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What's happening in your community... Night Detours on SH1 Southbound The Christchurch Northern Comidor Team are Installing large overheard support structures for new road signage during the night on SHt near the Waimakariri Bridge. Repairs to Skew Bridge complete Thanks to everyone for your patience as we repaired Skew Bridge. We're pleased to say repairs are now complete and the bridge is open again to two-lane traffie. This involves lane and full road closures between 10pm and Sam through to Tuesday 6 October. affecting Tram Road traffic. Find the full night work schedule and project update at nata govt.nz/ projects/christchurch-motorways Place used masks and gloves in the rubbish. Thieves Target Gardens Council were disappointed to leam of the theft of plants from the garden beds constructed on Oxford Road. This is the second time that these beds have been targeted and plants stolen Checking in on your bin. Single-use masks and gloves unfortunately can't be recycled. Cut the mask ties and make sure they go in a rubbish bin instead. Grant MacLeod, Greenspace Manager says, "The idea behind installing these beds is to beautify the entrance to Rangiora and to have plants stolen is incredibly frustrating and costly to ratepayers." rothink recycling We're doing recycling bin checks across the Distríct to make sure they have the right items going into them. The new garden beds are between Westpark Boulevard and Charles Upham Drive and were designed to enhance the area around the new footpath and kerb and channel on Oxford Road. While we know that local residents may be disappointed, we don't think that this wil be planted out again due to increased costs Check your letterbox for an information pack rethink rubbish right way. The Council note that from time to time we do get thefts like this and would encourage the public to report any suspicious behaviour. rehikrsbbih.co rethinkrubbisk.co. Rangiora Service Centre Repairs Underway Roadside Spraying Repair work at the Rangiora Service Centre building has started and this will see a number of staff move Public Notice to temporary locations around the town centre while work is completed Earlier this year, the Council received information which suggested parts of the upper floor area of the bulding was susceptible to earthquake damage due to the type of flooring used during the 1990s building extension ERIFREE SEP FESTIVAL Chemical contol of vegetation 5-SPM tetge 10 Year from The aen While repairs are underway the public still have full access to Customer Services. Residents of the Waimakariri District are advised that our vegetation control contractor (Sicon Ltd) is to commence JOIN US FOR FUN, FOOD 6 FIREWORKS The project will be completed in four stages and the first was completed at the weekend. Contractors FOOD 6 MARKET STALLS roadside spraying in all areas in September 2020. The chemical used is a glyphosate base (Roundup). This operation will continue intermittently when required and weather permitting, through to April 2021. ROVING ENTERTAINERS Installed a beam in the Council Chambers to OUTDOOR SCREEN SLIDE SHOW strengthen this space so that staff can use this as temporary offices. Other staff will be housed in leased areas and will rotate through these spaces for the length of the project, which is due to be completed by May. REFLECTING ON 10YRS + LIVE BAND THE ALLIN DRIVE BAND If any resident has any legitimate with this operation, they should contact the Waimakariri District Council customer The scope of this project has been significantly reduced with only the necessary repairs and upgrades being completed. The budget reflects this with the project costs now at around $2.5m down from $4.3m as previously estimated. ALL TOGETHER KAIAPOI ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK services team THOSE THAT HAVE SUPPORTED THIS EVENT ve CaCon e oy a Sen S C Cot aAm T Wa Con Re C ws tu Me K T tty a la e Cany a a taa Two properties have been leased for up to 12 months and one more permanently to allow for planned growth. Carl Grabowski Roading Operations Team Leader FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT O Agreta WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL What's happening in your community... Night Detours on SH1 Southbound The Christchurch Northern Comidor Team are Installing large overheard support structures for new road signage during the night on SHt near the Waimakariri Bridge. Repairs to Skew Bridge complete Thanks to everyone for your patience as we repaired Skew Bridge. We're pleased to say repairs are now complete and the bridge is open again to two-lane traffie. This involves lane and full road closures between 10pm and Sam through to Tuesday 6 October. affecting Tram Road traffic. Find the full night work schedule and project update at nata govt.nz/ projects/christchurch-motorways Place used masks and gloves in the rubbish. Thieves Target Gardens Council were disappointed to leam of the theft of plants from the garden beds constructed on Oxford Road. This is the second time that these beds have been targeted and plants stolen Checking in on your bin. Single-use masks and gloves unfortunately can't be recycled. Cut the mask ties and make sure they go in a rubbish bin instead. Grant MacLeod, Greenspace Manager says, "The idea behind installing these beds is to beautify the entrance to Rangiora and to have plants stolen is incredibly frustrating and costly to ratepayers." rothink recycling We're doing recycling bin checks across the Distríct to make sure they have the right items going into them. The new garden beds are between Westpark Boulevard and Charles Upham Drive and were designed to enhance the area around the new footpath and kerb and channel on Oxford Road. While we know that local residents may be disappointed, we don't think that this wil be planted out again due to increased costs Check your letterbox for an information pack rethink rubbish right way. The Council note that from time to time we do get thefts like this and would encourage the public to report any suspicious behaviour. rehikrsbbih.co rethinkrubbisk.co. Rangiora Service Centre Repairs Underway Roadside Spraying Repair work at the Rangiora Service Centre building has started and this will see a number of staff move Public Notice to temporary locations around the town centre while work is completed Earlier this year, the Council received information which suggested parts of the upper floor area of the bulding was susceptible to earthquake damage due to the type of flooring used during the 1990s building extension ERIFREE SEP FESTIVAL Chemical contol of vegetation 5-SPM tetge 10 Year from The aen While repairs are underway the public still have full access to Customer Services. Residents of the Waimakariri District are advised that our vegetation control contractor (Sicon Ltd) is to commence JOIN US FOR FUN, FOOD 6 FIREWORKS The project will be completed in four stages and the first was completed at the weekend. Contractors FOOD 6 MARKET STALLS roadside spraying in all areas in September 2020. The chemical used is a glyphosate base (Roundup). This operation will continue intermittently when required and weather permitting, through to April 2021. ROVING ENTERTAINERS Installed a beam in the Council Chambers to OUTDOOR SCREEN SLIDE SHOW strengthen this space so that staff can use this as temporary offices. Other staff will be housed in leased areas and will rotate through these spaces for the length of the project, which is due to be completed by May. REFLECTING ON 10YRS + LIVE BAND THE ALLIN DRIVE BAND If any resident has any legitimate with this operation, they should contact the Waimakariri District Council customer The scope of this project has been significantly reduced with only the necessary repairs and upgrades being completed. The budget reflects this with the project costs now at around $2.5m down from $4.3m as previously estimated. ALL TOGETHER KAIAPOI ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK services team THOSE THAT HAVE SUPPORTED THIS EVENT ve CaCon e oy a Sen S C Cot aAm T Wa Con Re C ws tu Me K T tty a la e Cany a a taa Two properties have been leased for up to 12 months and one more permanently to allow for planned growth. Carl Grabowski Roading Operations Team Leader FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT O Agreta WAIMAKARIRI waimakariri.govt.nz DISTRICT COUNCIL