Former chair of the Snells Beach Residents and Ratepayers Association Mark Dinniss has returned to the role after taking a break.
The Snells resident of four years became chair of the group in 2016, but stepped back the following year for personal reasons. Maurie Hooper took up the role in the interim.
Mark says Maurie has done a great job in his absence, and he is keen to get to work on a couple of key projects now he’s back.
“I’m already working with police and Insite Security to try to get a camera set up at the entrance to Snells Beach so we can help protect the whole of the Mahurangi East community,” Mark says.
“I’m also keen to collaborate with other local groups on bigger issues and get more young people involved with the association. There are a lot more families coming into the area.”
The association has around 130 members and is open to new people joining.
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