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Last chance to have your say on council's annual plan
25 Mar 2010
There is still time for people to have a say on council’s plan for the next financial year. Consultation on the plan ends at 4pm on Friday 26 March.  A draft plan for 2010/2011 was approved by council in February for consultation. Since then Mayor Meng Foon, councillors and staff have attended over 30 meetings with community and business groups and in the city and townships of our district.  The last meeting will be at the HB Williams Memorial Library in Peel Street at 6pm Thursday night. Read more >>
Harold Williams' outfall pipe part of new plant
15 Mar 2010
The architect of Gisborne’s innovative 1960s wastewater system gained a hint of the future this week during a visit to the city’s new wastewater treatment plant site. Read more >>
Drivers risk collision with logging trucks
11 Mar 2010
The Road Safety Action Group is concerned by reports of drivers pulling out in front of logging trucks at Wainui’s Oneroa Road and State Highway 35 intersection. Failure to give way to logging trucks at this intersection is putting drivers and their passengers at risk of having a serious accident, says road safety coordinator Lenora McDonald. Read more >>
Draft liquor policy out for review
4 Mar 2010
Creating a safe drinking environment for Gisborne district residents and visitors is what council’s draft Sale of Liquor Policy is all about. Adopted in 2002, it is now up for review. The draft policy highlights a number of changes including the hours licensed premises can open, aligning club trading hours to the activities of the club and ensuring at least 3 choices of food are available when liquor is served. Read more >>
Have your say on our plan for next year
1 Mar 2010
Tell us your views on council's plans for 2010-2011.  To ensure residents and ratepayers have a chance to give feedback, a brochure about what is in the plan will be in resident’s letterboxes this week (1-5 March). Ratepayers who live outside of the district will be mailed a copy or can access it from our website.  Read more >>

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