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by 13 Apr 2018Warkworth0 comments

Historic Heritage Topic Report cover

Council Craves Local Knowledge: While the Mahurangi is most fortunate in having council historians with formidable knowledge of the area—Robert Brassey held a similar role for decades with the former regional council, and presented the inaugural Warkworth Town Hall Talk, on Gordon Browne Bay—Auckland Council is particularly keen to hear of any possible omissions in the heritage paper prepared by he and Megan Walker. image Auckland Council

In an ideal world, everybody interested would have time to read the Warkworth Structure Plan consultation documents.

But the tranche just issued runs to a total of 623 topic pages and maps. Between the first call for feedbackon 6 April and the 23 April deadline, that would require diligent individuals an average of 36 pages a day to read and absorb, and to comment on—discounting the blank back pages of 16 of the 17 reports.

In the interests of providing quick access to the reports and maps of most interest to individual readers, the Mahurangi Magazine provides the following buttons. Meanwhile, Mahurangi Action is working up a submission that readers might find useful in reducing the otherwise mammoth effort required to meaningfully respond via Auckland Council’s online or pdf-based processes.

Those wary of opening large pdfs may hover their mouse over a button to learn the number of pages of a specific paper.


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