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Regular residents' meetings

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on December 9, 2007 at 3:46:18 pm

NEXT MEETING - 9 December 2007

Venue: 13 Rolleston St. Mt Cook

Time: 4pm




25 November 2005 (Sunday)

Venue: 40 Wallace St. Mt Cook

Time: 4pm




Mt Cook Meeting 25 Nov.doc


28 October 2007 (Sunday)

Venue: 40 Wallace St. Mt Cook

Time: 4pm


Some of the topics discussed


WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Hui 3 November – Seeking local stories for a major production in 2008

  • Together with Mt Cook School, Massey, Te Whaea (Dance School), Toi Whakaari (Drama School), Wellington High School is planning a multi-media performance to tell the story of Mt Cook, our place, our history.  
  • Belinda Carey from Wellington High School is keen to hear from anyone with stories and knowledge of local Mt Cook history.  
  • This Saturday 3 November 9.30-3-00, there is a hui at Wellington High School marae.  All interested people are invited to attend for all or part of the day, particularly if you have skills, talent, or are keen to support this exciting venture.

Contact Belinda by email on belinda.carey@whs.school.nz


  • Most of our meeting was spent talking about creating a design strategy for Mt Cook, based on the fantastic feedback from the public meeting held in August.   More on this later as it starts to take shape!




Mt Cook Meeting 28 Oct.doc


30 September 2007 (Sunday)

Venue: 40 Wallace St. Mt Cook



Some of the ideas discussed and actions planned



  • We will be seeking more information about the Council's Adelaide Rd project.
  • To get more traction on the red light runners on the corner of Buckle and Tory we could consider mounting an "intersection-watch".   Email us back if you are interested to help!


Learning more about developments in Mt Cook

  • Our aim is to find out about what is being planned in Mt Cook in the early stages of development (effects on traffic flows, retention of the character of Mt Cook, minimise negative impacts etc.).
  • We are signing up for WCC web alerts (providing info about all WCC happenings)


Getting in touch with other local groups


Following up on existing developments

  • BGI site, Tasman Street - we are requesting a meeting with Foodstuffs and also asking that WCC notify the Mt Cook group of details of the Foodstuffs application




Sept 30, 07 - Mt Cook mtg.doc


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)


Immediate Priorities for Action

  • 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


Secondary priority

  • 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







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