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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.
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The area surrounding the Rangiora-Loburn Bridge on the
Ashley/Rakahuri River once again has a clean bill of health after the
Canterbury District Health Board last night lifted its public health warning
for the area.
Turbidity levels in the water supply servicing the
Oxford Rural no. 2 water supply scheme have reached the threshold where a boil
water notice has had to be issued. The turbidity has been caused by today’s
Brandts-Giesen was the worthy recipient of a Community Service Award,
presented at today’s Council meeting in recognition of the extensive amount of
time and dedication he has provided to various local charities and
organisations within the Waimakariri District, and right across Canterbury and
scheduled removal of the shelter belt along the western boundary of Rangiora’s Dudley
Park is set to begin on Tuesday 13 March. The work is expected to take around
three days to complete.
using Southbrook Road will see cones for a while longer as contractors make
preparations to install a large sewer main across Southbrook Road into Pearson
Lane. The new sewer pipe is part of a major upgrade for Rangiora that is being
carried out in the central and southern areas over the next six years.
The nationwide Census is on
currently, with the forms available both online and in hard copy paper form. We want to see as many Waimakariri
residents as possible complete the Census to ensure we have good
information on which to base planning decisions for the future.
Galvanised pipes installed in 1932 are being replaced in
Queen Street, one of Rangiora’s well-known tree-lined streets. During the design
phase of this work special consideration was given to working around the trees
to ensure that no damage is done.
A welcome update for residents on the Oxford Rural No.2
water supply that the boil water notice has now been lifted and residents can
now consume the water without boiling it.
The initial boil water notice was issued as a precaution due to heavy
rainfall causing the water to become discoloured (referred to as turbidity),
which can reduce the effectiveness of the chlorine treatment.
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