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Dog control policy and bylaw review
6 Aug 2010
Read the proposed changes to the current dog control policy and bylaw. You can give feedback online before 4pm Friday 24 September 2010. Read more >>
Hall Street footbridge closed for repairs
4 Aug 2010
From 8am on Monday 9 August  any one that normally uses the footbridge at the end of Hall Street to get to and from the city will have to find an alternative. The deck and rails on the footbridge are in need of repair. The bridge will be closed for 4 weeks from Monday 9 August. Read more >>
Olympic pool heated by local wood chips
4 Aug 2010
A wood chip boiler installed at the Olympic Pool in June has started to pay dividends. The old gas heater was 30 years old and cost $150,000 per year in energy costs. From 1 July the new emissions trading scheme on all fossil burning fuels would have added $7000 to that cost this year. Read more >>
Customers rate our service as excellent
3 Aug 2010
Satisfaction with the service provided by council has increased significantly over the last couple of months. Council surveys 10% of all people who request a service from council to identify how satisfied they were with what was provided. ‘Excellent’ was how 80% of those surveyed said the response time, quality of service and feedback received in June this year was. Read more >>
Streamside planting day a success
3 Aug 2010
Waikanae Stream is looking more attractive after 320 native trees and shrubs were planted on its banks last week. Two successful planting days were held on Friday 30 and Saturday 31 July. The result is a stunning selection of plants on along the stream each side of Stanley Road. The planting days were a partnership between Gisborne District Council, Department of Conservation (DOC), Awapuni School and the community.  Council’s water conservator Paul Murphy said it was a great example of what can be achieved with minimal budgets when groups work together. Read more >>

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