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RATEPAYERS EASTER 2019 NEWSLETTER NOW ONLINE

Problem Weed Trees in Omori Kuratau. Visit the 'Enjoying Our Area' page of the website to find out about the problems we have in the area with cotoneasta

and Tutu and how to control these weed trees/shrubs problems.

Visit the Kuratau Omori Preservation Society page (Click Here) for a report on their 2019 AGM and how you can help make a submission regarding the D2/D3 - 81 section subdivision.

 

 

                                                            The OKRA Review of Taupo’s Growth Strategy TD2050:

                                                            In October, your Committee supported Kuratau Omori Preservation

                                                            Society (KOPS) in their submission to prevent approval being granted

                                                            for the establishment of an 81 section subdivision in an area known as

                                                            D2/D3 Blocks. This area borders Te Waaka Tce, Pihanga Road,

                                                            Taringa Ave and the Whio Whio Reserve through to the Kuratau River.

This application requires resource consent and our submission is that this resource application should be publicly notifiable. We would welcome your input. You can view and download both the OKRA and KOPS submissions in pdf format below.

Minutes of OKRA meeting

30 March 2019

Omori Kuratau Pest Management Update

 Omori/Kuratau Pest Management Group Report for March, 2019 Although variable, we average about 50-60 rats in March and were about average this year Rats = 54. (57 last year) About half of the rats were taken out in donated traps and every trapline caught rats – a first for a while. Mice = 6. (6 last year) Stoats/Ferrets = 8. (1 stoat and 7 ferrets – the most ferrets we have ever taken out – all 7 of them caught on lines close to the Kuratau River Picture shows relative sizes of the 3 mustelids we target. Feral Cats = 8. (25 last year). This may seem small compared with last year. However the total number of cats taken out in the first 3 months of the year is very similar to last year – 29 last year and 27 this year. Perhaps we got our cats early this year – let's hope so. Possums = 1. ( 0 last year) . Hedgehogs = 8. (13 last year). Kind regards to you all and we hope to see you all at Easter. Russell Shaw OKPMG Co-ordinator Contact Details: Ph: (07) 386 6667, Email: sspub@reap.org.nz 180 Omori Road PDF of TallyTotals to 31 March, 2019

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