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Funding News from Kaiapoi Tuahiwi Community Board

The Kaiapoi Tuahiwi Community Board were very pleased to support two initiatives through the Board’s Discretionary Grant Fund at their meeting last night.  The Waimakariri Light Party and the Pines and Kairaki Residents Association were both awarded funding by the Board.

Spotlight on Earthquake Prone Buildings

The Council want to hear feedback from the community about earthquake prone priority buildings.  Under the Building (Earthquake Prone Buildings) Amendment Act 2016, the Council must work with community to identify earthquake buildings that are high risk due to their construction, and should be prioritised for remediation.

Second Chance to Make Your Choice

Feedback has been opened up until the end of the month allowing ratepayers who may have slipped through the cracks another chance to let the Council know what bin service they would like.

Low Emission Wood Burner Deadline Approaching

From 1 January 2019 it won’t be possible to get a building consent for a low emission wood burner in five of Canterbury’s clean air zones*.

Focus on Sharing Information

Information sharing was the theme for the Woodend-Sefton Community Board meeting held on Monday evening.

Looking Twice at Train Tracks May Save Your Life

Look right, look left, look for trains. That’s the message NZ Police and the NZ Transport Agency are supporting this Rail Safety Week, and it could save your life.

Council Farewells Roading Manager Ken Stevenson

Staff at Waimakariri District Council are grieving the loss of a valued colleague and friend, following the passing of Ken Stevenson in the early hours of Monday morning.

Progress Ahead for Mandeville Flood Works

A positive discussion focused on solutions set the tone at last night’s Oxford-Ohoka Community Board meeting.

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