2                                         5 September 2017

The unconfirmed minutes are subject to confirmation at the Community Board meeting to be held on 7 November 2017




Eastbourne Community Board


Minutes of a meeting held in the East Harbour Women's Club, 145 Muritai Road, Eastbourne on

 Tuesday 5 September 2017 commencing at 7.15pm





Mr R Ashe

Mr M Gibbons (Deputy Chair)


Ms V Horrocks (Chair)

Ms L Knight


Cr T Lewis

Cr M Lulich


Ms A Sutherland




APOLOGIES:                  There were no apologies.


IN ATTENDANCE:        Mr B Kibblewhite, Chief Financial Officer

Ms S Haniel, Committee Advisor






1.       APOLOGIES 

 There were no apologies.



Presentation of Emergency Radio Operator Certificates

The Chair presented awards for long service for Civil Defence Emergency Management and thanked the volunteers for their long service and commitment to the community:

·    Edward Mills for 10 years service

·    Peter Hector for 20 years service



There was no public comment.



4.       Presentation

Presentations by Residents' Associations and other Community Groups

There were no presentations.



There were no conflict of interest declarations.

6.       Minutes

Resolved: (Ms Horrocks/ Ms Sutherland)                          Minute No. ECB 17401

“That the minutes of the meeting of the Eastbourne Community Board held on Tuesday, 27 June 2017, be confirmed as a true and correct record.”



Chair's Report (17/1267)

Report No. ECB2017/4/116 by the Chair

The Chair elaborated on the report. She tabled an addition to her report which contained further information about a public meeting for the proposed skate ramp at San Antonio, as attached as page six to these minutes. She highlighted that the Board was waiting for Council to send tsunami zone letters to residents. She further queried whether the new dog signs in Days Bay were correct.



Resolved: (Ms Horrocks/ Mr Gibbons)                               Minute No. ECB 17402

 “That the Board notes the report.”



Committee Advisor's Report (17/1268)

Report No. ECB2017/4/14 by the Committee Advisor

Members reviewed the 2017 Walkaround. In relation to item number 45 on the Walkaround, they noted that the Days Bay Residents’ Association had requested speed bumps to slow down traffic along Marine Parade in Days Bay. They asked officers to provide more information about the process for reducing speed along the busy area.



Resolved: ( Ms Horrocks/ Mr Ashe)                                    Minute No. ECB 17403

 “That the Board notes the updates in the report.”


9.       Reports from representatives on local organisations


Eastbourne and Bays Community Trust (17/1269)

Mr Gibbons said that the Heritage Trail was making good progress. The signs would be ordered this month and installed in November 2017. He further said that the old Police Cells were now stored in Days Bay and designs were in progress  for when it would be put on display in Eastbourne. He added that Greater Wellington Regional Council was progressing with the work on the McKenzie Track. There would be some events planned for Armistice Day on 11 November 2018 and the Board would be participating in the events.



Eastbourne Youth Workers' Trust (17/1270)

Ms Knight said that there was no new information to report.



Muritai School Hall Management Committee (17/1271)

Ms Knight said that there was no new information to report.



Vibrant Village (17/1272)

Mr Gibbons said that he had reported back on projects which involved Vibrant Village with his Eastbourne and Bays Community Trust report.



Days Bay Wharf Steering Group (17/1273)

The Chair said that the Days Bay Wharf Steering Group was waiting for the Wharf upgrade to commence.



Eastbourne Childcare Community Group (17/1275)

Ms Knight said that there was no new information to report.



Community Response Group (17/1276)

Ms Knight said that the Community Response Group was waiting for Council to send tsunami zone letters to residents.



Educating Residents Around Trapping (ERAT) Steering Group (17/1277)

Ms Sutherland said that they had a trap line operator meeting in August 2017. She added that the MENZ Shed and a Scout group were making traps.



Keep Hutt City Beautiful  (17/1278)

The Chair said that Keep Hutt City Beautiful had clean-ups planned along the waterways.



Plastic Bag Free Eastbourne (17/1029)

The Chair said that there had been a public petition to Parliament for a ban on plastic bags.



10.     QUESTIONS   

There were no questions.



There being no further business the Chair declared the meeting closed at 8.00 pm.





Ms V Horrocks






CONFIRMED as a true and correct record

Dated this 7th day of November 2017





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