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Wastewater treatment plant major influence on rates
27 May 2010
Council will plan for the development of the inner harbour, protect Ruatoria from flooding, build a new dog pound facility and is likely to start work on an upgrade to the War Memorial Theatre in the next financial year. This is on top of building the district’s biggest ever infrastructure project; the $39M wastewater treatment plant. Council adopted its 2010/2011 Annual Plan today agreeing to a 6.3% increase in rates income from across the district. Read more >>
Submitter's concerns addressed during Annual Plan process
27 May 2010
Few changes were made to the draft Annual Plan as a result of consultation with residents in March. This does not mean council is not responding to the issues raised according to community planning and development manager Nedine Thatcher-Swann. Read more >>
Survey to find out how we're doing
27 May 2010
As part of its on-going commitment to actively seek public opinion and involvement, council is to conduct a survey of its residents. “We have a responsibility to track how well our efforts are carrying through to our residents.  The best way to do this is to interview a representative cross-section of people, and to have this done by an independent group to ensure impartiality,” said council’s community planning and development manager Nedine Thatcher-Swann. Read more >>
Oval No.1 ground closed
26 May 2010
Oval reserve No.1 field is closed for all training and matches due to surface flooding.  The field will be reassessed again on Friday. Read more >>
Walls rise-up on Banks Street site
20 May 2010
Gisborne’s new wastewater treatment plant is beginning to make its presence known on the landscape.   Read more >>

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