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Hastings District Rural Community Board MEETING

 

 

Meeting Date:

Monday, 4 December 2017

Time:

2.00pm

Venue:

Landmarks Room

Ground Floor

Civic Administration Building

Lyndon Road East

Hastings

 

Members

Chair: Mr P Kay

Mr N Dawson, Mr M Lester and Mrs S Maxwell

Councillors Kerr and Lyons

 

Officer Responsible

Group Manager: Asset Management – Craig Thew

Committee Secretary

Carolyn Hunt (Ext 5634)

 


Hastings District Rural Community Board – Terms of Reference

 

The Community Board is a separate entity to the Council.  The role of the Community Board is set out in Section 52 of the Local Government Act 2002.  The Council is authorised to delegate powers to the Community Board.

 

Membership

Elected Community Board Members

Mohaka and Kahuranaki Ward Councillors appointed by the Council

The Board elects its own Chairman

 

Quorum – 4 members

 

Delegated Powers

 

GENERAL

 

1.    To maintain an overview of services provided by the Council within the Community Board’s area.

2.    To represent, and act as an advocate for, the interests of the community represented.

3.    To consider and report on all matters referred to the Board by the Council, or any matter of interest or concern to the Community Board.

4.    To communicate with community organisations and special interest groups within the community;

5.    To undertake any other responsibilities that are delegated to it by the Council.

6.    To appoint a member of the Community Board to organisations approved by the Council from time to time.

 

LONG TERM PLAN/ANNUAL PLAN / POLICY ISSUES

 

7.    Authority to make a submission to the Long Term Plan/Annual Plan process on activities, service levels and expenditure (including capital works priorities) within the Board’s area or to make a submission in relation to any policy matter which may have an effect within the Board’s area.

ROADING AND TRAFFIC

 

8.       Authority to exercise the Council’s powers and functions in relation to roads within the Board’s area under the following sections of the Local Government Act 1974:

·              Section 335 (vehicle crossings);

·              Section 344 (gates and cattle stops);

·              Section 355 (overhanging trees).

9.       Authority to exercise the Council’s statutory powers (including any relevant powers conferred by bylaw) over roads within the Board’s area in respect of:

(i)                Road user behaviour at intersections;

(ii)               Controls on stopping or overtaking

(iii)              Controls on turning

(iv)              Pedestrian safety,

(v)               Footpath maintenance and improvements.

(vi)              Accident investigation studies, lighting and other safety works

 

10.     For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this delegation authorises a Community Board to deal with a matter, in the exercise of delegated authority, in a manner which is conflict with any policy or decision of the Council or any standing committee of the Council in relation to the same matter.

 


 

HASTINGS DISTRICT COUNCIL

 

Hastings District Rural Community Board MEETING

 

Monday, 4 December 2017

 

VENUE:

Landmarks Room

Ground Floor

Civic Administration Building

Lyndon Road East

Hastings

TIME:

2.00pm

 

A G E N D A

 

 

1.         Apologies

At the close of the agenda no apologies had been received.

At the close of the agenda no requests for leave of absence had been received.

2.         Conflict of Interest

Members need to be vigilant to stand aside from decision-making when a conflict arises between their role as a Member of the Council and any private or other external interest they might have.  This note is provided as a reminder to Members to scan the agenda and assess their own private interests and identify where they may have a pecuniary or other conflict of interest, or where there may be perceptions of conflict of interest. 

If a Member feels they do have a conflict of interest, they should publicly declare that at the start of the relevant item of business and withdraw from participating in the meeting.  If a Member thinks they may have a conflict of interest, they can seek advice from the Chief Executive or Executive Advisor/Manager: Office of the Chief Executive (preferably before the meeting). 

It is noted that while Members can seek advice and discuss these matters, the final decision as to whether a conflict exists rests with the member.

3.         Confirmation of Minutes

Minutes of the Hastings District Rural Community Board held Monday 11 September 2017, including minutes while the public were excluded.

(Previously circulated)

4.         Introduction of Tuki Tuki MP - Lawrence Yule                                                    5

5.         Maraekakaho Community Plan                                                                               7

6.         Representation Review - Results of Consultation                                           11

7.         Rural Transportation Programme Update 4 December 2017                       15

8.         2018 Long Term Plan - Update                                                                             17

9.         Report on Rural Meetings attended by Councillor Kerr                                 19

10.       Additional Business Items

11.       Extraordinary Business Items 

 

 

     


File Ref: 17/1277

 

 

REPORT TO:               Hastings District Rural Community Board

MEETING DATE:        Monday 4 December 2017

FROM:                           Democratic Support Manager

Jackie Evans

SUBJECT:                    Introduction of Tuki Tuki MP - Lawrence Yule        

 

 

 

1.0       INTRODUCTION

1.1       The purpose of this report is to advise that the new member of Parliament for Tuki Tuki, Lawrence Yule will attend the meeting.

1.2       Lawrence represents the people of Hastings, Flaxmere, Havelock North, Whakatu, Clive, Haumoana, Otane, Ongaonga, Tikokino, the Heretaunga and Ruataniwha Plains and rural hinterland of places like Otamauri where he was brought up.

 

2.0       RECOMMENDATION

            That the report of the Democratic Support Manager titled “Introduction of Tuki Tuki MP – Lawrence Yule” be received.

 

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.

 

 


File Ref: 17/1109

 

 

REPORT TO:               Hastings District Rural Community Board

MEETING DATE:        Monday 4 December 2017

FROM:                           Social Development Co-ordinator

John Dawson

SUBJECT:                    Maraekakaho Community Plan        

 

 

1.0       SUMMARY

1.1       The purpose of this report is to obtain a decision from the Board to recommend the Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022 be endorsed by Council

1.2       The Council is required to give effect to the purpose of local government as prescribed by Section 10 of the Local Government Act 2002. That purpose is to meet the current and future needs of communities for good quality local infrastructure, local public services, and performance of regulatory functions in a way that is most cost–effective for households and businesses. Good quality means infrastructure, services and performance that are efficient and effective and appropriate to present and anticipated future circumstances.

1.3       The objective of this decision relevant to the purpose of Local Government is to support the delivery of good quality local infrastructure and local public services in a cost-effective way appropriate to present and anticipated future circumstances, by working collectively, allowing partners to leverage resources more effective by working together and ensuring that actions meet identified community needs.

1.4       This report concludes by recommending that the Board:

A)  Receive the report of the Social Development Co-ordinator title Maraekakaho Community Plan dated 4/12/2017

B)  Recommends the Council endorses the Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022, noting that actions within the Plan requiring new Council funding will be requested through the appropriate Council processes and that other funding opportunities will be sourced where appropriate.

2.0       BACKGROUND

2.1       Hastings District Council first decided to develop community plans in 2002 as a means for Council to engage with and provide additional support to communities deemed as having particular needs.  It also supports councils Social Wellbeing Framework 2010.

2.2       This is the first Maraekakaho Community Plan. 

2.3       The Maraekakaho Community Plan sets a pathway for the Maraekakaho community to move forward to realise its collective aspirations and vision.  The key themes are:

 

·    A Connected Maraekakaho Community

·    Enhancement of and Advocacy for River and Waterways

·    Development and Maintenance of Community Facilities

·    Ensuring Safe and Effective Roading

·    Preservation and Enhancement of History and Heritage

·    Development and Maintenance of Community Health and Wellbeing

·    Development and Maintenance of Safety and Security

·    Development and Maintenance of Emergency Preparedness.

3.0       CURRENT SITUATION

3.1       A community-elected representative group, Focus MKK, have been tasked with developing the Plan which is based on ongoing feedback and input from the Maraekakaho community, including several meetings with community and ongoing meetings of specific interest groups.

3.2       Focus MKK is seeking the Board’s endorsement for this Plan. Members of the Maraekakaho Community are at today’s meeting to present the Plan to the Board.

4.0       OPTIONS

4.1       There are 2 options to consider:

·    The Board recommends that the Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022, be endorsed by Council, noting that actions within the Plan requiring new Council funding will be requested through the appropriate Council processes and that other funding opportunities will be sourced where appropriate.

·    The Board does not recommend the Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022 be endorsed by Council.

5.0       SIGNIFICANCE AND ENGAGEMENT

5.1       This report does not trigger the council’s significance policy.  No further consultation is required for the decisions in this report.

5.2       Community planning commenced in August 2016, after receiving community mandate to set up Focus MKK.

5.3       Initial discussions focused on identifying the key themes and gaining community engagement through the various Interest Groups that were set up  to explore these themes.

5.4       Further consultation has been carried out through various mediums including; Face to face consultation with local businesses and organisations, online communication via a MKK Facebook page and the Focus MKK newsletters.

5.5       Focus MKK have already engaged with Council in upgrading of pathways and other planned projects such as a recycling facility and signage. 

5.6       A draft Maraekakaho Community Plan was made in July 2017; this latest draft provides the basis of a more robust Plan which is being presented today. The priorities and actions identified in this draft have been approved by Focus MKK as being ready for a recommendation by the Board for endorsement by the Council. All aspects of the Plan have been sounded out with affected stakeholders and organisations.

6.0       ASSESSMENT OF OPTIONS (INCLUDING FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS)

Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022

6.1       The Board’s recommendation of endorsement of the Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022 by Council would signal support at a high level for the collaborative approach being taken to the delivery of actions within this community.

6.2       A recommendation of endorsement does not commit the Board to allocate funds or other resources to any or all of the actions or ideas noted in the Plan, as this will be done in an integrated way through Council’s Long Term Plan and Annual Plan processes. Other funding opportunities will also be investigated.

6.3       A decision not to recommend endorsement of the Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022 could harm relationships with other partners and the community who have contributed to a robust consultation and plan development process.

7.0       PREFERRED OPTION/S AND REASONS

7.1       The preferred option for the Board is to support the below recommendation:

A)  A recommendation by the Board that the Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022, be endorsed by Council, noting that actions within the Plan requiring new Council funding will be requested through the appropriate Council processes and that other funding opportunities will be sourced where appropriate.

 

8.0       RECOMMENDATIONS AND REASONS

A)        That the report of the Social Development Co-ordinator title Maraekakaho Community Plan dated 4/12/2017 be received.

B)        That the Hastings District Rural Community Board recommends to Council that the Maraekakaho Community Plan 2017-2022, be endorsed, noting that the actions within the Plan requiring new Council funding will be requested through the appropriate Council processes and that other funding opportunities will be sourced where appropriate.

With the reasons for this decision being that the objective of the decision will contribute to meeting the current and future needs of communities for local public services in a way that is most cost-effective for households and business by:

 

 

i)          Working collaboratively with the Maraekakaho Community and its stakeholders to achieve real outcomes for the Maraekakaho Community and Council.

 

Attachments:

 

1

Maraekakaho Community Plan

CG-14-26-00040

Separate Document

 

 

 


File Ref: 17/1260

 

 

REPORT TO:               Hastings District Rural Community Board

MEETING DATE:        Monday 4 December 2017

FROM:                           Democratic Support Manager

Jackie Evans

SUBJECT:                    Representation Review - Results of Consultation        

 

 

1.0       SUMMARY

1.1       The purpose of this report is to inform the Board of the results of consultation exercise undertaken in October 2017 on the Council’s representation arrangements. The purpose of the consultation is to inform the forthcoming representation review in time for the 2019 triennial elections.

1.2       This issue arises from a requirement for the Council to review its representation arrangements at least once every six years

1.3      The Council is required to give effect to the purpose of local government as prescribed by Section 10 of the Local Government Act 2002. That purpose is to meet the current and future needs of communities for good quality local infrastructure, local public services, and performance of regulatory functions in a way that is most cost–effective for households and businesses. Good quality means infrastructure, services and performance that are efficient and effective and appropriate to present and anticipated future circumstances.

1.4       The objective of this decision relevant to the purpose of Local Government is to provide effective governance arrangements.

1.5       This report is for information. Council will consider the consultation results at its meeting on 14 December 2018 and make recommendations on the scope of the representation review on options for the overall number of councillors and possible ward structures.

2.0       BACKGROUND

2.1       The Council last reviewed its representation, including community boards, prior to the 2012 elections Under the Local Electoral Act 2001 the Council is required to review its representation only every second election, but may review it every election if it wishes to.

 

2.2       The Council must conduct a complete review of representation and finish that review before 31 August 2018 for the 2019 elections. The Local Electoral Act 2001 establishes as its first principle the provision of:“fair and effective representation for individuals and communities”.

 

2.3       The Act provides for the Council to use a ward-based structure or to have “at large” elections or to have some councillors elected from wards and other councillors elected at large, provided that the Council believes it provides for the fair and effective representation set out above.

 

2.4       The Act does not presently allow the population per councillor to vary from ward to ward by more than plus or minus 10%.

 

2.5       On 31 August 2017 the Council gave its approval to the undertaking of a consultation exercise prior to the commencement of the representation review. The purpose of the consultation was to gauge community views on current representation arrangements and inform the scope of representation review.

2.6       Following an informal session with councillors the preferred approach was for the whole Council to be involved at each stage of the representation review, rather than set up a working party to work with officers on proposals.

3.0       CURRENT SITUATION

3.1       Following consultation with Council on the format of the questionnaire, Your People Your Voice was commissioned to undertake a survey using the Citizen’s Panel. The Questionnaire was also advertised with a link to participate on the Council’s website and social media. The survey was open for a period from 29 September to 16 October 2017 and 353 responses were received.

3.2       The purpose of the consultation was to gather information on:

·    Level of satisfaction with current arrangements

·    What distinct communities make up Hastings District

·    Equality of current representation arrangements (are there areas which are under or over represented)

·    Ward or At Large representatives (or a mixture)

·    Overall number of Councillors

·    Community Boards (whether or not to have them, number and composition)

·    Views on the introduction of Maori wards from 2022.

3.3       The full survey results and comments are set out in Attachment 1 to this report. The headline results are:

·     80% of the respondents are satisfied or very satisfied with the Council’s current representation arrangements

·     Geo location is the most important factor for ‘communities of interest’

·     Only 26% of respondents thought that all parts of the District are NOT equally represented.

·     43% of respondents favoured councillors to be elected by ward, whilst 35% favoured a mix of ward and at large. Only 16% favoured at large councillor election.

·     70% of respondents wanted no change to ward boundaries.

·        General satisfaction with the current representation arrangements - 62% of respondents felt that the current size of the Council was about right, with 76% of respondents opting for 10 - 14 Councillors.

·        41% of respondents favoured community boards – 32% against.

·        75% of respondents were not in favour of the introduction of Maori wards from 2022.

3.4    The survey was self-selected and cannot be regarded as completely representative of the whole community. However, it does provide an indication that there is general satisfaction with the current size and representation arrangements of the Council.

3.5    Based on 2017 estimated population figures, retaining status quo is an option. See table below:

         

Ward

Population

Number of councillors per ward

Population per councillor

Deviation from district average population per councillor

Percentage deviation from district average population per councillor

Hastings- Havelock North

46,000

8

5,750

44

0.76%

Flaxmere

11,000

2

5,500

-206

-3.62%

Heretaunga

10,900

2

5,450

-256

-4.49%

Mohaka

5,730

1

5,730

24

0.41%

Kahuranaki

6,260

1

6,260

554

9.70%

Totals

79,890

14

5,706

 

 

3.4       However, Kahuraniki ward is getting close to the +10% variation limit permitted by the legislation.

3.5       The Council is requested to set the parameters for officers to research options for the representation review. In particular, the Council is asked for direction on:-

·     The total numbers of Councillors.

·     Ward Structure

·     Wards/At Large or combination

           

4.0       OPTIONS

4.1       Council direction is sought from to set the scope of the representation review. In particular to give a view on:

·      The total number of Councillors.

·     Whether to retain existing ward structure, investigating minor changes to reflect population changes.

·      Increase or decrease the number of wards.

·      Whether to introduce at large councillors or a combination of both.

·      The number and size of Community Boards.

5.0       SIGNIFICANCE AND ENGAGEMENT

5.1       The decision on this issue is a decision which will affect the whole of the community.   Initial community consultation has been undertaken to inform the Council on the level of satisfaction with existing arrangements and to identify issues and an evidence base upon which to scope the review.  Once the Council has resolved on a proposal that opens it to a further public consultative procedure with submissions from any interested individuals or groups in the wider community and the possibility of appeals and objections

6.0       RECOMMENDATIONS AND REASONS

A)        That the report of the Democratic Support Manager titled Representation Review - Results of Consultation dated 4/12/2017 be received.

B)        That the results of the consultation exercise be received.

With the reasons for this decision being that the objective of the decision will contribute to meeting the current and future needs of communities in a way that is most cost-effective for households and business by ensuring fair and effective representation arrangements.

 

 

Attachments:

 

1

Representation Review - Citizens Panel Survey results October 2017

CG-05-16-17-8

Separate doc

 

 

 


File Ref: 17/1234

 

 

REPORT TO:               Hastings District Rural Community Board

MEETING DATE:        Monday 4 December 2017

FROM:                           Transportation Operations Manager

Adam Jackson

SUBJECT:                    Rural Transportation Programme Update 4 December 2017        

 

 

1.0       SUMMARY

1.1       The purpose of this report is to update The Rural Community Board with the Rural Transportation Programmed Project Status and Activities Report.

1.2       This issue arises from the Board’s desire to receive regular updates on progress with the works programme and other activities.

1.3       The Council is required to give effect to the purpose of local government as prescribed by Section 10 of the Local Government Act 2002. That purpose is to meet the current and future needs of communities for good quality local infrastructure, local public services, and performance of regulatory functions in a way that is most cost–effective for households and businesses. Good quality means infrastructure, services and performance that are efficient and effective and appropriate to present and anticipated future circumstances.

1.4       This report concludes by recommending that the report be received.

2.0       2017/18 RURAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMME PROJECT STATUS and ACTIVITIES REPORT

2.1       2017/18 Rural AWPT Programme current status is attached – Attachment 1.

2.2       The Works and Services Committee on 21st November 2017 approved the setting of speed/mass limits pursuant to the updated VDAM rules set out by NZTA. As at 1 December all signs have been installed on the restricted bridges.

2.3       NZ Police consultation has been completed and information has been passed on to them to enforce the restrictions that have come in place.

2.4       There is a new web page with all the information regarding bridge upgrades added to council’s website including an interactive map.

3.0       RECOMMENDATIONS AND REASONS

A)        That the report of the Transportation Operations Manager titled Rural Transportation Programme Update 4 December 2017 dated 4/12/2017 be received.

 

Attachments:

 

1

December 2018 RCB Appendix 1

PRJ10-25-0935

  


December 2018 RCB Appendix 1

Attachment 1

 

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File Ref: 17/1159

 

 

REPORT TO:               Hastings District Rural Community Board

MEETING DATE:        Monday 4 December 2017

FROM:                           Strategy Manager

Lex Verhoeven

SUBJECT:                    2018 Long Term Plan - Update        

 

 

1.0       SUMMARY

1.1       The purpose of this report is to update the Committee on the current status regarding development of the 2018 Long Term Plan and to discuss rural priorities within that plan.

1.2       This issue arises from the legislative requirement for Council to have a Long Term Plan in place by 30 June 2018.

1.3       This report concludes by recommending that Officers incorporate any feedback and direction from the Board into the completion of the 2018 Long Term Plan.

1.4       A presentation will be made to the Board at the meeting.

 

2.0       RECOMMENDATIONS AND REASONS

A)        That the report of the Strategy Manager titled 2018 Long Term Plan - Update dated 4/12/2017 be received.

B)        That Council officers incorporate any feedback and direction from the Rural Community Board into the completion of the 2018 Long Term Plan.

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.

 

 


File Ref: 17/1257

 

 

REPORT TO:               Hastings District Rural Community Board

MEETING DATE:        Monday 4 December 2017

FROM:                           Group Manager: Asset Management

Craig Thew

SUBJECT:                    Report on Rural Meetings attended by Councillor Kerr        

 

 

1.0       SUMMARY

1.1       The purpose of this report is to update the Board on rural meetings attended by Councillor Tania Kerr during November 2017.

1.2       Councillor Kerr has provided the following update.

2.0       BACKGROUND

2.1       The Rural Community Board (RCB) have conducted a series of five meetings in the rural area in Tutira, Rissington, Matapiro, Maraekakaho and Waimarama to discuss primarily the situation regarding the rural bridges and the government new rules which now affect them and the resulting effects on the rural community.

2.2       Other subjects of rural interest that were covered were: representation review, illegal street racers, recycling, roading, neighbourhood support and other topics of a more local nature to each meeting area.

2.3       With the support of our two rural councillors and staff from the relevant departments the following topics were discussed in detail and feedback sought from the local residents.

3.0       BRIDGES.

3.1       Bridge Engineer, Anu Ileperuma gave a very informative presentation on the current bridge situation in the rural area.

3.2       Due to Central Government changing the VDAM rule in February 2017, 26 more (30 total) of our bridges will be posted.

3.3       VDAM means vehicle dimension and mass and governs the weight and speed of different classes of vehicles.

3.4       Class 1 vehicles have increased from 44tonnes to 45 or 46 tonnes, depending on the number of axles. This then impacts on our bridges and from December 1st any bridge not meeting the new standard must have limits set (posted) for weight and speed until either upgraded or replaced or a decision is made to permanently limit the weight.

3.5       The total cost of upgrading our 26 bridges plus improving other major routes to higher standard (HPMV) is in the vicinity of $12million, which after the NZTA subsidy amounts to approx $5 million,and is planned to be carried out over the next 7yrs.

3.6       This is a very significant sum to find, hence the series of meetings with the rate payers.

3.7       A capital reserve is already in place, but further debt funding will be needed to ensure future generations contribute their share and that the programme is affordable. There were a number of options discussed eg, Would the debt be funded on a per household basis, on a capital value basis etc. There is more to be done in this area with feedback coming in all the time but the general theme has been supportive of borrowing for debt funding and not to have large rate rises to accommodate the debt in the short term.

3.8       Prior to the rural meetings Anu organised two workshops with all the transporting companies who work in the area with the aim of prioritising the most important bridges. This collaborative approach was very successful and appreciated by those involved so that when we went to the rural communities we had a template with reasons to produce to them.

4.0       REPRESENTATION REVIEW.

4.1       An update and review was given to each meeting about our forthcoming Representation Review with examples of issues that will need to be discussed.

4.2       There was unanimous support for the retention of the Rural Community Board.

5.0       ILLEGAL STREET RACERS.

5.1       Several of the rural intersections have been targeted by boy racers and many residents have felt threatened by them but have not been able to do much about it.

5.2       HDC and the Police and the community are working together to discourage these activities and to make life uncomfortable for them.

5.3       Council is modifying some of the affected intersections and police are targeting the drivers eg,tickets issued and cars impounded in an incident at Pukehamoamoa last week.

5.4       The Police attended most of the rural meetings and emphasised the importance of the communities being the eyes and ears and reporting all dangerous activities to 111.

6.0       REYCLING.

6.1       Rural recycling has been a real success story with volumes continuing to grow.

6.2       We are expanding the number of sites available.

6.3       A measure of this success is that other district councils are enquiring about using our system in their areas eg Murchison has just bought two bins to start their own recycling system.

ROADING.

6.4       The opportunity was taken to introduce Adam Jackson to each community as the new Roading Operations Manager. He reinforced the best contact for council was 8715000, 24hrs a day, and was backed up by examples of the quick response locals received when doing so.

6.5       Les Glock was thanked for his over 30 years service to the rural communities as he retires this December.

7.0       NEIGHBOURHOOD SUPPORT.

7.1       Each meeting had a presentation given by their local support coordinator.

7.2       A real focus was on connected communities, which is something rural communities tend to do well. Once again the Police had some good advice and input.

7.3       These meetings offer a good opportunity for locals to voice their concern or support for what is being done on their behalf and also good for us to receive feedback to help us make some of the decisions needed. The meetings were very well attended and many other topics of a local nature were discussed and thanks must go to Anu for instigating the meetings, staff who took time to come out to the country in the evenings and to Councillors Kerr and Lyons for their organisation and input to these meetings.

8.0       RECOMMENDATIONS AND REASONS

A)        That the report of the Group Manager: Asset Management titled Report on Rural Meetings attended by Councillor Kerr dated 4/12/2017 be received.

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.