AGM Update

March 22, 2021

AGM Update

Kia ora e te whānau,

The new AGM date is 10am Sunday, 18 April 2021 at Ōtamarākau Marae, Ōtamarākau.

The last 12 months have been challenging as we navigated through the challenges COVID-19 has brought us all. While the business slowed through this time, it gave us time to reflect on the issues and develop a clear focus to grow the organisation in the months and years ahead, to create resilience to future shocks and especially to recruit the necessary skills, experience and partners required to develop a deliberate export and global outlook.

Come along to hear and contribute to the ideas,  thinking and the korero about using new science, research and technologies to create new products for new markets and, strategically how we will partner with Iwi across the rohe and the motu that gives us the scale necessary to be effective in this new arena.

Ballot Vote Update:

Voting for the Trust Deed Changes is coming to a close at 5pm on Saturday, 27 March. Please get in touch with us as soon as possible if you’re registered and haven’t received your voting pack in the mail.

You can either call Election Services on 0800 922 822 to request a vote pack, or pop in to the Te Arawa Fisheries office (Lakesyde Business Centre, Level 1, 1204 Whakaue Street, Rotorua) on Saturday, 27 March between 9am – 5pm to meet with the Election Services Return Officer who will issue a voting slip. Please note, this applies to individuals who registered with us before 17 February 2021.

Votes can be sent to the returning officer via NZ Post (return address envelopes will be provided with voting slips) or hand delivered to the Te Arawa Fisheries Office by 5pm Saturday, 27 March 2021.

AGENDA

·         Apologies

·         Message from the chair

·         2019-2020 Annual Report

·         Discussion – Changes to trust Deed

·         Resolutions

·         General Business

Ngā mihi nui,

Chris Karamea-Insley

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