In this newsletter:
"For much of the last 100 years, landfill roads and utility construction have badly damaged the natural environment on the shores of Manukau Harbour.
The Onehunga Bay/Hugh Watt Drive area is an obvious example. With the rebuilding of the motorway, we have a unique opportunity to undo some of the damage and create a great recreation area for Hillsborough and Onehunga residents. The road from the airport to Auckland City is the gateway to our city for many visitors and now we have the change to create a positive impression.
If you haven't already signed the paper format of the petition, there is now an online version you can complete. All petition entries need to be in by June 30th, 2008.
Click this link to go to the petition now, or copy and paste the link below into your browser.
Please pass this email on to anyone who might be interested in signing, for example: friends, neighbourhood watch groups, or community groups.
Thank you for making your voice heard for a better Onehunga.
~The TOES Team
Welcome to the TOES Newsletter – June 2008
Welcome to the first Onehunga Enhancement Society (TOES) newsletter. TOES was formed just over 12 months ago. We’re involved in many environmental and transport issues of interest to Onehunga. So we felt we needed to keep everyone up to date. In this first newsletter, we want to let you know about: