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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
The Council has 112 units in Kaiapoi, Oxford, Rangiora and Woodend for people over 65 with limited means.
You can share your views about the Council's plans and projects by making a submission.
The Waimakariri District Council is one of the largest employers in the Waimakariri District and has become an employer of choice.
The Council’s Community
Development Team will provide a report to the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board
about the outcomes from the community survey conducted in the Kippenberger
Estate in 2017 at its April meeting tomorrow night.
The Council’s Community
Development Advisor Madeleine Burdon, along with local University students, carried
out a pilot survey aiming to find out from residents whether they felt
connected to each other and to the wider township. Evidence based
research shows that social connection is a major factor in promoting wellbeing,
and the Council was keen to find out more from its residents. Kippenberger
Estate was chosen for its achievable size (around 200 households) and because
it had been settled over a period of five to six years.
this, the Board will consider a Rangiora-Ashley Community Board Discretionary
Grant from Waimakariri Arts Trust – Kaiapoi Art Expo for $500 towards the
running costs of the Kaiapoi Art Expo and Schools’ Art Expo.
Day approaching, a report seeking approval of Board representation at wreath
laying services within the Rangiora-Ashley community area will be considered.
raised by the Chair of Riding for the Disabled (RDA) about three Council owned
Monterey Pine trees located in leased land between Millton Avenue and the
Ashley River will be discussed.
are close to a frequently used storage container within the leased area, and the
Chair of RDA has requested that the trees be removed on the basis that they are
dangerous and hazardous to users of the facility. Needles from the trees also form a carpet of
rotting material on the roof of the container, preventing stormwater run-off.
There are concerns from RDA that in time this will cause rust to form.
will update the Board about potential stop bank work around the Ashley River.
Rangiora-Ashley Community Board meeting will be held at 7pm on Wednesday 11
April at 215 High Street, Rangiora and all are welcome to attend.