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Upper Hutt Leader : September 21st 2011
27 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 21, 2011 A message from the Mayor We are a couple weeks into the Rugby World Cup 2011 Tournament and I am sure we are all enjoying the occasion. The opening ceremony was something that I am sure made all kiwis very proud. It was a magni cent event, watched by 61,000 spectators at Eden Park and over a billion people worldwide. What a way to showcase our country. We all have a great opportunity to showcase our city and our region as we entertain and meet visitors from all over the globe during their stay in Wellington. Let s all make sure that we participate in the events and be part of the Rugby World Cup 2011 by ensuring that we take the opportunity to help visitors in our city and go that little extra mile to make sure they enjoy their stay in Upper Hutt, Wellington, and New Zealand. Let their friends at home hear about the great experience they had here during the World Cup. We at Upper Hutt City Council are in the process of developing the Long Term Plan (LTP) for 2012 -- 2022. The LTP outlines the Council s commitment to investment and projects that will be undertaken over this 10-year period. It is the policy document that embodies our combined vision for the city in short and medium term objectives. It s about shaping the future of our city. It s about the way forward. Consultation for the LTP projects begins shortly and it is important that we all take the opportunity to have our say during the submissions period. This looks at the major projects that we all, as Council and as a community, want to see happen in Upper Hutt. Let s all participate in this process together. Community focus is a key incentive of the LTP and ve development principles are inherent across the proposed projects: changing perceptions, attracting growth, enhancing experiences, improving the feel, and widening the o er. With each project contributing to one or more of these principles, I am con dent that we can improve opportunities for our city residents over the next decade. Continue to enjoy World Cup 2011 GO THE MIGHTY ALL BLACKS! Tree protection Review of the District Plan Council has commenced a review of the tree protection provisions in the District Plan. A recent declaration by the Environment Court con rmed that the method of protecting trees used by the Council complies with recent changes to the Resource Management Act. We will continue to keep the public informed at signi cant points in the review process. www.upperhuttcity.com Inside... 3 | Councillor Nick Thomas 4 | Less water this summer 2 | Road alerts Valley News UPPER HUTT CITY September 2011 | Upper Hutt City Council Newsletter
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