Meola Creek The Plight of an Urban Creek

The St Lukes Environmental Protection Society (STEPS) was incorporated in 2005. Its purpose is to act as a body, giving voice and taking action to protect and enhance the environment and amenities in the St Lukes area. Read more ...

STEPS Activities 2015-16

August 3rd, 2016

STEPS held the 2016 AGM on 31 May. Speakers included:

  • David Barker, Auckland Council speaking on Significant Ecological Areas
  • Professor Simon Milne of AUT announcing support for STEPS website
  • David Ward of Watercare Services updating us on the large sewerage project which impacts Meola Creek.

The Report of the Chair is attached along with photos of planting and other activities in 2015-16 year.

Thanks to all our members and supporters for their ongoing involvement in improving Meola Creek.

MEOLA CREEK AND STEPS 2015-16 publish

MEOLA CREEK AND STEPS 2015-16 AELBSTEPS-Chairpersons Report 2015-16 v1.3 Final

 

STEPS AGM 2016 – 31 May 2016

May 15th, 2016

STEPS will be holding its AGM on

Tuesday May 31, 2016, 7pm, at Alberton House (100 Mt Albert Road)

After the AGM, there will be brief updates on several topical issues including:

– Designation of Roy Clements Treeway as a “Significant Ecological Area” (SEA): Why is it important and What does it mean?

– Central Interceptor: Core samples, Cross-sections & Future plans

– Meola Creek: General updates

– 2016 Plantings: Wetland & Rock forest

Following the updates, there will be a general panel/floor discussion for these issues and those raised by the audience.

Come along and have your say!!

Please note the date and pass on the information to anyone who might be interested.

A flyer for distribution or posting can be downloaded here: STEPS_2016 AGM_Flyer

All welcome – hope to see you there…

STEPS AGM 2015 – 6 August 2015

July 21st, 2015

STEPS will be holding its AGM on

Thursday August 6, 2015, 7pm, at Alberton House (100 Mt Albert Road)

After the AGM, there will be brief updates on several topical issues including:

– Meola Creek water quality monitoring results

– 2015 plantings in wetland and rock forest

– Central Interceptor and its impact on the Roy Clements Treeway (Watercare Services)

Following the updates, there will be a general panel/floor discussion for these issues and those raised by the audience.

Come along and have your say!!

Please note the date and pass on the information to anyone who might be interested.

A flyer for distribution or posting can be downloaded here: AGM flyer – August 2015

All welcome – hope to see you there…

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