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Update on clock tower – May 2020

Update on clock tower – May 2020

We know you’ve been wondering what’s happening with our clock tower upgrade. We are happy to report that we have secured new contractors and they have recommenced remediation work. Once all the work including reinstalling the clock mechanisms has been completed, we’ll...

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Passing of former Carterton Mayor Barry Keys

Passing of former Carterton Mayor Barry Keys

Thursday 2nd April 2020 Media Statement – Passing of former Carterton Mayor Barry Keys Carterton District Council acknowledges the passing of former Carterton Mayor, and local barrister, Barry Keys. Barry was Mayor from 1984 to 1995.  He oversaw the amalgamation of...

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Clock tower update March 2020

Clock tower update March 2020

We know many of you will be wanting to know the outcome of the clock tower decision at Wednesday's Ordinary Council meeting. A report was made to council for additional funding to complete the remediation work on the clock tower. The estimated cost to complete the...

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Update on the clock tower

Update on the clock tower

Remediation of the clock tower has not been going as quickly as our council would have wanted. The current contractors have realised that they are over committed and we are now in search of a new contractor to take on the next stage of the work. We will have someone...

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Carterton Sustainable Wastewater Open Day

Carterton Sustainable Wastewater Open Day

We're having an Open Day! Come along any time between 11am - 2pm Sunday 1 December to see the progress being made at our Carterton Sustainable Wastewater Project Situated at Gallon Road, Carterton (Right of State Highway 2 opposite Waihakeke Road turnoff). No bookings...

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Temporary Closure of Norman Avenue

Temporary Closure of Norman Avenue

Carterton District Council is temporarily closing the intersection of Norman Avenue and State Highway 2 due to on-going safety concerns. The temporary closure comes into effect on 7 October following a decision by councillors in September. The Carterton elected...

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The Clock Tower colour vote has arrived!

The Clock Tower colour vote has arrived!

The time to choose Carterton’s clock tower paint colour has finally arrived and will be given over to our residents to decide. The once heralded “Carterton’s Big Ben” has been under repair this year after a seismic assessment in 2015 identified the structure as being...

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Carterton considers clocktower colour consultation

Carterton considers clocktower colour consultation

Carterton District Council’s Policy and Strategy Committee will next week decide on whether Carterton residents can choose a new paint colour for the town’s iconic clocktower. The once heralded “Carterton’s Big Ben” has been under construction lately after a seismic...

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Delayed Mudfish relocation set to get underway

Delayed Mudfish relocation set to get underway

Media Statement: Tuesday 11th December 2018 Delayed Mudfish relocation set to get underway  For the past few months Carterton District Council has been planning to re home native mudfish found on Daleton Farm, ahead of construction of 200,000m3 storage ponds. However,...

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Wastewater upgrade and mudfish re homing update

Wastewater upgrade and mudfish re homing update

Carterton District Council and Greater Wellington have been working together to ensure both that at risk native mudfish are looked after while infrastructure improvements within the site can go ahead. Our intention remains to work together so that we can begin...

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Clock Tower upgrade

Clock Tower upgrade

The iconic Carterton Clock Tower will soon undergo required earthquake strengthening works. The work, scheduled to take place in the next few months, will mean some disruption to the site and in particular the silencing of the clock tower bell. Carterton District...

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Carterton wastewater consents secured for 35 years

Carterton wastewater consents secured for 35 years

Media Statement – Carterton Wastewater consents secured for 35 years Carterton District Council’s (CDC) long term vision to improve fresh water quality by removing treated urban wastewater effluent from streams is now a step closer due to the approval of 35 year...

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