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The Alexandra Men's Shed Development Plans have taken another turn following the recent Vincent Community Board meeting.
The finalists, Community Service Award recipients and winner of the Young Professional Award have been announced in this year's Central Otago Awards.
Central Otago District Council will carry out routine non-toxic smoke testing of wastewater pipes in neighbourhood streets around Alexandra and Cromwell in August.
The 78-lot residential subdivision owned by CODC Council at Gair Avenue, Cromwell, is all but complete with only final touches remaining.
CODC's Cromwell Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project has won the Environment & Sustainability Award at the IPWEA NZ Excellence Awards.
Central Otago District Council is renewing calls for households to join them in taking responsibility for the growing volume of household waste in Central Otago.
Tourism Central Otago is excited to announce that the 2019 Eat.Taste.Central will run from 20 September to 28 October.
The Tourism Central Otago Advisory Board had a full day and a half of workshops, meetings and familiarisation visits in Cromwell this week.
The Cromwell Community Board has adopted Stage 1 of the Cromwell 'Eye to the Future' Masterplan - the Spatial Framework.
Construction is underway to build two major pipelines from Clyde to Alexandra...
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.