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Temporary Restriction on Car Parking at the Library and former Departmental Building (Chapel Street) allocated to Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic.

The following public notice is to advise that further temporary amendments have been made to the Wairarapa Consolidated Bylaw, Part 10: Traffic Bylaw Schedule, Schedule 2Q: Temporary restriction on use of parking spaces

Location: 31 parking spaces (as per signage) at the Library and the former Departmental Building Car Park

Period of restrictions: Extended until Thursday 30 June 2022

The amendment to Schedule 2Q is extending the date of restriction from 21 May 2021 – 31 March 2022 to 21 May 2021 – 30 June 2022 on the use of the Council owned car parking spaces at the Library and the former Departmental Building carpark (Chapel Street) allocated to COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic visitors.

For more information, go to our Bylaws page.

Final Representation Arrangements – 2022 Local Elections

On 13 November 2021 the Masterton District Council gave public notice of its final proposal for representation arrangements for Masterton District Council for at least the local elections to be held on 8 October 2022. Notification of the right to appeal or object was also given. No valid appeals or objections were received in respect of the resolution, therefore the representation arrangements for the Masterton District Council’s 2022 local elections will be the same as in the final proposal:

Council Representation

The Council will be made up of eight members elected from two wards and at large, and the mayor. The community of interest is the Masterton District.

Masterton/Whakaoriori General Ward
4 councillors
Elected by: Electors district-wide on the general electoral roll

Masterton/Whakaoriori Māori Ward
1 councillors
Elected by: Electors district-wide on the Māori electoral roll

At large
3 councillors
Elected by: Electors district-wide on either the general electoral roll or the Māori electoral roll

The Mayor is elected at large.

Community Board Representation

No community boards are to be established.

Further Information

Any queries regarding the Council’s decision should be directed to Tania Madden:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 06 370 6300
Postal address: 161 Queen Street, PO Box 444, Masterton 5840

David Hopman – Chief Executive
5 March 2022

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