Meeting Notes & Minutes

Minutes 4 May 2015

North Taranaki Cycle Advocates

4 May 2015

 

MINUTES

Chair: Graeme

Notetaker: Stuart

Present: Grame, Stuart, Liang, Nigel, Alan, Joelle

 

1. Account balance: $428.79

2. NPDC Long Term Plan submission - Graeme distributed our Long Term Plan submission (made 24 April) for comments and feedback.

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Minutes 3 Feb 2015

North Taranaki Cycle Advocates

3 February 2015

MINUTES

Present: Alan, Nigel, Joelle, Stuart

Apology: Graeme

Notetaker: Stuart

 

1. Joelle reported on an upcoming half day Road User Workshop to facilitate better understanding between truckees and cyclists and bus drivers and cyclists. The planned date for the workshop is 30 April 2015 10 am - 12.30 pm location to be announced. The workshop is being organised by Richard Barter, the director of CAN road user workshops.

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Minutes of CAW meeting 3 February 2015

Present: Ron (chair) Paul, Claire, Libby, Kirsten, Patrick, Mark, Roger,  Sean, Ruben, Sridhar, Cameron, Frank, Andy, Mark, Nick, Peter,  Brian, Jill, Eleanor, Andy, Paul, Dolores, Alastair

Island Bay to CBD

Extraordinary meeting of Council decided that cycling infrastructure decisions made by Transport and Urban Development Committee must go to full council. Councillors want to see a full Cycleway Development Programme.

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Minutes 5 Nov 2014

North Taranak Cycle Advocates

5 November 2014

 

MINUTES

Chair: Graeme

Notetaker: Stuart

 

Present: Stuart, Graeme, Joelle, Alan

Apology: Nigel (mother-in-law's birthday)

 

1. Account balance $428.79

2. Graeme announced Can-Do conference will be in Christchurch 28-29 Mar 2015

3. Reviewed Transport Agency's proposed changes to Vickers to City bike route.

4. Submissions on Carrington road upgrade due by 14 Nov.

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Minutes of CAW meeting 7 October 2014

Present:

James (chair), Ron, Eleanor, Mark, Roger, Brian, Sean, Patrick, Alex, Sarah, Phaedra, Jill, Alastair (minutes).

Victoria St

Discussion of WCC $11M plans to make Victoria St, between Dixon St and Abel Smith St, a more pleasant place to be, particularly for apartment dwellers.

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