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Old pipes replaced to keep wastewater flowing
2 Dec 2011
The pipes, pumps and piles of dirt in Childers Road will be there a little longer after Council’s upgrade of wastewater pipes has a hit a few hurdles. “We are replacing the wastewater pipes in Childers Road by the pumping station next to Te Wananga o Aotearoa campus, says wastewater team leader Helen Churton. “The pipes were first installed in 1921 and due to be replaced.”0 Read more >>
Martin Street Reserve gets new play equipment
28 Nov 2011
Kaiti’s Martin Street Reserve has had a makeover and will be officially opened at a party organised by Kapai Kaiti on Saturday 10 December 2011. The playground in the reserve has been moved so that it's more visible from busy Tyndall Road and the worn out play equipment has been replaced with less traditional options. “The idea was to encourage imaginative and unstructured play”, says Kapai Kaiti chairman, Josh Wharehinga. “We organised a hui at Whakaruruhau kohanga in March with the nearby communities to get a good idea about what parents and caregivers wanted for their local reserve and to involve them in the process.” Read more >>
Land use on the flats to be surveyed
28 Nov 2011
How land is being used on the Poverty Bay flats will be surveyed over the next couple of months. Lincoln University student Hagen Telfer has been employed to conduct a survey and report back on trends and observations. Read more >>
Gisborne district properties have lost value
28 Nov 2011
Most Gisborne district properties have reduced in value since the last valuation in mid 2008. This is in line with properties throughout New Zealand. Gisborne district properties were last valued when the market was peaking and just before the start of the global financial crisis. Read more >>
Original council building to be strengthened or rebuilt
25 Nov 2011
The ground under Gisborne District Council’s original 2-storey office block will be investigated before a decision is made on whether to strengthen the existing building or replace it. Read more >>

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