A well attended Annual General Meeting was held on 20 May. As part of the proceedings there were three guest speakers whose presentations were well received.
1. Te Ara Piko - Andrew Gray, Landscape Architect, PCC, provided an presentation on Te Ara Piko - Pauatahanui Pathway, updating the progress on the pathway
2. Rural Fire - Peter Walker, Deputy Principal Rural Fire Officer, provided a presentation on rural fires, outlining changes through the implementation of the new Wellington Rural Fire Authority and the key points of note for rural residents
3. Jacqui Blackwell, PCC Nursery, shared a power point presentation on Planting natives for birds and lizards to attract native birds, geckos and skinks.