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LATEST NEWS

CDC listening to Carterton Residents Survey feedback

CDC listening to Carterton Residents Survey feedback

Residents have had their say on Carterton District Council services and facilities. And CDC is listening and acting on the feedback. The results of the 2022 Residents Survey are now available online at [insert link when uploaded]. Almost 500 members of our community let us know what’s working well for them, and where we can make improvements.

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Help us reduce inflows

Help us reduce inflows

15 June 2022 We need your help to reduce inflows to our wastewater plantThe heavy rains over the past week have caused a high water table which infiltrates the older parts of the reticulation system. The system is full and we are trying to reduce the inflows as...

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Water supply restored after outage

Water supply restored after outage

Water supplies have been restored to homes in the High Street South area of Carterton, between Brooklyn Road and Rexwood Street. If your water was out and has been restored, please run taps in laundries, sinks, and bathtubs before use to release air in the line.

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Mānawatia a Matariki!

Celebrations across the country have started to mark Matariki.

This year is the first time we will celebrate Matariki as an official public holiday.

Matariki signals the start of the new year for many people and is a time to spend with whānau and friends.

We hope everyone enjoys a happy and safe Matariki.
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Couldn't find it this morning.

There’s loads going on at the final meeting of the 2021/2022 Council year!

Join us at Carterton Events Centre on Wednesday [29 June]. A packed agenda includes:

• The results of the annual residents' survey
• The adoption of the draft Annual Plan and rates resolution
• Details of the planned expansion of land-based discharge.
• Response to the WWTP and clock tower review.
• Progress update on the animal shelter project.
• Three Waters Reform update
• Greenhouse Gas Inventory

The full agenda is available at carterton.infocouncil.biz/Open/2022/06/CO_20220629_AGN_2180_AT_WEB.htm

There’s more about the residents’ survey on our website: cdc.govt.nz/cdc-listening-to-carterton-residents-survey-feedback/

There is, of course, an opportunity for you to speak. Contact our Democratic Services team [call 06 379 4030 or email demservices@cdc.govt.nz] if you would like to talk to Council.

The meeting begins at 1pm on Wednesday. If you can’t make it, follow the livestream.

Remember: You can also keep up to date with Council news through our monthly emails. Sign up now at cdc.govt.nz/newsletter!
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