September 2020 Update
Tēna koutou katoa,
The Trustees and Management Team of Te Tahuna Trust hope that you and your whānau are taking care of yourselves during these elevated levels due to Covid-19. Here is an update that we would like to share with you in regard to the management of our Tāonga, Rotoiti 13D2.
Annual General Meeting - 12 December 2020
Due to the re-emergence of Covid-19 during the past months, and a change in Alert Levels, we have closely monitored the landscape, keeping in mind that many of our shareholders that attend our Annual General Meetings are in the high risk group.
As a result of this, we have determined that the earliest time that we could safely hold an annual general meeting is:
Te Tahuna Trust
Annual General Meeting 2020
Saturday, 12 December 2020
10.00am at Tapuaeharuru Marae
For those that could not attend (e.g. for reasons relating to access like, health or distance) the Annual General Meeting will be live streamed over the internet through our Website and Facebook Page.
We continue with our information gathering exercises in regard to management of the flooding issues for the rental properties on Tamatea Street. The Trustees want to address these issues as quickly as humanly possible. However, due to issues such as information gathering from a wide range of organisations, this is proving to take more time that we would hope for.
We have engaged the services of OPUS-WSP for engineering solutions, and engaged with groups such as the Regional Council and Ngāti Pikiao Environmental Society and others, to appropriately manage this issue. We hope to be able to address this issue in the next 6 months, Mar-July 2021.
Rotoma Kaumatua Project
Te Tahuna Trust are an active partner along with other Ngāti Tamateatutahi-Ngāti Kawiti Land Trusts to progress an initiative lead by Rotoma No. 1 Incorporation to better support our shareholders, specifically Kaumatua. This initiative has brought us together to discuss common issues that exist between our land trusts, and to form solutions that leverage our individual capacity to assist our shareholders. We continue to progress this at each meeting.
At our Annual General meeting on Saturday, 12 December 2020, we will ask for 3 nominations for new trustees. This has come about due to the recent resignation by trustee Raina Meha, and the precursory need for 2 new Trustees. A special recognition is given to Raina for, in a tenure of 4 years suggesting and implementing incremental changes to the operation of the Trust. The Trustees of Te Tahuna wish Raina well with future endeavors.
All nominations are welcome and we look forward to working with future Trustees that work from heart space, to manage and develop the resources of Te Tahuna Trust for our shareholders, in line with our Strategic Plan.
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