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Public Forum at Council and Community Board Meetings. You may speak on matters of concern
during the first 15 minutes of each meeting but please let us know well in advance. For council meetings,
please notify Bernadette Ryan and for community boards, please notify Marilyn Ponsford.
Township, Hall and Reserve Committees, please note. If you wish to advertise your meeting
here, or make any changes to meeting details, please let Bernadette Ryan know by 9am on Thursday
of the week prior to publication by emailing email@example.com, or by phoning
347 2800 or 03 318 8338.
Due to construction of the new Lincoln library,
access to Lincoln and Districts Community Care
is now via the new car park on Lyttelton Street.
Phone 325 2007 for any enquiries.
COUNCIL & COMMUNITY BOARDS
Selwyn Rural Water Supply Sub-committee
• Thursday, 2 May, 8.30am, Darfield Library/
Malvern Hills Rural Water Supply Sub-
• Thursday, 2 May, 10.30am, Darfield Library/
Selwyn Waihora Zone Meeting
• Tuesday, 7 May, 1pm, Executive Meeting Room
• Wednesday, 8 May, 1pm, Council Chambers,
The meeting is followed by a Citizenship
Ceremony at 6.30pm which is open to the
Selwyn District Water Race Sub-committee
• Monday, 13 May, 1.30pm, Executive Meeting
Selwyn Central Community Board
• Wednesday, 15 May, 4pm, Executive Meeting
Annual Plan submission hearings
• Friday, 17 May & Monday, 20 May, 10am, Council
These are public meetings and the first 15 minutes
are available for the public to speak.
Coes &Chamberlains Ford Reserve
• Thursday, 9 May, 7.30pm, Sudeley Park
Darfield Recreation & Community Centre
• Monday, 6 May, 7.30pm, Darfield Recreation
Darfield Township Committee
• Thursday, 16 May, 7.45pm, Darfield Library/
Doyleston Community Committee
• Tuesday, 8 May, 7.30pm, Osborne Park Hall
Dunsandel Domain Board
• Wednesday, 15 May, 7pm, Dunsandel Sports
Glentunnel Residents Association
• Monday, 6 May, 7.30pm, Glentunnel Community
Kirwee Recreation Reserve Management
• Monday, 13 May, 7.30pm, Kirwee Sports Pavilion
Ladbrooks Community Hall Committee
• Friday, 3 May, 7.45pm, Ladbrooks Hall
Lake Coleridge Community Committee
• Friday, 17 May, 7pm, Lake Coleridge Hall
Leeston Community Committee
• Monday, 6 May, 7.30pm, Leeston Library/Service
Lincoln Community Committee
• Monday, 13 May, 7.30pm, Lincoln Community
Lincoln Event Centre Governance Committee
• Wednesday, 8 May, 7.30pm, Lincoln Event Centre
Prebbleton Community Association
• Tuesday, 14 May, 7.30pm, Prebbleton Hall
Prebbleton Public Hall Society Inc.
• Monday, 13 May, 7.30pm, Prebbleton Public Hall
Springston Reserve Committee
• Wednesday, 15 May, 8pm, Springston Reserve
Errol Tweedy Pavilion
Tawera Memorial Hall Springfield
• Thursday, 2 May, 7.30pm, Tawera Memorial Hall
Term Two Classes -- Lincoln
Event Centre and Rolleston
Term two classes start from Monday 8 May
onwards. We have a range of classes to suit
everyone. Classes include:
• Baby gym
• mini gym and
for adults • Circuit
• Zumba and
• Tai Chi
Lincoln Event Centre is also hosting community
bowls, the Springs Day Club, badminton and
low impact circuit classes and lots more.
You can try out scrabble, roller skating, sign
language, upholstery and more at Rolleston
For programme details see Selwyn.govt.nz/rcc
Darfield Water Supply Update
Further work to improve the quality and reliability of the water
supply in Darfield will soon get underway.
Construction of a reservoir and pump station north of Darfield
to service the town will start in the middle of this year and be
finished late this year or early next year. The reservoir will
allow entrained (trapped) air to be released from the water.
This will improve the problems some households experience
with air locks occurring in their household plumbing.
The new pump station and reservoir will help to better manage
current and future peak demand as the population of Darfield
grows. A second deep bore to service Darfield will also be
developed and will be sited close to the current bore.
The Council's Asset Manager -- Water Services, Murray England
says that the project is good news for Darfield residents. "Once it has been completed it
will provide Darfield with an alternate groundwater source and will avoid the need to use
the Waimakariri supply as a backup."
Construction of the second bore will start in late April, and will take around two months.
Shortly after construction begins the town's water supply will revert back to the Waimakariri
river source temporarily. This is a precautionary measure as the bore drilling could affect
the water quality of the existing bore. Once the new bore is completed, the existing bore
source will be used again to service the township.
Mr England says the Waimakariri river supply source water will be safe for residents to
drink as it will be chlorinated. "Chlorination is used in many water supplies throughout
New Zealand as a water treatment method which successfully kills harmful bacteria and
Before 2011 chlorinated water from the Waimakariri River was used as the town's main
water supply and was safely used by residents as a drinking water source. Mr England says
the Council has reviewed the issues that caused inadequate chlorination of the water supply
in July/August last year and has taken steps to ensure that this problem does not affect the
town's water supply again.
Additional monitoring of the supply and treatment system will be undertaken
while the river source is in use to ensure that the water supplied is safe for use.
Information about this project along with an update about when the water supply will revert
back to the Waimakariri River source will be posted online at Selwyn.govt.nz.
Anyone with questions about this project should phone the Council on 03 318 8338.
Submissions close soon
Submissions on our draft Annual Plan for
2013/14 close at 5pm on Friday 3 May.
Full copies and summaries of the draft
Annual Plan are now available from our
service centres, libraries and on our website
You can make a submission:
online at www.selwyn.govt.nz
by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
by posting your submission to:
Draft Annual Budget,
Selwyn District Council,
PO Box 90, Rolleston 7643.
Council officers will be attending public
meetings at Glentunnel and Rolleston to talk
about the draft Plan. The Glentunnel meeting
is being held on Tuesday, 30 April, at 7.30pm
at Glentunnel Community Centre.
The Rolleston meeting is being held on
Thursday, 2 May, at 7.30pm at the Council's
Headquarters on Norman Kirk Drive.
Are you involved in the
arts, but need some
financial assistance to
make your project work?
The closing date for Creative NZ -- Creative
Communities Scheme funding applications is
Friday 31 May.
For more information about
criteria, contact the scheme
administrator, Stuart Westoby,
at the Selwyn District Council,
ph: 03 347 2708.
Your chance to plant a tree (or more)
in Mahoe Reserve. You bring the tools
and gloves, we provide the plants. We
also need helpers to mulch the trees
already planted. If you can bring a
bucket or wheel barrow for mulch that
would be very helpful!
When: Sunday 5 May, 2pm onwards
Where: Mahoe Reserve, Boundary
Road, Lincoln, next to the golf
course, opposite the High School.
For more information ring
Denis Blomquist 325 2806 or
Sue Jarvis 329 5858.
Planting Day Teenage Brain
Monday 13th May 7.00pm
$8.00 per person
At the Lincoln Event Centre
This seminar will explore and explain
the latest understandings of the
adolescent brain and the changes
that are taking place; risk taking,
decision making, alcohol and drugs,
technology, sleep patterns, peer
pressure plus much more.
Limited seats available. Pre-register and
pay on the night.
To register email email@example.com
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