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CODC CEO Phil Melhopt has announced his resignation. He will take up the position of CEO of PrimePort in Timaru later this year.
Work has begun on the next stages of the Cromwell Town Centre redevelopment with the focus on the northern and eastern sides of the Mall.
Over coming weeks the CODC contractor Fulton Hogan will be carrying out routine maintenance checks on our district's fire hydrants.
Council contractors will be carrying out overnight work at the Dunorling Street pump station in the coming week.
The result has been announced this afternoon for the Vincent Community Board by-election. Brian Fitzgerald was succesful and will be sworn in on 15 September.
Work will begin this week to improve the roof insulation at the Molyneux Aquatic Centre.
The Molyneux Aquatic Centre will close for the day this Friday 22 August in order for maintenance work to be carried out on the main pool's liner.
Keep New Zealand Beautiful Clean-Up Week is just around the corner and Central Otago is getting in on the action to keep our patch beautiful.
Even if the doors to your local library are closed, you can still have round the clock access to a growing range of titles through our online digital media services.
Fraser Domain in Earnscleugh will close for camping from 1 September.
After months of consultation the Oturehua Community Plan Working Group has finalised its first Community Plan.
Alexandra Rotary Club is inviting families in the area who had a baby born in the past year to participate in its annual Trees for Babies event.
Early winter thaw of gravel roads is causing a few issues for residents in Central Otago.
A report will be considered by the Vincent Community Board at its 4 August meeting on future options for camping and management of Fraser Domain.
Central Otago business people with an interest in the Chinese market are invited along to an export forum early next month in Alexandra.