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Woodend Sefton Community Board to Sign off LTP Submission

The Woodend Sefton Community Board have a lot to consider and discuss at their meeting on Monday 14 May in the Woodend Community Centre starting at 7 pm.

Council Trees Leaf Fall and Shading Requires Shared Cleanup and Patience

With the onset of colder weather the annual autumn leaf fall from deciduous trees is in full swing and we see change in the shading they provide.

Rangiora Woodend Pathway All But Finished

It’s time to pump up those tyres and tie the shoelaces with completion of Waimakariri Districts second cycle and walkway just around the corner. Contractors are applying the finishing touches to the Rangiora Woodend Pathway over the next few weeks and an official opening is planned for mid-June.

LTP Submissions Mark the Next Step

The next step in the Long Term Plan process takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday when submissions will be heard by the Councillors in Kaiapoi and Rangiora. Nearly 70 people will speak in support of their submissions across the two days of hearings.

Proposed Landscape Projects Move Forward After Oxford-Ohoka Community Board Approval

The Oxford-Ohoka Community Board met on Thursday, 3 May, at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting and discussed funding of various landscaping projects, all of which were approved as recommended by staff.

Temporary Traffic Lights on Rangiora Woodend Road

As part of the Ravenswood residential development, a new water main pipe is being installed at the Rangiora Woodend Road and Chinnerys Road intersection.

Rangiora Woodend Road Speed Limits: Time for Change?

Making sure our roads are safe to travel on for both our local communities and visitors to our district is a high priority for Council. As areas develop the nature and use of some of our roads change. Rangiora Woodend Road is one of those roads which has seen an increase in traffic volumes over the last five years.

Sign Vandalism Exacerbates River Risk

Dangerous or stupidity? When it comes to the recent removal of half of the Domain Road ford closure sign by a random member of the public, it’s both.

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