Today’s DomPost provides an update on the Johnsonville Mall situation.
The Big News is … there is no update. Mall owner Stride Properties says it may or may not provide news about it’s plans for the Johnsonville central business district in the middle of 2019.
JCA is calling on every local business owner to stand with the rest of the business community and with local residents, and refuse to do a franchise deal with NZ Post.
Local lives can be saved and living made easier in the event of a civil defence emergency if local residents make ready now to use their skills and initiative.
That’s the key message JCA is hearing from Wellington Regional Emergency Management Office (WREMO, previously known as Civil Defence).
The first thing to do following an emergency event is to check that your family and neighbours are okay: look after them first.
After that, we will all need to muck in rather than wait for official authorities to respond.
A surprise guest will be in attendance at JCA’s June meeting, and everyone from Johnsonville, Raroa, and bordering areas is invited to meet them.
JCA is sworn to secrecy about the guest; all we can say is our guest is probably going to have an effect on every family in the area. (There really will be a surprise guest, no mucking you around!)
The June meeting of JCA will be held at Johnsonville Community Centre (Room 1), Frankmore Avenue, at 7:30pm on Wednesday 27 June 2018.
Main points on the agenda:
Supporting documents for the AGM:
Are you one of the thousands of locals wondering how to get your fare balance AND $10 deposit back on your Newlands bus card when becomes useless on 15 July?
Long story short: JCA recommends: Go in person with your card to the Newlands Bus office. Greater Wellington Regional Council has promised Newlands Coach Services will pay you your remaining fare balance and $10 deposit when you hand over your card.
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J-villers* are invited to the May meeting of JCA – 7:30pm to 9pm on Wednesday 30 may 2018 at Johnsonville Community Centre.
On the agenda this month:
- Project to improve (and even beautify!!) the underpass southbound entrance to the Ngauranga Gorge road. Look at it: right now, it’s ugly, dark, and dangerous. It should be nice, bright and safe!
- Restoring WCC provision of Youth Facilities in Johnsonville. Wellington city Council has demolished the only two dedicated facilities for youth in Johnsonville — the Youth Room in the Community Centre, and the basketball court that backed onto the Keith Spry pool, What can we do to persuade Council to make good? One of our local councillors, Jill Day, may like to comment?
We are all on for another track build session on this Saturday 3 March from 1 to 3 pm.
You will be impressed with the progress!
Johnsonville Community Centre, where we meet
The 28 February meeting of the Johnsonville Community Association kicks off the year. All Johnsonville residents are welcome, so pop along and find out what’s happening.
This is a shout out for VOLUNTEERS to help build a new walking track through Totara Park this Saturday afternoon.