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Waipa's unique cultural, historic and environmental heritage is important to us.
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We have a 24-hour, district-wide service for all dog and stock control calls.
All building work requires approval by Council through a building consent.
Council will re-enter discussions with Hamilton City Council about forming a non asset-owning company for water.
Council will sell its Palmer Street pensioner housing complex to charitable organisation, Habitat for Humanity.
Council and advocacy group CCS Disability Action are continuing to jointly audit the district to help improve access for people with disabilities.
Council will decide next week on whether forming a non-asset owning company to manage water is its preferred option.
An application from Kihikihi Rugby Sports Club for a club licence to sell and supply alcohol has been declined.
Waipa District Council has put a team in place to work through complex issues about water meters and some cross-lease properties in the district.
Massive growth projected for the Waipa district has prompted a formal review of the district’s growth strategy.
Cambridge will need more than 7,000 more houses by 2050 to cope with projected population growth.
Te Awamutu and Kihikihi will need nearly 3,500 more houses by 2050 to cope with projected population growth.
Waipa residents will formally be asked to have their say on revised plans for the Cambridge pool.
Residents are being asked to play their part again during the autumn leaf fall.
Community feedback has prompted a rethink on the redevelopment of Cambridge’s swimming complex.
An enhanced bus service will support the smooth running of World Masters Games events being held in Waipa.
Waipa is proud to host two key sports, rowing and track cycling, as New Zealand becomes the destination for 25,000 people from 100 countries.
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