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The Patearoa and Upper Taieri communities are being asked to provide feedback on a new community plan.
Central Otago District Council is inviting community feedback on its proposed Alcohol Restrictions in Public Places Bylaw 2019.
CODC l is focusing on a programme of community engagement on its Annual Plan rather than the more traditional formal consultation process.
Two significant infrastructure projects that will bring long-term benefits to Clyde and Alexandra are set to start in the next few weeks.
Tourism Central Otago's Trade and Media managers are this week in Rotorua showcasing Central Otago at TRENZ, NZ's largest international travel trade event.
Central Otago District Council has appointed Leanne Macdonald as its new Executive Manager Corporate Services.
The Three Waters Infrastructure Committee will consider giving the green light to start construction on the Clyde Wastewater project later this month.
A report released today recommends that Council proceed with the planned Clyde to Alexandra pipeline, but has flagged a construction delay for the filtration system.
Central Otago District Council has adopted a five-year Economic Development Strategy.
CCB has agreed for staff to prepare comprehensive financial analyses on options within the Cromwell Masterplan prior to the document's public release.
The recently formed Tourism Central Otago advisory board met in Roxburgh last week.
Central Otago District Council is urging locals to work together and remind their neighbours to recycle correctly to avoid glass being sent to landfill.
The Cromwell community will get its next opportunity to engage on the funding of the Cromwell Masterplan towards the middle of the year.
The section 42A report in relation to private plan change request Plan Change 13 has been completed by Council’s independent consultant.
The Central Otago Awards are presented biennially to businesses and individuals that are achieving great things and exemplify the spirit of the region.