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The newly created Otago Rural Fire Authority will be officially launched at a regional function in Clyde this Friday, ahead of its 1 July start date.
A new trail in Central Otago has taken a significant step towards reality with the completion of the Cromwell Gorge Trail feasibility study.
Council has extended its existing Roading Physical Works Contract with Fulton Hogan by up to two years.
CODC has awarded an 8-year Refuse Collection Contract to AllWaste, who will deliver the new fortnightly refuse collection service being introduced from July.
The annual CODC Residents’ Satisfaction and Opinion Survey will be arriving in the mailboxes of 3000 randomly selected residents this week.
Nominations open on Monday 9 June for the Vincent Community Board by-election.
On 1 June Council is commencing electricity supply contracts with Pioneer Generation for its more than 120 electricity connections.
The community is being encouraged to give feedback on the Draft Central Otago Tourism Strategy 2014.
Those with an interest in land intensification and its possible environmental effects in Central are invited to a public meeting in Alexandra on 3 June.
Inspiring Kiwi businesswoman Suzie Johnson is the keynote speaker for a retail seminar CODC is hosting in Alexandra on 29 May.
Over the coming weeks and months the Central Otago district’s public trees are scheduled for some attention.
The Bannockburn community hall has been reassessed for earthquake risk and has been given the green light to reopen, subject to some remedial work.
This winter we will post early morning updates of road conditions on this site, our Facebook page and on the Road Safety Twitter feed.
The Oturehua Community is being asked to provide feedback on the draft for the first community plan for Oturehua.
Business owners are being reminded to respect parking restrictions and encourage their staff to look for longer-term parking elsewhere.