Eastern Courier : November 10th 2010
5 EASTERN COURIER, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 NEWS 02505AA 2760356AA Huge Fashion Clearance Sale Designer labels include: David Pond, Verge, Vamp, VSSP, OBI, Catalyst, MacJays, Hyper, Juo, shouq, Gabriella, Jet Blonde Vigorella, Threadz and Thousands of items priced between $10 and $80!! Many items below cost Unit C, 4 Walls Road, Penrose. 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Howick station officer Bob Morrison says there were three relatively minor callouts. One was to a scrub fire caused by fireworks along the Half Moon Bay cliff face on Friday night and firefighters had to abseil down to put it out. The other two were of a similar nature but easily taken care of. Mr Morrison says he is pleased to see age restrictions on purchasing fireworks still in place and making a difference. Collection online Sir George Grey's vast collection of rare books, manuscripts and letters is now online. Auckland Libraries commissioned the website as a tribute to the collection Sir George gifted to the people of Auckland. The site is a showcase of the some 14,000 items including digitised heritage images and a biographical timeline of the life and times of Sir George. The Grey Collection also features 10 e-books titles including the Rossdhu Book of Hours and the Robert Park sketchbook. Visit www.georgegrey.org.nz. Local board sets the agenda New leaders: Howick Local Board chairman Michael Williams and deputy chairman Adele White outside their freshly refurbished offices at Aylesbury St, Pakuranga. Photo: JASON DORDAY By MATT BOWEN Swearing oaths was the simple part. Now the new Howick Local Board must get down to busi- ness. Tasks include finalising the committee structure, nailing down meeting schedules and clarifying members responsi- bilities before delivering its first planning document before November next year. It s all new territory for the nine members from Howick, Pakuranga and Botany. Each member read aloud and signed declarations at last Thursday s inaugural meeting at a packed Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts audi- torium. Former Manukau city councillor Michael Williams was unanimously elected as chairman. Senior constable Adele White was elected deputy chairman. Mr Williams says he s enthusiastic about culti- vating the Howick way after breaking with the Manukau way . He says the board will engage with the community to determine shared as- pirations . Special effort will go towards integrating the area s many cultures while being good stewards of rate- payers money. How much money is yet to be finalised. He says the total budget for Auckland s local boards is $360 million. We re about 10 percent of the population so I would expect the board s budget would be around $36m. But most of that s committed to street upgrades, parks and looking after everything. Mr Williams says the board might not set the committee structure until they have a better idea of how we re going to move forward . We ll probably operate as a committee of the whole to begin with then we may well have some committees that deal with specific issues. In his inauguration speech Mr Williams said board members would have port- folio responsibilities for events, planning, transport, art and culture, community safety, libraries and customer service, community facilities, sport and recreation, parks and open spaces, environ- ment and heritage, youth and social services, business and economy as well as account- ability and ethnic affairs. Those decisions will likely be made at the board s first business meeting at Te Tuhi from 6pm on December 13.
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