Well, now I’ve been to two meetings! I’ve been to a TECT information meeting (that’s mentioned in the article I’ve published titled “And it’s Good-Bye to you…” and I’ve been to a Trustpower information meeting! Just a couple of short video comments about the background to the proposed changes to the TECT Trust Deed and the removal of one of the categories of trust beneficiary. Don’t forget the submission process is not the end of the story – don’t forget there will be a “vote”.
Here’s the second one – this is more about the process…
Well you all know my opinion as a simple resident beneficiary of the Tauranga Energy Consumer Trust! I would be really interested to know how many of the “consumer beneficiaries” are charitable and community organisations as distinct from individuals or commercial entities. Perhaps TECT could tell us?
Rosemary Balu. Rosemary Balu is the founding and current Managing Editor of ARTbop. Rosemary has arts and law degrees from the University of Auckland. She has been a working lawyer and has participated in a wide variety of community activities where information gathering, submission writing, community advocacy and education have been involved. Interested in all forms of the arts since childhood Rosemary is focused on further developing and expanding multi-media ARTbop as the magazine for all the creative arts in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.
AND DON’T FORGET THE AFFORDABLE ART & ARTISAN FAIR IS ON AGAIN THIS SUNDAY AT THE BLACK SHEEP BAR & GRILL, Cnr SH2 and Plummers Point Road, WHAKAMARAMA, 11am to 3pm
And have a quick look at the January Fair in Birgitt Shannon’s video…
THE AFFORDABLE ART & ARTISAN FAIR IS HELD ON THE LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH!
COMING SOON: We have a wonderful text and image article by ARTbop’s Marcus Hobson of the Nelson “Museum” – full of ideas, images and an exhibition we should bring to Tauranga. Keep reading!