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COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 1 JULY 2020 Waimakariri District Council Supporting Local This week the Council appointed a wide range of local tradespeople to its Trades Panel. This included builders, plumbers, electricians, painters and fencers to name a few. The panel is a new initiative by the Council to streamline its procurement process, saving time and money for both the council and suppliers, while also supporting local businesses and contractors. And we haven't forgotten about your teenagers with the Silent Rave on Saturday 18 July for school years 9-13. A unique way of experiencing live music - everyone receives a set of wireless headphones linked up to the sound system, and gets to experience a range of local Djs while enjoying a chilled out atmosphere. Keep an eye on the WaiYouth Facebook page and Instagram for more updates. Winter Driving Winter is well and trly here. Pop into your local Service Centre and pick up a free ice scraper and cloth to help keep those vehicle windscreens clear. Remember to reduce speed on wet and icy roads and turn headights on in fog - the low light helps other drivers see you The work will primarily focus on the planning and delivery of the projects outlined in the Council's most recent Long Term Plan. Council will also be looking to put in place panels Community Engagement There is still time to let us know what you think about Community Features at Dudiey Park and the Council's Draft COVID-19 Recovery Plan. We've been pleased with the response so far and you can find out more at waimakaririgovt.re/letstalk to cover minor capital works for civil works and construction and professional services in an effort to continually streamline processes and provide savings for both the council and its suppliers. Recycling Update New recycling bin stickers are available from any Council Service Centre. These have been updated to show that we can now only take rigid plastik types 1, 2 and 5 as well as the usual clean flat Winter Holidays Just a reminder of some local events and activities to keep the kids occupied during the school holidays. Kidsfest offers so many different options in the District from the Pirate Mystery Tour to Young Writers Workshop. You can find out more about what's on at kidsfest.co.nz cardboard and mixed paper, glass bottles and jars. tins, cans, and aerosols Change of Meeting Venue The Oxford-Ohoka Community Board meeting scheduled for Wednesday 8 July 2020 has had a change of venue to that previously advertised. The meeting will be held in the A & P Room at the Oxford Town Hall, 30 Main Street, Oxford, at 7pm. The public are welcome to attend this meeting When recycling please make sure items are clean and all lids go in the rubbish. The Great Fairy Hunt teddy stays sáfe 2020 Sarah Nichols Govemance Manager Saturday 4 Sundiy 19 July At the Kaiapoi Domain and Pearson Park, Oxford teddy says Join me for a morning of fun and learn how to stay safe. Face Painting Pwith the Faeries $5.00 See you Thursday 16 July 2020, 10.30am - 1pm At he Woodend Community Centre School Road. Woodend. We are here to help. You can contact us in a number of ways: Rangiora Service Centre officewmkgovt.nz, 0800 965 468 Or search for us on facebook @WaimakarinDistrictCouncil Contact Download your entry form here: lidsfest.co.nz/event/the-great-fairy-bunt For face painting times and dates check: facebook.com/beyondthefaerietree Nicola Trolove, Safe Community Facilitator 021 672 106 - nioolaroloveamk.govt.ne labs Sutherland, Community Support Coordinator 021 S06 718- babe.sutherlandolunket org nz Try our online options waimakariri.govt.nz/ services/online-services Rt plunket wh Snap Send Solve App. WAIMAKARIRI bisTRICT COUNCIL waimakariri.govt.nz COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD - 1 JULY 2020 Waimakariri District Council Supporting Local This week the Council appointed a wide range of local tradespeople to its Trades Panel. This included builders, plumbers, electricians, painters and fencers to name a few. The panel is a new initiative by the Council to streamline its procurement process, saving time and money for both the council and suppliers, while also supporting local businesses and contractors. And we haven't forgotten about your teenagers with the Silent Rave on Saturday 18 July for school years 9-13. A unique way of experiencing live music - everyone receives a set of wireless headphones linked up to the sound system, and gets to experience a range of local Djs while enjoying a chilled out atmosphere. Keep an eye on the WaiYouth Facebook page and Instagram for more updates. Winter Driving Winter is well and trly here. Pop into your local Service Centre and pick up a free ice scraper and cloth to help keep those vehicle windscreens clear. Remember to reduce speed on wet and icy roads and turn headights on in fog - the low light helps other drivers see you The work will primarily focus on the planning and delivery of the projects outlined in the Council's most recent Long Term Plan. Council will also be looking to put in place panels Community Engagement There is still time to let us know what you think about Community Features at Dudiey Park and the Council's Draft COVID-19 Recovery Plan. We've been pleased with the response so far and you can find out more at waimakaririgovt.re/letstalk to cover minor capital works for civil works and construction and professional services in an effort to continually streamline processes and provide savings for both the council and its suppliers. Recycling Update New recycling bin stickers are available from any Council Service Centre. These have been updated to show that we can now only take rigid plastik types 1, 2 and 5 as well as the usual clean flat Winter Holidays Just a reminder of some local events and activities to keep the kids occupied during the school holidays. Kidsfest offers so many different options in the District from the Pirate Mystery Tour to Young Writers Workshop. You can find out more about what's on at kidsfest.co.nz cardboard and mixed paper, glass bottles and jars. tins, cans, and aerosols Change of Meeting Venue The Oxford-Ohoka Community Board meeting scheduled for Wednesday 8 July 2020 has had a change of venue to that previously advertised. The meeting will be held in the A & P Room at the Oxford Town Hall, 30 Main Street, Oxford, at 7pm. The public are welcome to attend this meeting When recycling please make sure items are clean and all lids go in the rubbish. The Great Fairy Hunt teddy stays sáfe 2020 Sarah Nichols Govemance Manager Saturday 4 Sundiy 19 July At the Kaiapoi Domain and Pearson Park, Oxford teddy says Join me for a morning of fun and learn how to stay safe. Face Painting Pwith the Faeries $5.00 See you Thursday 16 July 2020, 10.30am - 1pm At he Woodend Community Centre School Road. Woodend. We are here to help. You can contact us in a number of ways: Rangiora Service Centre officewmkgovt.nz, 0800 965 468 Or search for us on facebook @WaimakarinDistrictCouncil Contact Download your entry form here: lidsfest.co.nz/event/the-great-fairy-bunt For face painting times and dates check: facebook.com/beyondthefaerietree Nicola Trolove, Safe Community Facilitator 021 672 106 - nioolaroloveamk.govt.ne labs Sutherland, Community Support Coordinator 021 S06 718- babe.sutherlandolunket org nz Try our online options waimakariri.govt.nz/ services/online-services Rt plunket wh Snap Send Solve App. WAIMAKARIRI bisTRICT COUNCIL waimakariri.govt.nz