Smithy's Noticeboard Community
Dave Smith aka Smithy is the Big Boss of the Glenorchy Motors - where our PO Boxes are located and also it is the home of our village's NOTICE BOARD. So this is the online version of Smithy's Noticeboard.
We encourage everyone to use it - these classifieds go miles!
To send your classifieds for publishing please use firstname.lastname@example.org
Lakeside Rugby Club AGM
The Annual General Meeting will be held at the clubrooms, 7.30pm on Thursday 8th August 2019. All welcome.
YOGA IS BACK AT CAMP GLENORCHY
Yoga is back at Camp Glenorchy and everyone is invited – practices every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 7:30am – 8:30am. $15 Koha. Come and see the sunrise with us and warm up in these cold winter mornings
QUEENSTOWN POLICE NOTICE
Hi I’m Mark Ford, your Glenorchy Community Constable. I will be in Glenorchy next week. If anyone wish to get in touch with any concerns or information to pass on please contact me on: Phone # 021-957093 or email email@example.com.
NEW KERBSIDE RUBBISH & RECYCLING SERVICE NOTIFICATIONS
WANTED – LONG TERM ACCOMMODATION
Hi, we are a Friendly, Mature, Canadian couple looking for Accommodation from August onwards. Long-term preferred. We're quiet, tidy and responsible with full-time work in Glenorchy. Local references available!
Contact Jess or Ryan
021 347 911 / 021 748 911
QUEENSTOWN LAKES DISTRICT COUNCIL REVISED RUBBISH BIN
QLDC are delivering new wheelie bins to residential properties across the district.
It seems many properties in Glenorchy & Kinloch have not yet received the bins for the new rubbish and recycling collection service set to start on 1 July 2019. The bin roll-out started on 26 March with Kingston and Glenorchy, and should be finished district wide about mid-June. Everyone who currently gets kerbside rubbish and recycling should receive the new bins (the whole Queenstown Lakes district from Makarora to Kingston).
What to do if your bins have not arrived?
If you didn’t get any bins when all your neighbours got theirs, call QLDC on 03 441 0499 or 03 443 0024.
Use the RFS/fix it box on the QLDC website to register missing bins.
For more information check out - https://www.qldc.govt.nz/services/new-rubbish-and-recycling-service/
USED BIRD NETTING TO GIVE AWAY
Used bird netting (from vineyard) and black pipe hoops for clouche construction to protect your vegetable rows.
Txt Sue 0274429963
KING SIZE BED & BASE FOR SALE - GLENORCHY
Hi, I have a Sleepyhead King Size Bed & Base in Immaculate Condition for sale. Comfort Nitrogen Gel – medium firmness, includes a mattress protector.
The bed is 5 years old, initial retail value was $4700 mattress & base & protector.
Great for those who do a lot of physical work with good back support and minimal partner disruption when sleeping.
Buyer picks up, $1950.00
GLENORCHY AIRSTRIP REVIEW- questionnaire and drop-in session
Kia ora koutou - Good evening. As you may be aware, Council is undertaking a review of the Glenorchy Airstrip Reserve Management Plan (2016). Council has posted a questionnaire on their website, and you are invited to submit a response. Your feedback will help inform the next stage of the review.
The questionnaire is found here:
The background information to the review, including the plan itself, is here:
You can also email suggestions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Council Parks & Reserves staff will be available to answer questions and discuss the review at an informal drop-in session next Thursday 13 June, from 4pm at the Glenorchy Hall (until around 7pm).
This informal feedback period closes Friday 21 June. After considering the feedback, Council will publicly notify a revised plan for formal submissions.
Ngā mihi - Kind regards
NO YOGA AT CAMP GLENORCHY FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS
Camp Glenorchy will be closed from Monday 10th June to Sunday 23rd June for a winter break and there will be no yoga classes.We’ll reopen on Monday 24th June and the yoga classes will be happening again as usual from Tuesday 25th June. Same date and time – every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 7:30am to 8:30am.
UPDATE FROM AURORA ENERGY REGARDING POWER OUTAGE
Wednesday night’s power outage in Glenorchy was caused by a car hitting a pole in Bob’s Cove. The power stayed on after being hit but the pole had to be changed immediately for safety reasons. The crew needed 2-3 hrs to change the pole. We made the decision to focus on changing the damaged pole rather than splitting up the line crews to do switching to allow the generator to run. For us, this reinforces the discussion we had at the community meeting regarding automating several switches in the Glenorchy area and remote controlling the generator. We look forward to continuing to work with the Glenorchy Community.
External Relations Adviser
My new planter box is half full and I’m after some topsoil to top it up!
If you’ve got some you’re keen to get rid of, there’s a box of beers or your favourite tipple in it for you and I can collect.
Please contact Josie - 022 037 8993.