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69 submissions received to draft Annual Plan
5 May 2010
Council received 69 submissions to the draft Annual Plan 2010-2011.  26 submitters will present their submission at the 2 day hearing to be held on 5 and 6 May. Read more >>
Parking to be monitored at Barry Park after complaints
4 May 2010
Council is asking players and supporters who use Barry Park to park legally even though this may mean parking further away. Council has received complaints from neighbours of Barry Park about the number of vehicles that are parked in front of their driveway when Barry Park is being used for games or practice. “Property owners must be able to enter and exit their property as they need without the ongoing issue of vehicles blocking their access,” said council parking team leader Paul Stuart. Read more >>
Keeping sports grounds in top condition challenging
30 Apr 2010
A very dry autumn has meant that getting the district’s sports grounds ready for the busy winter sports season has been challenging. Read more >>
Changes for some rural communites' refuse collection
28 Apr 2010
People wanting to get rid of refuse and recycling may need to get up a little earlier as operating hours in some areas of the district will change at the beginning of May. Read more >>
Compost workshops for international compost week
28 Apr 2010
To encourage more people to use their kitchen scraps productively, and to celebrate International Compost Awareness Week, council is running free composting demonstrations. “Anyone who would like to know more about composting, worm farming or using Bokashi buckets should attend. Composting doesn't just reduce waste, adding it to the garden improves soil and plant growth. Autumn is a great time to start composting. Fallen leaves and fresh grass are perfect for composting,” Ms Lister added. Read more >>

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