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Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board Plan

Have we got it right?

Have your say on your draft Local Board Plan. The Local Board Plan is the three-year strategic document that sets the direction and priorities for the Local Board. It guides what the Local Board will fund, what it advocates for, and most importantly how it will support the community. The draft plan reflects what we heard from the community earlier this year, and the Local Board looks forward to hearing what you think about this plan.

Copies of this draft are now available

online at shapeauckland.co.nz
at the Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board Office
from Auckland Council customer services, and selected libraries and service centres.

Drop in to one of our information sessions:

Wednesday 9 July 2014: 10am-12pm, and 6pm-8pm
Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board Office, 7-13 Pilkington Road, Panmure

Thursday 17 July 2014: 10am-12pm, and 6pm-8pm
Onehunga Community Centre, 83 Church Street, Onehunga

Visit shapeauckland.co.nz to make your submission online.

Submissions open Monday 7 July and must be received by 5pm, Wednesday 6 August 2014.

What’s next?

Hearings will be held between August and September 2014 to consider all submissions before finalising our Local Board Plan. The final plan will be adopted by 31 October 2014.

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To find out more about the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board: drop by our office at 7-13 Pilkington Rd (beside Panmure Library), go to visitwww.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/MTLB or facebook www.facebook.com/maungakiekietamaki

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