Don McKenzie CNZM, OBE, B.PHYSIOTHERAPY, DIP. MANIP. THERAPY, CERT. REHABILITATION
Ten annual community events to build pride and participation
Revitalisation of the Waiheke Recreation Centre
Upgrading of public areas and facilities to provide for an all-year, quality visitor experience ·
Increasing the Local Board’s ability, within the Auckland Council structure, to make independent decisions about events, community leases and grants and small local improvement projects and signage
Growing the ‘Around Waiheke Walk’ with associated maps, signage and brochures
Agreements with the Auckland Council to protect and enhance the Island’s environment, economy, physical infrastructure, community identity, special character and our arts and culture - whilst still meeting budget requirements
Upgrading of sports facilities
Additions to the Tawaipaeira Skate Park
Development of the Waiheke Recreation and Open Space Policy
Additional toilets at Stony Batter, Tawaipareira and Te Matuku reserves
Higher service levels in parks and villages at holiday times
A stand alone library in Oneroa
A consolidated and long-term approach to road and footpath works and storm-water management
Development of a civil defence and emergency management response plan
Continuous improvement of accessibility to bus stops and shelters
A separate Council Service Centre refurbishment in Ostend
Consistently advocated and presented community preferences and priorities in the Annual Plans of 2011, 2012 and 2013
Me at the Matariki closing, 2013.
Me and Jo Holmes waiting for the bus. The Waiheke Local Board has funded new bus shelters.
New easy-to-read bus timetables and Waiheke maps.
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