Horowhenua District Council’s secret meeting on 09 August 2017

Keep tabs on the Council’s spending by attending the Finance, Audit & Risk Subcommittee Meeting on 09 August 2017.

Finance, Audit, Risk Subcommittee Meeting.

Waikawa Beach comes under the Horowhenua District Council, and so any decisions they make are of interest to local residents and ratepayers.

Since a new Council was elected late in 2016 there has been a lot of concern about how they perform and the actions they’re taking.

The Association has received this notice of interest from Kath & Dave Thomson:


Finance, Audit & Risk Subcommittee Meeting

Wednesday 9th August 2017 Time 4.00 pm at Council Chambers

Ratepayers of Horowhenua please note this will be one of the most important Council meetings for years to come please don’t use the excuse that you are working, baby sitting or sick, be there and have your voice heard.

Request Public Speaking Rights

Notification to speak is required by 12 noon on the day of the meeting. Further information is available on www.horowhenua.govt.nz or by phoning 063660999

The internal Audit Peer Review report is going to be held IN COMMITTEE

You have to request that this report is held in the open part of the agenda it’s a matter that is in all ratepayers and residents interest and it should not be kept behind closed doors

Pease be there and make your voices heard it is our opportunity to make this council and C E know that we mean business and that their days of pulling the wool over our eyes and telling us lies are truly numbered

Full Agendas are also available to be collected from:

Horowhenua District Council Service Centre, 126 Oxford Street, Levin

Foxton Service Centre/Library, Clyde Street, Foxton,

Shannon Service Centre/Library, Plimmer Terrace, Shannon and Te Takere/Library, Bath Street, Levin

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