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Licence for waka shed to be notified
4 Oct 2010
A proposal to assemble a waka on Gisborne District Council land behind the Sound Shell on Centennial Marine Parade will require a Licence to Occupy under the Reserves Act 1977. This will be publicly notified next week. Read more >>
We end the year in a strong financial position
29 Sep 2010
Gisborne District Council made a moderate surplus last financial year which will be carried forward to fund expenditure in the current year and repay past deficits. The 2009/2010 Annual Report goes to Council on Thursday to be adopted and highlights what was achieved in the last financial year (1 July 2009 – 31 June 2010) and how it was paid for. Read more >>
Focusing on core infrastructure
29 Sep 2010
Gisborne District Council’s 2009/2010 Annual Report, which goes to Council this Thursday for adoption, shows a focus on key infrastructure and working with the community to meet other objectives. The Annual Report is Council’s key accountability document which reports back to communities on whether or not it did what it said it would do. It highlights what Council achieved in the past year as well as financial reports and how Council performed in 21 activity areas. Read more >>
Plastic media fitted inside filter tank
29 Sep 2010
Eleven thousand black plastic blocks are quickly filling the giant biological trickling filter tank at the city’s new wastewater treatment plant in Banks Street. Read more >>
First step to sustainable water management
23 Sep 2010
Increasing pressure on the nation’s water resources makes a comprehensive approach to fresh water management a critical priority, says Local Government New Zealand. These comments follow the release of the Land and Water Forum Report which sets the direction for an integrated and full water management plan for New Zealand.  Read more >>

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