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Greenspace Headlines Woodend-Sefton Board Meeting

Woodend Sefton Community meeting is coming up this Monday 11 June and will start at 7pm in Pegasus Community Centre.

Closing the Gaps

Work to close the two remaining gaps in the secondary stopbanks system for the Ashley River/Rakahuri is to take place in the coming months.

Share Your Thoughts on Alcohol in our District

Time is running out to let us know what you think about alcohol in our district.  Did you know that the Council has a Local Alcohol Policy and can decide when pubs and clubs can open and close?  This policy also lets Council decide where bottle stores can be found in the district and their opening times.

Oxford-Ohoka Community Board Meeting Preview

Thursday night’s meeting in Ohoka at Community Hall, Mill Road, will hear discussion on the naming of two roads, the installation of cattle stops on Carleton Road, discretionary grant fund allocations, and more!

Survey to Create Renewed Vision for Youth

After eight years of serving young people of the district, the Waimakariri Youth Development Strategy 2010 is about to undergo a review.

2018 Library Customer Satisfaction Survey

Half a million people visit the libraries in the Waimakariri District every year and 98 percent of visitors rate themselves as satisfied or very satisfied with the services provided.

Speed Limit Change for Tram Road at Mandeville

Road users are reminded that the new speed limit of 80km/h comes into effect on Tram Road at Mandeville on Tuesday 5th June 2018, however, the area will initially remain under a temporary 50km/h speed limit while work is completed in the area.

Chinese Clampdown Causing Increased Recycling Costs

China is clamping down on dirty recycling and it holds ramifications for the Waimakariri District.

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