What should Owhango be like in 10 or 30 years time?
It's great that Council is working with ORRIS on revitalising the village. The new public toilets and the surrounding area will look great. That's what's happening soon. This project is about the longer term.
A small group of members of ORRIS are facilitating understanding our vision and developing a strategy to help us get there.
The big steps are -
- Get input, ideas, thoughts, opinions from a wide range of stakeholders
- Bring all that input together into something short and understandable
- Check back with you to see if we were listening
- Correct our understanding of the vision and propose a strategy
- Discuss that strategy with you and correct it
Is this just a naval gazing waste of time? Well you know what they say - failing to plan is planning to fail. At least if we have a plan we'll all understand why things are happening and maybe we'll get some support from you and the rest of Owhango.
Step One - Get input, ideas, thoughts, opinions from a wide range of stakeholders
- Input from Owhango School - we had a chance to see their ideas at the market day on 3 December
- An online survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PGMVGWR <DO THE SURVEY NOW>
- Printed surveys for those who don't have access to the internet
- Promoting the survey
- A public meeting was held in the Owhango Hall at 8 December
- A public meeting in the Owhango Hall will be held at 7.30pm on Thursday 22 March
More on the other steps later
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