ECT funds community grants and regional development by overcharging its beneficiaries.
We see this project extremely beneficial to the community and the effect such a small gesture like this can have socially, environmentally and even economically for people is huge.
Our group also views the ‘Flag the Bag’ campaign as a change to put Te Tairāwhiti on the map for something positive, and to show the rest of the country some of the great things that happen here.
Should our electricity network profits of $9.6M last year, instead be channeled to support funding community infrastructure?
A clear priority list from council, with some completion dates, would go a long way to satisfying residents concerns.
Should we charge logging trucks a road toll of $0.30 to $0.50 per kilometer?
Is forestry so important to our local economy that we continue to allow them to breach their consents and subsidise the cost of their roading?
GDC will soon be consulting on the transfer of these properties to Gisborne Holdings Ltd.
What rights do citizens have? How can we better participate in planning and decision-making?
Join the working group due to launch Plastic bag free Tairawhiti during Plastic Free July 2016!
The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment has got it wrong on this one. We don’t have to make the choice of shifting to only one or the other, we need both PV and EVs.
$9.6M kept in the hands of residents and local business, would go a long way towards creating new jobs for our young people.