Local board workshop - 3 December 2019
xHere's what's on the agenda for the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board workshop on Tuesday 3 December 2019.
The workshops are now (sadly) closed to the public, but there is more information at the end of this post on how you can find out more.
* UNLOCK TAKAPUNA - an update and discussion on next steps on the projects at the Gasometer site and 40 Anzac St (the Takapuna carpark).
* Auckland Transport - overview of how local boards and AT work together, and discussion on local board budgets and local projects
* FRANCIS ST TO ESMONDE RD LINK - Auckland Transport - Discussion on the Francis Street to Esmonde Rd shared walking and cycle path project begun in the last council term
* LAKE ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT - Auckland Transport - A first look at the detailed business case and options
* Community Facilities - discuss allocation of funding left from the 2019/2020 financial year
* SACRED GROVE/TE URU TAPU - Community Facilities - Concept plan update
3 DECEMBER 2019 WORKSHOP MATERIALS - PDF DOWNLOAD
You can download the PDF here
HOW TO FIND OUT MORE
The public are no longer allowed to attend the DTLB's workshops as they have done since 2013, but here is how you can find out more about workshop discussions:
1. All* materials and documentation will be available on the DTLB web page within 2 working days of the workshop (so by the end of Thursday). https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/about-auckland-council/how-auckland-council-works/local-boards/all-local-boards/devonport-takapuna-local-board/Pages/default.aspx
2. All* materials and document will be included in the agenda of the board's next business meeting.
(*Except where items are confidential under the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act).
3. Local board staff will provide a more comprehensive record of discussions in the Record of Workshops Report (which are like minutes), including an overview of the item, summary of discussion, agreed action points, and agenda materials.
4. Local board staff will hold a monthly drop-in session for the public, on the fourth Thursday morning every month. You will need to book a 15-minute appointment in advance. There will be a dedicated email address for bookings (we will advise once this has been set up - but in the meantime we are happy to do this on your behalf: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org
The council/CCO staff or outside consultants who presented the items to the board workshops will not be attending those sessions.