Posts Tagged ‘ Waikato District Council ’

Jump quick for pooch payment discount

May 26th, 2014 | By

Waikato district dog owners have the option to register their dog by 20 July 2014 to receive a prompt payment discount. For the third year, Waikato District Council is offering a savings of up to $22 for those who register their dog promptly. All dog owners will receive their renewal notices in early June reminding

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Water flows again…

Apr 28th, 2014 | By

Water Alert Levels will be lifted following the recent rain and a sustained lower level in water use across the Waikato. Hamilton city and Waikato district councils have been at water Alert Level 2, which restricts the use of sprinklers on alternate days between 6am and 8am and 6pm and 8pm. The region’s water use

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Feedback sought on new water bylaw

Apr 15th, 2014 | By

Wanted – your feedback on a new Waikato District Council Water Supply Bylaw which will combine the former Franklin County and existing Waikato district water supply bylaws. The new water bylaw applies to the protection and operation of the public water supply system in the Waikato district. Submissions can be made online (click here for

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No plans for Gordonton subdivison – council

Apr 11th, 2014 | By

There are no immediate plans for subdivisions in Gordonton Village, residents attending a public meeting hosted by Waikato District Council were told last Thursday evening. Deputy mayor Dynes Fulton was responding to a question near the end of the hour-long session, which is the third of 12 meetings around the district. Gordonton would grow, he

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Satisfaction – the survey

Apr 3rd, 2014 | By

Waikato District Council wants to know how well its doing – and is launching a satisfaction survey this week. The annual resident satisfaction survey is a way to track how well Council’s efforts are carrying through to residents, says chief executive Gavin Ion. People in all 10 wards will be phoned randomly and asked their

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Legal highs not favoured in submissions

Mar 10th, 2014 | By

More than half the submissions to Waikato District Council’s proposed legal highs policy were opposed to the sale of synthetic drugs in the district. Submissions on the policy numbered 483, most from towns to which it was proposed the sale of legal highs be restricted. The majority of submissions were received from Te Kauwhata with

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