Te Awamutu Community Board

Te Awamutu-Kihikihi Subdivision
The Te Awamutu Community Board represents your local community and advocates to Waipa District Council about local issues, including public transport and facilities such as libraries and parks. The board is made up of seven members: five members elected by voters, including four members from your area, and one councillor from the Waipa District council. This is a first past the post (FPP) election, so you vote by ticking the name of your preferred candidate on your ballot paper. Compare the candidates and their policies to decide who to vote for in the Te Awamutu Community Board election.

Environment

Local governments play a central role in protecting the environment, reducing waste and safeguarding biodiversity. The worsening state of New Zealand’s lakes and rivers is a major challenge for local councils, which work with regional councils in the management of water resources in their area.

Environment

Local governments play a central role in protecting the environment, reducing waste and safeguarding biodiversity. The worsening state of New Zealand’s lakes and rivers is a major challenge for local councils, which work with regional councils in the management of water resources in their area.

  • Ensuring that the ward has good water supply, particularly bearing in mind new subdivisions and new industries.

    Encouraging wild bird life etc., by implementing pest control strategies.

    Ensuring that the yellow rubbish bags are reasonably priced, especially for those who are low-income earners down.

  • Stop adding fluoride to our water. It is a poison. Encourage new built homes to have water tanks.

    Encourage people to be proud of their town and recycle, re-use and tidy up after themselves.

  • Support waste minimisation especially through repurpose and reuse initiatives like E-waste, battery recycling and DIY garage sale.

    Support that water, as a limited resource, is rated and that we need to educate the community to use it wisely.

    Support the removal of the pest wattles on the Kakepuku Maunga.

  • Continue with current policy on providing good potable water – that is clean, safe drinking water.

    Continue with current policy and further develop policy regarding incorrect disposal of household rubbish, particularly recyclable items.

  • Ensuring that the ward has good water supply, particularly bearing in mind new subdivisions and new industries.

    Encouraging wild bird life etc., by implementing pest control strategies.

    Ensuring that the yellow rubbish bags are reasonably priced, especially for those who are low-income earners down.

  • Stop adding fluoride to our water. It is a poison. Encourage new built homes to have water tanks.

    Encourage people to be proud of their town and recycle, re-use and tidy up after themselves.

  • Support waste minimisation especially through repurpose and reuse initiatives like E-waste, battery recycling and DIY garage sale.

    Support that water, as a limited resource, is rated and that we need to educate the community to use it wisely.

    Support the removal of the pest wattles on the Kakepuku Maunga.

  • Continue with current policy on providing good potable water – that is clean, safe drinking water.

    Continue with current policy and further develop policy regarding incorrect disposal of household rubbish, particularly recyclable items.