Albert-Eden Local Board

 

OPEN MINUTES

 

 

 

Minutes of a meeting of the Albert-Eden Local Board held in the Albert-Eden Local Board Office, 114 Dominion Road, Mt Eden, and online via Microsoft Teams on Thursday, 28 March 2024 at 10.00am.

 

Te Hunga kua Tae mai | present

 

Chairperson

Margi Watson

 

Deputy Chairperson

Kendyl Smith

 

Members

José Fowler

 

 

Julia Maskill

 

 

Christina Robertson

 

 

Liv Roe

In attendance via Microsoft Teams

 

Rex Smith

 

 

Jack Tan

 

 

 


Albert-Eden Local Board

28 March 2024

 

 

 

1          Nau mai | Welcome

 

Chairperson M Watson commenced the meeting with a karakia and welcomed all in

attendance.

 

 

2          Ngā Tamōtanga | Apologies

 

There were no apologies.

 

 

 

3          Te Whakapuaki i te Whai Pānga | Declaration of Interest

 

There were no declarations of interest.

 

 

4          Te Whakaū i ngā Āmiki | Confirmation of Minutes

 

Resolution number AE/2024/15

MOVED by Chairperson M Watson, seconded by Member R Smith:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)          whakaū / confirm the minutes of its ordinary meeting held on Thursday, 22 February 2024, as true and correct.

CARRIED

 

 

5          He Tamōtanga Motuhake | Leave of Absence

 

There were no leaves of absence.

 

 

6          Te Mihi | Acknowledgements

 

6.1

Acknowledgement - Passing of Rod Oram

 

Resolution number AE/2024/16

MOVED by Member C Robertson, seconded by Deputy Chairperson K Smith:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)             acknowledge the passing of Rod Oram, a leading commentator on business, climate, environmental issues and a parishioner at St Andrew’s Church, Epsom, and sends its deepest condolences to his loved ones.

CARRIED

 

 

6.2

Acknowledgement - 25th Anniversary of Sanctuary Mahi Whenua Gardens

 

Resolution number AE/2024/17

MOVED by Member C Robertson, seconded by Member J Maskill:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)             acknowledge Sanctuary Mahi Whenua Gardens on the celebration of its 25th anniversary and note the efforts of volunteers in establishing one of Auckland’s first food forests.

CARRIED

 

 

7          Ngā Petihana | Petitions

 

There were no petitions.

 

 

8          Ngā Tono Whakaaturanga | Deputations

 

There were no deputations.

 

 

9          Te Matapaki Tūmatanui  | Public Forum

 

9.1

Public Forum - Peter Butler - Auckland Swords Fencing Club

 

Peter Butler, Nancy Zhang and Kyle MacDonald – committee members, Auckland Swords Fencing Club, were in attendance to deliver a presentation regarding the club’s activities over the past 12 months and outlining the club’s future plans.

 

A video was shared by the presenters, which can be accessed via the following link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G44khwTe2fs.

 

Resolution number AE/2024/18

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson K Smith, seconded by Member J Fowler:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      thank Peter Butler, Nancy Zhang and Kyle MacDonald – committee members, Auckland Swords Fencing Club, for their attendance and presentation regarding the club’s activities over the past 12 months and outlining the club’s future plans.

CARRIED

 

 

 

10        Ngā Pakihi Autaia | Extraordinary Business

 

There was no extraordinary business.

 

 

11

New community lease to the Auckland Netball Centre Incorporated at Windmill Park, 48-108 Windmill Road, Mt Eden

 

Jo Heaven – Senior Community Lease Advisor, was in attendance online via Microsoft Teams to speak to the report.

 

Resolution number AE/2024/19

MOVED by Member R Smith, seconded by Chairperson M Watson:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      grant a new community lease to Auckland Netball Centre Incorporated for an area 155m² (more or less) for the council-owned building located Windmill Park, 48-108 Windmill Road, Mt Eden being Deposited Plan 7269 in Certificate of Title NA270/60 (Attachment A) subject to the following terms and conditions:

i)       term – three (3) years, commencing 1 April 2024 with one right of renewal for a further three (3) years, and final expiry on 31 March 2030

ii)      rent – $1,300 plus Goods and Services Tax (GST) per annum

iii)     maintenance fee - $5,000 plus GST per annum

iv)     request a community outcomes plan be prepared and that this be attached as a schedule to the lease agreement

vi)     note their willingness to share the upstairs space with other groups.

b)      tuhi / note all other terms and conditions will be in accordance with the Auckland Council Community Occupancy Guidelines (Updated 2023).

c)      thank Jo Heaven – Senior Community Lease Advisor, for her advice and attendance.

CARRIED

 

 

12

Approval of concept plan for Windmill Park at 48 - 108 Windmill Road, Mt Eden

 

Grant Burke - Programme Manager (FF Contracts), was in attendance to speak to the report.

 

MOVED by Member C Robertson, seconded by Member J Maskill:

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      whakaae / approve the concept plan for Windmill Park, located at 48 – 108 Windmill Road, Mt Eden as per Attachment A of this agenda report.

b)      expresses its gratitude to Te Ākitai Waihoua and Te Putukirikiri for partnering with the local board throughout the development on the Windmill Park Concept Plan and note the importance to Mana Whenua of the values associated with the viewshaft and the history of the park.

c)      thank the 177 people and 7 groups that submitted their comments on the draft Windmill Park Concept Plan.

d)      thank staff for their support in the development of the Windmill Park Concept Plan.

e)      request staff consider opportunities to deliver recommended capital projects utilising FY2025 budgets.

f)       thank Grant Burke- Programme Manager (FF Contracts), for his advice and attendance.

 

 

An amendment was Moved by Deputy Chairperson K Smith, Seconded by Member R Smith.

a)         whakaae / approve the concept plan for Windmill Park at 48 through to 108 Windmill Road, Mount Eden, as per attachment A of this agenda report, but request that staff amend words on page 2 the concept plan noting view shafts of the Maunga are of ‘the highest priority’ to ‘a priority’ noting that view shafts are not protected by the Auckland Unitary Plan (AUP).

Voting was done via voice and show of hands and was TIED.

Chairperson M Watson exercised their casting vote against.

The amendment was LOST.

 

The chairperson put the substantive motion.

 

Resolution number AE/2024/20

MOVED by Member C Robertson, seconded by Member J Maskill:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)          whakaae / approve the concept plan for Windmill Park, located at 48 – 108 Windmill Road, Mt Eden as per Attachment A of this agenda report.

b)      expresses its gratitude to Te Ākitai Waihoua and Te Putukirikiri for partnering with the local board throughout the development on the Windmill Park Concept Plan and note the importance to Mana Whenua of the values associated with the viewshaft and the history of the park.

c)      thank the 177 people and 7 groups that submitted their comments on the draft Windmill Park Concept Plan.

d)      thank staff for their support in the development of the Windmill Park Concept Plan.

e)      request staff consider opportunities to deliver recommended capital projects utilising FY2025 budgets.

f)       thank Grant Burke- Programme Manager (FF Contracts), for his advice and attendance.

CARRIED

 

Note:   In accordance with Standing Order 1.9.7, Member J Tan and Member R Smith voted against the motion and requested that their dissenting votes be recorded.

 

 

13

Project Kōkiri - Setting priorities for Auckland Transport project and programme engagement

 

Bruce Thomas – Auckland Transport Elected Member Relationship Manager, was in attendance to speak to the report.

 

Resolution number AE/2024/21

MOVED by Chairperson M Watson, seconded by Member J Maskill:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)         request that Auckland Transport collaborate with the Albert-Eden Local Board on the following proposed work programme projects:

Local Board Transport Capital Fund

i)           Western Springs signalised crossing

ii)         Greenwoods Corner Village intersection improvement

iii)        Mt Albert Aquatic Centre public accessway

iv)        Town Centre Parking Signage for Mt Albert, Mt Eden and Pt Chevalier

v)         Bicycle shelters in Pt Chevalier Town Centre, Phyllis Reserve and in other locations to be discussed and in a style agreed to by the local board

vi)        Suitable, non-deciduous, native street trees and rain gardens

vii)      Maclean St crossing outside the Elim Christian School.

b)         request that Auckland Transport consult with the Albert-Eden Local Board on the following proposed work programme projects:

Auckland Cycling Programme

i)           Pt Chevalier to Westmere improvement

Capital project

ii)         Carrington Road Safety Improvements

Network Optimisation

iii)        Dynamic bus lane Great North Road, Waterview

iv)        Dynamic intersection New North Road/Mt Albert Road

v)         Dynamic Intersection Mt Eden Road/Stokes Road

vi)        Dynamic Active Mode Crossing Dominion Road/Valley Road/Walters Road

vii)      Dominion Road corridor improvements

Community Initiated Engineering Programme

viii)     Onslow Avenue and The Drive and St Andrews Intersection upgrade

ix)        Pt Chevalier Road/Great North Road Zebra Crossing

x)         Fowlds Avenue Intersection Improvements

Road Safety

xi)        Manukau Road near Ngaroma Road, Epsom - Signalised mid-block pedestrian crossing

xii)      532 and 579 Sandringham Road Signalised Raised mid-block crossing

xiii)     Mt Eden Road/Landscape Road Intersection Improvement

Parking proposals

xiv)     Eden Terrace paid parking

xv)      Essex Road Car Park Price Review and car park sign

xvi)     Kingsland Price Review

xvii)   Mount Eden Residential Parking Zone review

xviii)  Eden Terrace Ruru, Nikau, Flower streets paid parking

Capital Projects

xix)     Pedestrian Level Crossing Removal Lloyd Avenue.

c)          request Auckland Transport to inform the Albert-Eden Local Board on the following proposed work programme projects:

Public transport minor projects

i)           Dominion Road Bridge and Wall West Seismic Assessment - Dominion Road/New North Road Interchange

ii)         65 Sandringham Road Veranda Cutback

iii)        Pedestrian Rail Level Crossing Gating Baldwin Avenue

Community partnership programmes and Sustainable Mobility

iv)        Upcoming events, drop in sessions promotions.

d)         request that Auckland Transport inform the local board quarterly on Death and Serious Injury (DSI) data and provide fatality incident reports for road corridor deaths in the Albert-Eden Local Board area.

e)          request that Auckland Transport consider the following projects for inclusion in the proposed work programme:

Road Safety

i)           Assess risk and address issues at Pak n Save, New North Road in Mt Albert with trucks parking on median and block the view of the pedestrian island.

ii)         Implement solutions to address speeding occurring in the 30km/hr zone on Pt Chevalier Road

iii)        Investigate options and implement solutions to reduce speeding and “rat running” on Pt Chevalier “bird” streets – Moa Road, Kiwi Road, Huia Road, Tui Street and Walmer Road

iv)        Request monitoring/working with community groups in “bird” streets, Pt Chevalier while work is done to potential rat running, such as:

A)         Look at refreshing the existing (though well-worn) threshold treatments at the entrances to the “bird” streets

B)         Futureproof roundabout design at Meola Road/Pt Chevalier Road to allow for a future extension north along Pt Chevalier Road

C)         Explore a tactical extension for cyclists to Coyle Park (in line with Governing Body strategic direction to ‘do more with less’).

v)         Review speeds outside the three Albert-Eden Local Board area schools that were missed in the previous tranches of Katoa ka Ora

vi)        Request the following planned road safety improvements and brought forward in the schedule for delivery:

A)         Manukau Road Between Greenlane West and Campbell Crescent Pedestrian/Corridor Improvement

B)         Campbell Crescent Between Manukau Road North and South Intersections Pedestrian/Corridor Improvement

C)         Mt Eden Road From #235 and #281 Mt Eden Road Pedestrian Improvement

D)         Balmoral Town Centre Dominion Road Pedestrian/Corridor Improvement Investigation

E)         Pt Chevalier Town Centre

vii)      Investigate options to address safety and traffic flow issues resulting from the right-hand turn from Balmoral Road into Wiremu Street

viii)     Implement changes to footpath safety issues created by vehicle access into 588 Sandringham Road

ix)        Implement infrastructure solutions where speed restrictions alone are not sufficient to decrease speeds.

Walking and cycling

x)         The development of key new walking and cycling paths identified in the Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Plan, especially key connections such as:

A)         Motu Manawa - Howlett Reserve to Fairlands Reserve and Heron Park (via road reserve and boardwalks)

B)         Western Springs to Greenlane Express - a longer route on St Lukes Road to Balmoral Road and Greenlane West, connecting across the local board area

xi)        Develop and implement bike to sport programmes

xii)      Encourage bike valets to operate at stadium events

xiii)     Fund bike hubs in Epsom, Greenlane and Pt Chevalier/Waterview

xiv)     Fund bike shelters for town centres including Pt Chevalier, Kingsland and Mt Albert (already on the cycleway routes)

xv)      Request for activations in Waterview Reserve and Harbutt Reserve to increase uptake of cycling

xvi)     Trial innovative projects to re-shape streets to be fun, safe spaces for walking, cycling and playing, especially for children

Parking

xvii)   Parking is prioritised for loading zones, older people, families and mobility access, and some parking is provided near resident’s homes

xviii)  Review prevention tools needed (possibly hitsticks or similar) for Broken Yellow Lines outside 1221 Great North Road, Pt Chevalier to stop people parking on them as illegal parking blocks the active traffic lane for buses and cars

xix)     Implement a cost-effective approach to stopping berm parking to increase safety for all.

Corridor development and town centres

xx)      Review projects which were going to be delivered through Connected Communities on New North Road and reinstate smaller scale and cost projects that can progress

xxi)     Upgrade Dominion Road, Mt Albert, Kingsland, Sandringham and Greenwoods Corner town centres

xxii)   Provide parking, walking, cycling and public transport connections near town centres, to support customers accessing businesses

xxiii)  Undertaken early consultation and planning to mitigate disruptive impacts from major infrastructure projects on residents and businesses

Renewals

xxiv)  Add the following footpath renewals:

A)         Croydon Road and Herbert Road, Mt Eden

B)         Wheturangi Road, Greenlane

C)         Gillies Avenue, King George Avenue, Epsom

D)         Review Great North Road, Waterview between Kokopu Lane and 1564 Great North Road and see what measures can be taken to improve footpath width and safety

xxv)   Review Pt Chevalier Road surface and renew sections that require renewal that are not picked up as part of the Westmere to Pt Chevalier project

xxvi)  Consider tying in the Waterbank Crescent renewal to the end of the Healthy Waters stormwater separation project

Passenger transport

xxvii)       Request more retail outlets for HOP card sales and top ups in our area

xxviii)      Support progress on being able to pay public transport fares by credit card and phone (with no additional transaction surcharge)

xxix)         Request re-instating option of being able to pay by cash on public transport

xxx)          Request reliable and frequent bus and train services and improved public notice of unplanned outages

xxxi)         Request review and adjustments to the St Lukes Wagener Place intersection to improve pedestrian movements

xxxii)       Request engagement with St Lukes Westfield to improve pedestrian access to the mall

xxxiii)      Request bike racks and bike parking/storage on public transport including buses, train and ferries, to add to what is missing and for those with capacity issues

xxxiv)      Request interchanges between services are a top priority to ensure success for any new/changed routes, they need to work well, be safe, quick and easy for the community and protected from the weather to ensure people are able to travel to where they want to go, and they are well used

xxxv)       Request a suite of solutions to ensure that buses can reach the turn around point at Coyle Park, which is a particular issue in summer and on weekends

xxxvi)      Request robust consultation on changes to public transport routes and timetables

xxxvii)    Discuss bus interchange locations with the local board and thoroughly assess impacts

Climate action

xxxviii)   The use of electric vehicles and bikes and installation of charging stations

xxxix)      Implementation of Hīkina te Wero: Environmental Action Plan 2020-2030

xl)               Projects and renewals align with the Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway and emission reduction goals.

f)       thank Bruce Thomas – Auckland Transport Elected Member Relationship Manager, for his attendance and advice.

CARRIED

 

 

Note:    Chairperson M Watson adjourned the meeting at 11.16am.

             Chairperson M Watson reconvened the meeting at 11.24am.

 

 

14

Representation review and local board reorganisation

 

John Nash - Programme Manager, was in attendance online via Microsoft Teams to speak to the report.

 

Resolution number AE/2024/22

MOVED by Member R Smith, seconded by Chairperson M Watson:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)          welcome the opportunity to provide feedback on the review of representation arrangements and the proposal to reduce the number of local boards.

b)         note that Albert-Eden Local Board is not seeking a change to its representation arrangements by name change, number of elected members, subdivisions or minor changes to its boundaries. 

c)          note that local board boundaries do not need to align with ward boundaries as the local board focuses on local matters and decisions and not regional decisions and that since local boards have governance over local physical assets such as parks and community facilities, it is desirable for local board boundaries to remain stable.

d)         note that cooperation between neighbouring local boards or subregional clusters can be facilitated under the current model.

e)          support the status quo of 21 local boards in Auckland Council, noting that over the past 14 years local board areas have developed distinct identities amongst their communities.

f)           note that the proposed amalgamated boards are not necessarily aligned on communities of interest with the Albert-Eden and Puketāpapa, or Henderson-Massey and Waitakere Ranges, being examples. 

g)         note that a reduced number of local boards with the current legislative limit of 12 members per board would impact their ability to fully represent or engage with their communities, especially when the large population numbers of the amalgamated local boards are considered

h)         note that the proposed Albert-Eden-Puketāpapa local board would have over 160,000 residents before any future growth within the area is included, for example, the Wairaka Precinct which predicts 12,000 new residents and significant intensification planned in Mt Roskill.

i)           note that accountability of, and accessibility to, elected members could be undermined by larger boards. 

j)           note that public and elected members are concerned that the proposal to reduce local boards is primarily a cost saving measure and neither aligns with the principle of subsidiarity nor necessarily deliver the cost savings anticipated.

k)          note that the transfer of local board assets and facilities to new local boards does not provide the benefits of long term planning as captured through Local Board Plan objectives and initiatives. 

l)           note that any reorganisation does not include any guidance on aligning role sizing and remuneration levels for elected members.

m)        note that the tightness of the current timeframe between a decision from the Local Government Commission and the 2025 local government elections will create confusion in the voting public and will likely lead to an even lower turnout of voters.

n)         request that if consultation shows substantial public support for a reduced number of local boards, that the reduction process timeframe is reconsidered and delayed until the 2028 elections.

o)         note that reorganisation being directed by others does not empower local boards

p)         note that if the reorganisation proposal had been socialised with local boards during the initial stages the local board’s views may have been different.

q)         oppose the reorganisation proposal and do not support the reorganisation proposal being progressed further.

r)           thank John Nash – Programme Manager, for his advice and online attendance via Microsoft Teams.

CARRIED

 

Note:     In accordance with Standing Orders 1.9.3 and 1.9.7, Member J Tan abstained from voting on this item and requested that his abstention be recorded.

 

 

15

Proposals for More Empowered Local Boards

 

John Nash – Programme Manager, was in attendance online via Microsoft Teams to speak to this report.

 

Resolution number AE/2024/23

MOVED by Chairperson M Watson, seconded by Member J Tan:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)          welcome the opportunity to provide feedback on staff proposals for more empowered local boards.

b)         support the proposal for more empowered local boards, noting the recommendations of the 2016 Governance Framework Review (GFR) and the Governing Body’s October 2021 decision to approve Increased Local Board Decision-making. 

c)          support the separation of the More Empowered Local Boards proposal from the Fewer Local Boards proposal and note concern that the conflation of the two proposals suggests to the public that local boards cannot be more empowered unless the number of local boards is reduced.

d)         urge council and Council-controlled Organisations’ (CCOs) management and governance support local boards to give full effect to the provisions included in, and envisaged by, the Local Government (Auckland Council) Act 2009 (LGACA) and enabled by Auckland Council to do so noting that according to the principle of subsidiarity enshrined in LGACA that non-regulatory decisions should be made by local boards except where decisions are better made on an Auckland-wide basis. 

e)          challenge council reliance on using the rationale of “except where decisions are better made on an Auckland-wide basis”, when removing decision-making for local boards on local board governed matters, assets and services as this is the key function of local boards and this exception is currently being utilised to award contracts for the Pools and Leisure management services. 

f)           note that while work on empowering local boards has been occurring, local boards have lost Landowner Approval Rights over applications for stormwater connections into local area parks and reserves as well as use of reserves for stormwater construction laydown sites.

g)         request information on whether delegated decision-making over local transport activities such as town centre improvements and street trading activities, would be funded by Auckland Transport. 

h)         consider the opportunity for local boards to have greater opportunities for local procurement.

i)           support the opportunity to have decision-making over local planning and policy development for local community services for such things as open space and town centres.

j)           request the ability and funding for local boards to acquire additional open space above the policy thresholds to meet the passive and active open space needs of current and future communities and note that local boards are unable to challenge the policies that direct council decisions, for example, the Open Space Provision and Acquisition Policies do not align with the needs generated by the Wairaka development to cater for the future population, and that these needs will also apply to other areas of intensification.

k)          request that local boards are provided the ability to source independent, external, expert or legal advice when the local board view may not align with that of the council family.

l)           request that staff investigate ways that common and/or generic advice can be shared with all local boards without staff having to attend 21 workshops.

m)        thank John Nash – Programme Manager, for his advice and online attendance via Microsoft Teams.

CARRIED

 

Note:     In accordance with Standing Order 1.9.7. Deputy Chairperson K Smith voted against resolution k) and requested that her dissenting vote on k) be recorded.

              In accordance with Standing Orders 1.9.3 and 1.9.7, Member J Maskill abstained from voting on this item and requested that her abstention be recorded.

 

 

16

Local board feedback on freshwater management in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland

 

Resolution number AE/2024/24

MOVED by Member C Robertson, seconded by Member J Maskill:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)          support the direction proposed in the region-wide vision statement including the objective as expressed in 4.3 and the direction proposed for the Hauraki FMU Support adding ‘resilience’ and ‘amenity’ as values in the Auckland Unitary Plan.

b)         support the proposed environmental outcomes noting that Te Auaunga Oakley Creek and Waitītiko Meola Creek both flow through Albert-Eden, and that the local board wishes to see improved water quality in its urban awa, as well as removing barriers to fish passage and progressively daylighting and naturalising the awa where they are currently channelled or piped.

c)          note that residents value both ecosystem health and the recreational amenity provided by local area urban water bodies.

d)         note that both local area urban awa have consistently poor water quality, with swimming not advised on SafeSwim, and that improved water quality would contribute to both ecological and amenity values.

e)          support the approach to identifying outstanding water bodies, but suggest that urban awa should also be prioritised, given that they are highly accessible points of contact with the natural environment for many Aucklanders.

f)           support the approach to using SafeSwim sites as primary contact sites.

g)         support including and managing copper and zinc as attributes.

h)         support including and managing temperature as an attribute.

i)           support the proposal to at least maintain the state of waterbodies where their health is already good and set targets for improvement where their health is currently poor.

j)           support the draft management options being considered.

k)          support the Making Space for Water programme, which provides an opportunity to improve the health of urban water bodies as well as improving flood resilience.

l)           support ongoing partnership with mana whenua.

m)        request ongoing engagement with local boards.

n)         support continuing the process of setting Auckland Council’s vision and direction.

CARRIED

 

 

17

Update on Watercare and Eke Panuku work programmes for Quarter Three (January - March 2024) and Council-controlled Organisation Engagement Plans

 

Resolution number AE/2024/25

MOVED by Member R Smith, seconded by Deputy Chairperson K Smith:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      whiwhi / receive the update on Council-controlled Organisation Engagement Plans and Watercare and Eke Panuku work programmes for Quarter Three (January - March 2024).

b)      thank Watercare and Eke Panuku for their quarter three updates  (January - March 2024) on the Council-controlled Organisation Engagement Plans and work programmes.

CARRIED

 

 

18

Albert-Eden-Puketāpapa Ward Councillors' Updates

 

Resolution number AE/2024/26

MOVED by Chairperson M Watson, seconded by Member C Robertson:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      receive Albert-Eden-Puketāpapa Ward Councillor Julie Fairey’s January and February 2024 - Ward Councillor Report.

CARRIED

 

 

19

Chairperson's Report

 

Resolution number AE/2024/27

MOVED by Deputy Chairperson K Smith, seconded by Member C Robertson:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      receive Chairperson M Watson’s March 2024 report.

CARRIED

 

 

 

20

Board Members' Reports

 

Resolution number AE/2024/28

MOVED by Chairperson M Watson, seconded by Member J Fowler:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      receive Members C Robertson, J Fowler, R Smith, L Roe, J Maskill, J Tan and Deputy Chairperson K Smith’s verbal Board Reports for March 2024.

CARRIED

 

 

 

21

Hōtaka Kaupapa/Governance Forward Work Programme Calendar

 

Resolution number AE/2024/29

MOVED by Chairperson M Watson, seconded by Deputy Chairperson K Smith:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      receive the Hōtaka Kaupapa/Governance Forward work programme calendar for March 2024.

CARRIED

 

 

 

22

Albert-Eden Local Board Workshop Records

 

Resolution number AE/2024/30

MOVED by Chairperson M Watson, seconded by Member R Smith:  

That the Albert-Eden Local Board:

a)      receive the Albert-Eden Local Board Workshop Records for the workshops held on 15 and 29 February 2024 and 7 and 14 March 2024.

CARRIED

 

 

 

 

 

23        Te Whakaaro ki ngā Take Pūtea e Autaia ana | Consideration of Extraordinary Items

 

There was no consideration of extraordinary items.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.47pm.                                            The chairperson thanked members for their attendance and attention to business and declared the meeting closed.

 

CONFIRMED AS A TRUE AND CORRECT RECORD AT A MEETING OF THE Albert-Eden Local Board HELD ON

 

 

 

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