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HBRC Draft Annual Plan Submissions Reminder

HBRC Draft Annual Plan Submissions Reminder

People wanting to submit on Hawke’s Bay Regional Council’s Draft Annual Plan 2014-15 are reminded that submissions close on Monday 12 May at 5pm.

Council will be considering this community input at the Annual Plan meeting on 4-5 June.

To prepare a submission, submitters can read a copy of the full Draft Annual Plan at all public libraries in Hawke’s Bay and on HBRC’s website www.hbrc.govt.nz. Copies can be also requested from HBRC at 159 Dalton Street, Napier or phone 06 835 9200 (0800 108 838 outside the toll free area).

Submission forms are available on line and submitters can indicate if they want to present their submission in person at the Annual Plan meeting next month. Submissions can be delivered to HBRC’s Napier office, emailed to draftplan@hbrc.govt.nz or faxed to 06 835 3601. Submitters need to be aware that late submissions cannot be accepted.

The Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme consultation submissions are separate from the Annual Plan process and close at 5pm Tuesday 3 June. The email address for these submissions is also different -haveyoursay@hbrc.govt.nz.


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