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Already achieving wastewater reduction
19 Jun 2009
Great progress has been made in reducing the amount of ground and surface water getting into Gisborne city's wastewater system. Read more >>
250 fewer rates rebate applications received
16 Jun 2009
Tuesday 30 June is the last day ratepayers have to apply for a rebate on their rates account. Despite tough economic times we have processed about 250 fewer applications for rebates than last year. In the 2007/2008 year 1871 properties received a rates rebate totalling $878,269. Read more >>
Likely delay for learn-to-swim pool
16 Jun 2009
Council is committed to providing a learn-to-swim pool as part of the wider Olympic Pool complex. However, issues raised after the submissions hearing to the council's Draft Ten Year Plan may delay the start of this project. Read more >>
Tyres messing up our place
3 Jun 2009
Council was dismayed to discover around 250 tyres dumped down the bank on Kaiti Hill. The cost for disposal alone will cost ratepayers $1000 but on top of this is the difficulty in retrieving them from the dumped site. Read more >>
Community Outcomes seeking TDH endorsement not Ten Year Plan
2 Jun 2009
Tairawhiti District Health (TDH) was not asked to endorse the Draft Ten Year (LTCCP) plan at its May meeting. The document they were being asked to endorse was 'Tairawhiti by Choice'.  The Local Government Act requires council to support the community to identify its outcomes every 6 years.  In 2008 community groups were asked what they wanted for this community though a process facilitated by council. Read more >>

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