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Regular residents' meetings

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on September 30, 2007 at 3:58:36 pm

16 September 2007 (Sunday)

Venue: 40 Wallace St. Mt Cook






  • New Spokesperson – Peter Cooke
  • Editorial group established (websites, newsletter) - Jacky Hadyn, Geoff Stone, Annie Fleetwood and Ruth Jeffery
  • Maintaining Mt Cook contact list / T-shirt orders - Carol Comber
  • Connect with Newtown Residents Association and seek guidance on structure for Mt Cook group - Annie Fleetwood, David and Karen Smyth (see notes from meeting with NRA)



  • Encourage Mt Cook people to meetings with Council and Mayoral candidates - post meeting details
  • Organise an exploratory meeting with Ersnt Zolner/WCC regarding piecemeal development - establishing a Mt Cook manifesto
  • Contact Foodstuffs (responding to their letter) and WCC with a view to organising a meeting with residents - Peter Cooke and Annie Fleetwood



  • Researching status of TSW/pool and YMCA/stadium considered an immediate priority - Annie Fleetwood and Jacky Haydn



Sept 16, 07 - Mt Cook mtg.doc


Also relevant are the notes from representatives from the Mt Cook group who attended the Newtown Residents Association meeting on 17 September to discuss what kind of structure the Mt Cook group should have.

Discussion w NRA 17 Sept 07.doc


30 September 2007 (Sunday)

Venue: 40 Wallace St. Mt Cook




Structure of Mt Cook group


Progressing engagement with:

  • Foodstuffs (re BGI)
  • Ministry of Culture and Heritage (re Memorial Park).  This should also involve Mt Cook School representatives (Sandy McCallum and/or  Gabrielle O'Brien)
  • WCC (re BGI and Memorial Park, and in relation to more general issues associated with traffic management and infill housing and apartment developments










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