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COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 24 JUNE 2020 Waimakariri District Council Engaging with Community The Waimakariri Youth Council are keen to hear ideas for the space around the skate park in Dudiey Park They have some of their own like an entertairment space, seating area device charging table and free Wi-Fi but are keen to hear from you too. Williams Street We're installing new watemains along Wiliams Street, and the section between Ohoka Road and Courtenay Drive is almost compiete. We thark businesses and residenes for their patience while we have been working teddy stäys sáfe We're also engaging on recovery from COVID-19 at the moment and have had some interesting proposals shared on how we can help people and businesses recover. There is still time to let us know what you think on both topics at waimakaririgovtne/letstak in this area Annual Plan adopted From Monday 6 July contractors will move to stage two of works, between Fuler Street and the Ohoka Road Last week the Council formally adopted the 20202/21 Aenual planned with a reduced rates increase of 1.5% - down from a proposed 4%. Although increases wil vary, generally speaking an average property will see an increase of approximately S45 per year or $11.25 every quarter. teddy says Join me for a morning of fun and learn how roundabout. This will cause some disruption to traffic as the pipe is installed across the intersection of Willams Street and Fuler Street. Traffic impacts: The intersection of Fuler Street and Waliams Street will be closed during to allow contractors to lay a section of pipe across both lanes of Fuller and Carew Streets. Traffic will be detoured via Hiton, to stay safe. See you Thursday 16 July 2020, 10.30am - 1pm At the Woodend Community Centre. School Road, Woodend. Infrastructure upgrades underway Lineside Road Contractors have been busy constructing the new stormwater pipeline on eastem side of Lineside Road and have laid approximately 140m They will continue from Carters towards Railway Road which will be completed later this week. They then switch to the westem side. Contact Peraki and Carew Streets. The dosure will be in place from Monday 13 July until Friday 31 July. Nicola Trolove. Sate Community Facilitator 021672 105 - nicola trolovewkgovt.ne Carew Street at the Willams Street intersection wl be cosed from 20 July -7 August. Two-way traffic will be maintained on Williams Street during the work. Babs Sutherland, Community Support Coordinator 021 506 718 - babs.herlandplunket.ongne Following this, the crewwil be connecting the pipes on either side of Lineside Road. This will require stop/ go traffic management and wil be undertaken at night to minimise denuption. The road will be fully open to two -way traffic throughout the day. This work should be completed by the end of August t phrket WAIMAKARIB This stage of work is expected to be completed in late September, before the crews move into Hils Street. To whini find out more about this work and other traffic impacts visit our website. The Great Fairy Hunt Celebrating National Volunteer Week 27 - 27 June 2020 2020 Saturday 4 Suturdhy 19 July At the KaiopoI Domain and Pearson Park, Oxford OLUITEER Our communities are stronger when we all work together We are lucky to live in such a great District where so many individuals and organisations voluntarily give their time to the community. Council would like to acknowledge your contribution to making Waimakariri such a great place to live. ace Painting with the Faeries To all the foodbank volunteers, community drivers, committee members, emergency services, fundraisers, environment champions, coaches and more - we thank you! $5.00 You can become a volunteer Giving your time and skills to help others can be a real boost to your personal wellbeing Download your entry form here: kidsfest.co.nz/event/the-great-fairy-bunt For face painting times and dates check: facebook.com/beyondthefaerietree The Volunteer Directory on council website lists many local groups and projects that would appreciate more volunteers, see below for the link. Find out more at waimakariri.govtnz/community/community-information Volunteering WAIMAKARIRI Succorted by NOTH CANTER WAIMAKARIRI bisTRICT COUNCIL waimakariri.govt.nz COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 24 JUNE 2020 Waimakariri District Council Engaging with Community The Waimakariri Youth Council are keen to hear ideas for the space around the skate park in Dudiey Park They have some of their own like an entertairment space, seating area device charging table and free Wi-Fi but are keen to hear from you too. Williams Street We're installing new watemains along Wiliams Street, and the section between Ohoka Road and Courtenay Drive is almost compiete. We thark businesses and residenes for their patience while we have been working teddy stäys sáfe We're also engaging on recovery from COVID-19 at the moment and have had some interesting proposals shared on how we can help people and businesses recover. There is still time to let us know what you think on both topics at waimakaririgovtne/letstak in this area Annual Plan adopted From Monday 6 July contractors will move to stage two of works, between Fuler Street and the Ohoka Road Last week the Council formally adopted the 20202/21 Aenual planned with a reduced rates increase of 1.5% - down from a proposed 4%. Although increases wil vary, generally speaking an average property will see an increase of approximately S45 per year or $11.25 every quarter. teddy says Join me for a morning of fun and learn how roundabout. This will cause some disruption to traffic as the pipe is installed across the intersection of Willams Street and Fuler Street. Traffic impacts: The intersection of Fuler Street and Waliams Street will be closed during to allow contractors to lay a section of pipe across both lanes of Fuller and Carew Streets. Traffic will be detoured via Hiton, to stay safe. See you Thursday 16 July 2020, 10.30am - 1pm At the Woodend Community Centre. School Road, Woodend. Infrastructure upgrades underway Lineside Road Contractors have been busy constructing the new stormwater pipeline on eastem side of Lineside Road and have laid approximately 140m They will continue from Carters towards Railway Road which will be completed later this week. They then switch to the westem side. Contact Peraki and Carew Streets. The dosure will be in place from Monday 13 July until Friday 31 July. Nicola Trolove. Sate Community Facilitator 021672 105 - nicola trolovewkgovt.ne Carew Street at the Willams Street intersection wl be cosed from 20 July -7 August. Two-way traffic will be maintained on Williams Street during the work. Babs Sutherland, Community Support Coordinator 021 506 718 - babs.herlandplunket.ongne Following this, the crewwil be connecting the pipes on either side of Lineside Road. This will require stop/ go traffic management and wil be undertaken at night to minimise denuption. The road will be fully open to two -way traffic throughout the day. This work should be completed by the end of August t phrket WAIMAKARIB This stage of work is expected to be completed in late September, before the crews move into Hils Street. To whini find out more about this work and other traffic impacts visit our website. The Great Fairy Hunt Celebrating National Volunteer Week 27 - 27 June 2020 2020 Saturday 4 Suturdhy 19 July At the KaiopoI Domain and Pearson Park, Oxford OLUITEER Our communities are stronger when we all work together We are lucky to live in such a great District where so many individuals and organisations voluntarily give their time to the community. Council would like to acknowledge your contribution to making Waimakariri such a great place to live. ace Painting with the Faeries To all the foodbank volunteers, community drivers, committee members, emergency services, fundraisers, environment champions, coaches and more - we thank you! $5.00 You can become a volunteer Giving your time and skills to help others can be a real boost to your personal wellbeing Download your entry form here: kidsfest.co.nz/event/the-great-fairy-bunt For face painting times and dates check: facebook.com/beyondthefaerietree The Volunteer Directory on council website lists many local groups and projects that would appreciate more volunteers, see below for the link. Find out more at waimakariri.govtnz/community/community-information Volunteering WAIMAKARIRI Succorted by NOTH CANTER WAIMAKARIRI bisTRICT COUNCIL waimakariri.govt.nz