Author Archives: graemesawyer
This is a shout out for VOLUNTEERS to help build a new walking track through Totara Park this Saturday afternoon.
Most of our ‘Northern Suburbs” homes are zoned “outer residential”. Sounds innocuous, right? Wrong. Continue reading
Wellington City Council proposes to move a kindergarten onto a hard-won and scarce public community garden in Johnsonville. Continue reading
Last month, Wellington City Council approved the consent for redevelopment of Johnsonville Mall. JCA applauds the potential improvement in retail facilities, as local people have been crying out for this for decades. However, with the honey, the Council is also … Continue reading
A recent story in the Dominion Post asks whether Johnsonville’s young people are being adequately served by WCC? JCA says no: “For the City Council, ignoring the needs of Johnsonville youth is easy as 1-2-3.” Johnsonville has the highest population … Continue reading
On 4 March, Penny Salmond & Graeme Sawyer from JCA accompanied Anita Benbrook, WCCs Restoration Technical Advisor and native Forrest expert, on a wander through the Totara Park, roughly on the same route as the proposed new walking track through the … Continue reading
Press Release – Date: 5/11/2015 Community groups call on residents of Paparangi, Woodridge Newlands, and Johnsonville to “Sign Your Support” to establish a new Community Board. Two Northern Wellington Residents groups (JCA and NPPA) today announced the launch of a campaign … Continue reading