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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.
The Waipa District Council yesterday voted to formally adopt the 2013/14 Annual Plan.
A proposed amendment to Waipa District Council’s speed bylaw is set to boost safety outside another two Waipa schools.
Waipa District Council is calling for help from the Cambridge Community to halt a rise in the amount of tagging around the town over the past few months.
All water meters in the Waipa district will be read during June, to ensure high volume water users affected by a stepped charge are billed correctly for the year starting 1 July.
Waipa residents are being invited to have their say on the proposed Water Supply Bylaw for the district.
Waipa District Council has made some changes to the way kerbside recycling is collected in order to provide a more efficient, consistent service.
Securing 24 hours of water storage for Te Awamutu has moved a step closer following approval being given to buy a piece of land for another reservoir to be built on.
Waipa District Council will soon begin consulting with the community about the development of a proposed rural residential ‘growth cell’ to the west of Kihikihi.
Waipa District Council is calling for the first applications to its Heritage Fund.
The ‘Wheel of Risk’ is once again being seen around intersections in the Waipa district.
Waipa Mayor Alan Livingston today announced he will not be seeking re-election at the October Local Body Elections.
Te Awamutu’s Alexandra Street upgrade is close to completion despite some unforeseen delays.
Entries are now open for the 2013 Waipa Heritage Awards.
A total rates revenue increase of 2.8 percent is now being proposed by Waipa District Council following deliberations on submissions to the 2013/14 Draft Annual Plan.
A restricted fire season that has been in force across the district since December 1 has now been lifted.