Kinloch Representative Group
Taupo District Council has established a Kinloch Representative Group following a request from the Kinloch Community Association.
The purpose of the group is to represent and act as an advocate for the interests of the Kinloch community and provide feedback to Council. The area includes Kinloch Village, eastward along Whangamata Road to the Poihipi Road junction, and west to Kawakawa Road. The group comprises a membership of seven with the Mayor, three councillors and three Kinloch community representatives.
Membership of the Kinloch Representative Group is:
- Mayor David Trewavas
- Councillor Barry Hickling
- Councillor Christine Rankin
- Councillor Rosanne Jollands
- Belinda Walker
- Bruce Campbell
- Tim Brittain
|Thursday, February 28||3pm||Kinloch Community Hall|
|Thursday, May 2||3pm||Kinloch Community Hall|
|Thursday, June 27||3pm||Kinloch Community Hall|
|Thursday, August 29||3pm||Kinloch Community Hall|
All meetings are held in the Kinloch Community Hall, Mata Place, Kinloch.
Please note: workshops start times and content are subject to change.
The public forum provides an opportunity for the Kinloch community to talk to members of the Representative Group on any upcoming agenda item or topic of interest concerning the Kinloch area.
Up to 30 minutes will be set aside before each meeting for this forum. Each speaker or group may speak for five minutes (or longer at the discretion of the Chair).
Members of the public wishing to speak need to advise the Chair, Councillor Rosanne Jollands email@example.com, by 5pm on the day prior to the meeting.
Notes, photographs or other documentation used during an address or presentation will be required for Council's records.
No debate or comment will be made by members of the representative group after your presentation, however, members may ask questions for clarification. It should be noted that as this is not a formal meeting, no formal decisions can be made. If a decision or recommendation is required, the matter will be referred to a future meeting for further consideration.
Criticisms of individual elected/representative members or individual staff members are not allowed.
The Chair may refuse applications which are repetitious or offensive and may stop a speaker in progress where the subject matter is disrespectful or offensive.
If you have any questions regarding our public forum, please email Councillor Rosanne Jollands firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 021 537552.