Rotorua Long-term Plan Adopted - Available for Feedback from Monday» 30/03/2012, Posted by Site Admin
Rotorua District Council (RDC) this week adopted its draft Long-term Plan covering the ten years from 1 July 2012 to 2022. The plan will be released on Monday 2 April for public consultation, with copies available for inspection at the council's Civic Centre, Rotorua District Library, City Focus and also online at rdc.govt.nz.
The Long-term Plan is a master plan required under government legislation to detail councils' future direction, activities and projects, budgets, and to set out how programmes will be funded and how council performance will be measured.
Residents are being encouraged to have their say on the council's future plans by filling in a freepost feedback form and sending it back to the council or making an e-submission online at rdc.govt.nz.
An opportunity to hear about key aspects of the plan that are relevant for the youth sector and to develop ideas for your/your agency's submission will be part of the Working4Youth Roundtable held on Thursday 5 April, 1.00 - 2.30, in the Council Chamber, Rotorua District Council.
As part of RDC's community consultation process:
SUMMARY FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD
A 12 page summary of the draft plan and a freepost submission form are being delivered to every household in Rotorua district in the week following Easter Monday. Residents will have until 3 May to make submissions.
As part of the community consultation process, the council is holding two public meetings to explain the Long-term Plan and to help people make submissions. These meetings will be at RDCâ??s Civic Centre on Tuesday 17 April at 2pm and 5.30pm, and Mayor Kevin Winters is inviting interested residents to attend.
For more informaiton see the RDC website at: