What does the WRRA do?

Waiatarua has always been Auckland’s  gateway to the green of our forest and ocean, the black of the West Coast, the green of our rain forest, and the gold of Kauri.

We live in the Waitakere Ranges because we enjoy the nature, the silence, the air and the views; often of the twin coasts.

The Waiatarua Ratepayers and Residents Association (WRRA) was formed in the 1960’s to lobby Auckland City Council about unfair rate increases to benefit urban and suburban at the cost of rural.

Waiatarua is not rural and not urban and definitely not suburban.  We are part of Auckland but while we look upon the magic of Auckland each day, most Aucklanders are not looking out or up towards us.

The WRRA exists to represent you.

If you’d like to know more, to meet us, or your neighbours, or just to enjoy some snack and drink with us then please come along.

Kai

Tea, coffee and cold drinks provided by the WRRA.

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