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Council wants feedback on draft Annual Plan
3 Mar 2011
Council’s draft Annual Plan for the financial year commencing 1 July 2011 was approved last week for consultation. The community now has the opportunity to provide feedback and comment on the Council’s proposed programme for the year. The plan identifies the estimated costs of Council activities, and provides the basis for setting rates for the year. Read more >>
Have your say on our proposed Arts & Culture strategy
1 Mar 2011
From today you can have your say on our proposed Arts and Culture Strategy for 2010-2013. Read more >>
Council staff helping Christchurch's recovery
28 Feb 2011
Four members of the Gisborne Volunteer Rural Fire Force left this morning for Christchurch to assist with the rescue and recovery operations in the earthquake stricken city. Led by Gisborne District Council's Principal Rural Fire Officer René Londeman the group responded to a call from the National Crisis Centre to provide expertise and equipment with search and recovery operations. The group is completed by builder Glynn Potaka, Eastland Port's engineer Marius Handcock and Council engineer Robert Budd. All have been trained in rescue and recovery operations. Read more >>
Census day cancelled
25 Feb 2011
The 2011 Census that was to be held on Tuesday 8 March has been cancelled as a result of the horrific earthquake.   There is currently no revised date for holding the census. Read more >>
Minimal rate increase for many ratepayers
25 Feb 2011
Many of the district’s ratepayers will face no, or very low, rate increases in the next financial year. Gisborne District Council has identified some substantial cost savings in its draft Annual Plan. More than 80 percent of ratepayers will have a rates reduction or a rise of less than $2 per week. Those benefitting tend to be Gisborne city residents and those with low value properties. Read more >>

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