Saturday 12 November 2016, 10 am at the Pukerua Bay School Hall. See more event details.
A community-led initiative to make Pukerua Bay pest-free, that is, free of mustelids and rats, to encourage native birds, lizards and invertebrates to return. Join the group on Facebook, or email them (see event details).
Rat traps and tunnels courtesy of Department of Conservation, to keen Pukerua Bay trappers for a $20 donation, which will help buy more traps.
Kelvin Hastie will be there to share his experiences making Crofton Downs Wellington’s first pest–free suburb and we will demonstrate how to use traps and get started. We will also have a speaker from the Kāpiti Biodiversity Project.
Tuesday 8 November 2016
Present: Iain McLean, Brian Sullivan, June Penhey, Jonathan Harker, Paul FitzGerald, Kate Dreaver, Dale Williams (PCC).
Community: Josh Wrightson, Olly Gittins, Peter Roach.
Apologies: Nick Vincent, Beccy Davis, Pauline Morse, Bill Inge (PCC), Beverly Wakem (PCC), Jenny Brash (GWRC). Continue reading “November 2016 Residents’ Association meeting minutes”
Annual General Meeting
Tuesday 3 November 2015
Committee members: Kate Dreaver, Jonathan Harker, Iain MacLean, Pauline Morse, June Penhey, Dagmar Pesendorfer, Geert van de Vorstenbosch.
Porirua City Council (PCC): Bronwyn Kropp.
Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC): Jenny Brash.
Community: Jenny Dawson, Rachel Prebble, Gay Hay, Pamela Gerrish-Nunn, Jacqui McIntosh, Nick Markwell, Nick Vincent, Fiona Sutton, Bernard Knapp, Margaret Blair, Brian Sullivan, Lee Begg, Ted Coats, Gillian Candler, Dale Shirtliff, Yvonne Fletcher, Paul FitzGerald, Phil Wiles, Angela Fisher.
Anita Baker (PCC), Barbara Donaldson (GWRC), Euon Murrell (PCC), Tim Sheppard (PCC). Continue reading “2015 Residents’ Association AGM Minutes”
This year the committee continued its focus on our Village Planning projects, in particular the Muri Reserve community garden/food forest, safety along people travelling along Muri Road and the Green and Gold trails, as well as responding to issues arising from the opening of Te Araroa walkway, and supporting the Pukerua Bay Store. Continue reading “Pukerua Bay Residents’ Association — 2016 Annual report of the Chair”