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Future of Tokomaru and Hicks Bay wharves to be consulted on
14 Jun 2010
The wharves at Tokomaru and Hicks Bay are in a bad condition and pose a risk to the public who continue to use the structures. However at the moment council will not be closing them until the public and affected communities have been consulted on their future. Read more >>
Council's submission to the Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill
8 Jun 2010
Read council's submission to the Environment and Local Government Select Committee for the Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill. Read more >>
Register now for the graffiti cover up
4 Jun 2010
Volunteers will be out with their paint cans and brushes at the end of June for the Great Graffiti Cover Up. Recent graffiti attacks in Kaiti have highlighted the need for residents and building owners to get rid of the tags as soon as possible after they appear. Read more >>
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 >>

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