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What's happening in your ommunity.. Mandeville Footbridge Repairs Kaiapoi's Mandevile Foot Bridge will remain closed for a while longer so further repairs can be made following the discovery of timber rot in a second structural tower. PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE Community Service Awards 2020 Since January. contractors have been busy repairing the bridge, after rot was found in one of the structural tower posts during a routine check in December 2019. That tower has been replaced. Nominations are Open However while using a water blaster, a second bridge pile on the northem embankment was found to be in poor condition PLEASE FLUSH YOUR TAPS These awards are to recognise our community volunteers that go above and beyond. Some plumbing fittings may allow tiny traces of metals to build up in water that has been standing in the fittings for several hours. A thick steel sleeve has been designed to cover the damaged portion of the bridge pile, which will be installed. Full criteria, details and nomination Rot has alse been found in three sections of deck forms are available now. beams, as well as in a second tower directly above the damaged bridge pile, also at the northem embankment. Hardwood timber has been sourced. and this repair will follow on once the steel sleeve has been fitted to the bridge pile. Although the health risk is small, the Ministry of Health recommends you flush a couple of cups of water from your drinking-water tap each morning before drinking, or after long absences from your property You can pick up a nomination form from one of Council's Service Centres or libraries at Rangiora, Kalapoi and Oxford and it is also on our website waimakariri.govtnz We aim to complete the structural and maintenance Criteria works as soon as possible to allow for the bridge to re-open in early September. This simple precaution is recommended for all public and private water supplies for all households in New Zealand It will need to close again in summer for re-painting work. We'l provide an update when timing has been confirmed. Anyone who has caried out significant voluntary services in the Waimakariri District to: the arts, culture, education, health, recreation, sport, welfare or youth For more information contact the Waimakariri District Council on 0800 965 468 ((0800 WMK GOV) Must be nominated by two people of the Waimakariri District. 10 Years Since Kaiapoi Earthquake It's been 10 years this weekend since we were shaken awake with a major earthquake that significantly changed Kaiapoi, The Pines Beach and Kairaki as well as the wider District. Much has happened in those 10 years. This year's Community Service Awards ceremony will be held in November. FR FREE We've been working on behalf of the comnunity 25 Nominations close 5pm, to deliver on the outcomes in the Waimakariri Residential Red Zone Recovery Plan. This includes building new facilities like parks and reserves, waking and cycling tracks, a BMX track, dog park restoring a lowland forest as well as allocating mixed use business areas and the infrastructure that services them all. There is still much to do with projects like softball courts, Mahinga kai areas to be developed and the shovel ready project to reduce the impact of flooding on urban and rural areas of Kaiapoi, to name a few SEP FESTIVAL Friday 18 September 2020 S-APM Acwe ars f etarthe Road Closure JOIN US FOR FUN, FOOD S FIREWORKS FOOD 6 MARKET STALLS + ROVING ENTERTAINERS Event: OUTDOOR SCREN SLIDE SHOW Kalapoi 10 Year Earthquake Celebrations Organisers All Together Kalapoi (Linda Dunbar) Date: Friday 25 September 2020 Time: 3pm - 9pm Roads involved: Raven Quay, Kalapol from Williams Street to Black Street (apprax) REFLECTING ON 10YRS + The event planned to commemorate this anniversary has been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, we are sure many people will take a moment to reflect on our joumey over the last 10 years. LIVE BAND THE ALLIN DRIVE BAND Reminder About Christchurch ALL TOGETHER KAIAPOI ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK Northern Corridor THOSE THAT HAVE SUPPORTED THIS EVENT Delays are expected as road resurfacing on the Waimakariri Bridge's southbound lanes will started this week, requiring the closure of the Tram Road on-ramp during the morning peak hours on working days. Please take care and build in extra time to your joumey in amkai e Con N Han M a S n S re Con nt Wa Cam C W Mag i tityla S ude kng anyng Per Ca Traffic Management Company Wilsons Traffic Management Detours: nil FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT O p WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL What's happening in your ommunity.. Mandeville Footbridge Repairs Kaiapoi's Mandevile Foot Bridge will remain closed for a while longer so further repairs can be made following the discovery of timber rot in a second structural tower. PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE Community Service Awards 2020 Since January. contractors have been busy repairing the bridge, after rot was found in one of the structural tower posts during a routine check in December 2019. That tower has been replaced. Nominations are Open However while using a water blaster, a second bridge pile on the northem embankment was found to be in poor condition PLEASE FLUSH YOUR TAPS These awards are to recognise our community volunteers that go above and beyond. Some plumbing fittings may allow tiny traces of metals to build up in water that has been standing in the fittings for several hours. A thick steel sleeve has been designed to cover the damaged portion of the bridge pile, which will be installed. Full criteria, details and nomination Rot has alse been found in three sections of deck forms are available now. beams, as well as in a second tower directly above the damaged bridge pile, also at the northem embankment. Hardwood timber has been sourced. and this repair will follow on once the steel sleeve has been fitted to the bridge pile. Although the health risk is small, the Ministry of Health recommends you flush a couple of cups of water from your drinking-water tap each morning before drinking, or after long absences from your property You can pick up a nomination form from one of Council's Service Centres or libraries at Rangiora, Kalapoi and Oxford and it is also on our website waimakariri.govtnz We aim to complete the structural and maintenance Criteria works as soon as possible to allow for the bridge to re-open in early September. This simple precaution is recommended for all public and private water supplies for all households in New Zealand It will need to close again in summer for re-painting work. We'l provide an update when timing has been confirmed. Anyone who has caried out significant voluntary services in the Waimakariri District to: the arts, culture, education, health, recreation, sport, welfare or youth For more information contact the Waimakariri District Council on 0800 965 468 ((0800 WMK GOV) Must be nominated by two people of the Waimakariri District. 10 Years Since Kaiapoi Earthquake It's been 10 years this weekend since we were shaken awake with a major earthquake that significantly changed Kaiapoi, The Pines Beach and Kairaki as well as the wider District. Much has happened in those 10 years. This year's Community Service Awards ceremony will be held in November. FR FREE We've been working on behalf of the comnunity 25 Nominations close 5pm, to deliver on the outcomes in the Waimakariri Residential Red Zone Recovery Plan. This includes building new facilities like parks and reserves, waking and cycling tracks, a BMX track, dog park restoring a lowland forest as well as allocating mixed use business areas and the infrastructure that services them all. There is still much to do with projects like softball courts, Mahinga kai areas to be developed and the shovel ready project to reduce the impact of flooding on urban and rural areas of Kaiapoi, to name a few SEP FESTIVAL Friday 18 September 2020 S-APM Acwe ars f etarthe Road Closure JOIN US FOR FUN, FOOD S FIREWORKS FOOD 6 MARKET STALLS + ROVING ENTERTAINERS Event: OUTDOOR SCREN SLIDE SHOW Kalapoi 10 Year Earthquake Celebrations Organisers All Together Kalapoi (Linda Dunbar) Date: Friday 25 September 2020 Time: 3pm - 9pm Roads involved: Raven Quay, Kalapol from Williams Street to Black Street (apprax) REFLECTING ON 10YRS + The event planned to commemorate this anniversary has been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, we are sure many people will take a moment to reflect on our joumey over the last 10 years. LIVE BAND THE ALLIN DRIVE BAND Reminder About Christchurch ALL TOGETHER KAIAPOI ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK Northern Corridor THOSE THAT HAVE SUPPORTED THIS EVENT Delays are expected as road resurfacing on the Waimakariri Bridge's southbound lanes will started this week, requiring the closure of the Tram Road on-ramp during the morning peak hours on working days. Please take care and build in extra time to your joumey in amkai e Con N Han M a S n S re Con nt Wa Cam C W Mag i tityla S ude kng anyng Per Ca Traffic Management Company Wilsons Traffic Management Detours: nil FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT O p WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL