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it might be proposed for Rangiora’s Coldstream Road, the Multi Use Sports
facility that is a key feature of the Draft Long Term Plan will be a leading
topic for discussion at Monday’s meeting of the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board
Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre.
of the Multi Use facility has ratings implications for the entire district and
board members are looking forward to hearing more details around the proposal
and how it may be of benefit to the local community.
The board will be hearing a presentation by Don Robertson and
Michael Sharpe from the North Canterbury Sport Trust. The Trust will be
operating the facility on behalf of the Community should it get the go ahead
following the Draft LTP consultation, which is currently underway until April
They’ll also hear from Jack Clyne of Kaiapoi Community Watch.
The board will then move
onto a report from the Council’s greenspace staff in regards to cherry trees in
Mansfield subdivision. Concerns have been raised about the roots from the
cherry trees interfering with footpaths and lawn. Consultation with the
nearby residents showed a strong preference to retain the trees which was
confirmed by the Kaiapoi Community Board in a decision at its October 2015
meeting. Greenspace staff are seeking approval to deal with individual
cherry trees on a case-by-case basis, with removal and replacement in cases
where other root treatment options were unsuccessful. Staff noted that
there had only been 2 or 3 removal requests in the area since 2016.
Board members will also consider a grant application from the
Waimakariri Arts Trust – Kaiapoi Art Expo and Schools’ Art Expo. The
Trust is requesting funding to help with advertising costs and venue and setup
Lastly the board is expected to approve a board member to
represent the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board on the Northern Pegasus Bay
The meeting is open to the public and starts at 4pm, Meeting
Room 1 (upstairs), Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre, 176 Williams Street,