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Sovereign Palms Residents Protest Bus Changes

It was a full public gallery at yesterday’s Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board meeting as residents of Sovereign Palms showed up to voice their opposition to proposed public transport changes that would see buses traveling through the subdivision.

Parking Proposals and Reserve Status Review

Potential parking solutions and reserve designations took the spotlight at the Oxford-Ohoka Community Board meeting last week.

Funding Supports Local Groups

A variety of local organisations will benefit from financial assistance following the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board meeting on Wednesday night.

Support for School Show

The Woodend-Sefton Community Board met on Monday night and were delighted to approve a grant of $500 to the Woodend School toward the cost of lighting for its School Production in November this year in the Rangiora Town Hall.

Water Scheme Upgrade Nears Completion

Woodend-Tuahiwi and Pegasus water supplies will soon be much more resilient following work to put infrastructure in place to physically join the two schemes. These physical works commenced following consultation on the project in 2016.

Council Asks for Community’s Help to Stop Tagging

The Waimakariri District Council is asking residents to keep their eyes open and report suspicious behaviour to Police following a recent spate of graffiti and low-level vandalism.

Arsenic in Private Well Highlights Importance of Testing

Council is reminding owners of private wells to have their water regularly tested, following a few recent private well tests showing elevated arsenic levels in the north-west of Kaiapoi.  The arsenic is thought to be naturally occurring, though further investigation is intended to be carried out by the Council.

Honda Partnership Driving Reforestation in Kaiapoi

There’s a Chinese proverb that says, “The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second best time is now,” and for Kaiapoi, the time is now thanks to a partnership between the Waimakariri District Council and motor vehicle manufacturer, Honda.

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