Its been a busy year for myself and the Peninsula Community Board with a variety of issues and projects. I never find being on the Board a chore because there’s always something interesting to be done or a new people to meet. I’ve always been a problem-solver so being on the Board is actually an enjoyable challenge. I’m looking forward to 2016 because I feel I have more to offer and do for the community. Some of those issues include;
The 2GP and how the final issues around hazard management and rural are resolved for regions like the Peninsula.
Tomahawk School and the ongoing need to ensure the community have a say in the way these Council assets are managed.
Tomahawk Lagoon and the way the ORC manage the water quality and levels for the welfare of the community.
Roading projects around the Peninsula including the re-opening of Highcliff Road.
Sand dune management in places like Tomahawk and Okia.
Supporting the Te Rauone community to complete their beach management project.
Reviewing how effective the new freedom camping bylaw has been.
Continuing to advocate for better broadband and rural internet access.
Kiaora Koutou, tena koutou katoa, nau mai haere mai.
Gidday and welcome to my personal site that discusses my life an issues on the Otago Peninsula Community Board Election website. I’ve created this site to allow people the opportunity to learn more about me and more about what I have to offer the Otago Peninsula. Please take the time to look at the Issues and Information page. Remember these are my personal views and not the views of the Otago Peninsula Community Board.
I look forward to hearing from people on the Peninsula who would like to know more about me and how I would best represent them on the Otago Peninsula Community Board.
Authorised by Paul Pope, 2 Sherwood Street Portobello, Dunedin