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CENTRAL CANTERBURY NEWS, APRIL 10, 2013
for the week 9 April to 15 April
SELWYN DISTRICT COUNCIL
PO Box 90, Rolleston 7643
Council Chambers & Offices
Norman Kirk Drive, Rolleston
Ph 347 2800 or 318 8338
Rolleston Library & Service Centre
Rolleston Drive, Rolleston
Ph 347 2880 or 318 8338
Darfield Library & Service Centre
1 South Terrace, Darfield
Ph 318 8338 or 347 2800
Leeston Library & Service Centre
High Street, Leeston
Ph 347 2820 or 318 8338
Lincoln Library & Service Centre
Gerald Street, Lincoln
Ph 347 2875 or 318 8338
Temporary Road Closure
McLachlans Road (from the intersection with
Leeston Taumutu Road to the intersection with
Gullivers Road), and Gullivers Road (from
the intersection of McLachlans Road to the
intersection with Leeston Taumutu Road) will
be closed between the hours of 9am and 5pm
on Sunday 14 April 2013 for the purpose of
conducting the clubs 'Taumutu Shingle Sprint'
motorsport speed event.
During the road closure, traffic will be
requested to detour along the nearest
Any queries can be directed to Joanne
Harkerss 347 2800.
This notice is issued under Clause 11(e), 10th
Schedule of the Local Government Act 1974.
LICENCE TO OCCUPY
Tenders are sought for a licence to occupy
the following Council Land for the purposes
of grazing activities only.
The area comprises 23.63 ha or thereabouts
and is Council owned land located between
Goulds and Dynes Roads, Rolleston.
Further information and tender submission
documents can be obtained from
Tanya Maylam on (03) 347 2954 or at
email@example.com, PO Box 90,
Closing date for tenders is 12.00 noon on
Monday, 15 April 2013.
Canterbury will switch over to digital TV on 28 April. You don't
need to buy a new TV to go digital. However, if you do decide
to upgrade, please dispose of your old TV responsibly.
TVs contain materials, like lead, that are hazardous to the
environment and people's health if they are dumped in
landfills or into the environment, so they should be recycled.
As part of the TV TakeBack programme the Council is being
subsidised by the Ministry for the Environment to provide a
TV recycling service, and the Council will also meet some of
the recycling costs.
The TV Takeback campaign in Selwyn will be run on weekends
from 13 April until 5 May. You will be able to recycle your old
TV at the following locations for free:
Pines Resource Recovery Park (183 Burnham School Road,
Rolleston). Open for TV collection: Saturdays and Sundays --
10am to 4pm
Sicon Yard (2 Ritso Street, Darfield). Open for TV collection:
Saturdays only from 9am to 1pm.
Computer screens are not being accepted as part of the TV
Takeback recycling campaign.
We're now consulting on our draft Annual
Plan for 2013/14. Full copies and summaries
of the draft Annual Plan are now available
from our service centres, libraries and on
our website selwyn.govt.nz.
Written submissions on the draft Plan can be
made until 5 pm on Friday 3 May 2013. 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,
Council officers will be attending some
local committee meetings to talk about the
draft Plan. The first meeting will be held at
Doyleston on Wednesday 10 April at 7.30pm
at Osborne Park Hall. Details of other
meetings will be notified in Council Call.
Have your say on a new
Dunsandel community facility
A proposal to construct a $3 million community facility in Dunsandel was
included in the Council's 2012-2022 Long Term Plan. Funding would be
provided from existing funds, insurance proceeds, fundraising and a new
The Community Hall on Hororata Dunsandel Road was damaged in the
September 2010 earthquake. Because it was uneconomic to repair, it was
demolished in 2012. A survey of ratepayers in the Dunsandel-Mead rating
area in 2010, a public meeting in 2011, and submissions to the Long Term
Plan have indicated there is strong support for a new community facility.
A working party consisting of local Dunsandel community representatives
and Selwyn District Council staff has undertaken substantial work together
on the future provision of community facilities in Dunsandel.
Council has now contracted David Allan of Strategic Leisure NZ (specialist
recreation and sport planners) to complete an independent needs analysis
and recommend specifications for the new community facility in Dunsandel.
A drop-in session to hear from interested Dunsandel-Mead ratepayers
about what they think should be catered for in the new facility will be held
on Thursday 18 April from 4.30 -- 6.30pm at the Dunsandel Sports Centre
(Tramway Road, Dunsandel Domain).
There is no need to RSVP. If you can't attend the drop-in session but would
like to provide comments, you can email David Allan at email@example.com.
If you have any questions please contact Keri Harrison, Community Projects
Co-ordinator on 347 2945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lincoln library celebrates anniversary
As part of the recent Lincoln 150th anniversary celebrations, Lincoln
library held a Victoria Sponge competition, followed by morning tea served
by costumed librarians. 15 cakes were entered in the competition -- the
winner was Ceilidh Donaldson. Over 50 people enjoyed morning tea at
the library, many in period costumes. $80 was raised for the Child Cancer
Foundation through donations for the morning tea.
Rolleston Envirotown Market
LOCAL PRODUCE AND CRAFTS
Rolleston Square Carpark
Sunday 14 April
10am to 1pm
Rolleston School of Piping and Drumming will feature.
Email email@example.com or phone 347 8240
Darfield Medical Centre --
Good progress is continuing with construction
of the new medical centre. Exterior plastering
work has been largely completed and painted.
The main sewer disposal system is also complete
except for some minor work. The water supply is
being installed. The interior colour scheme has
also been finalised. The facility is expected to be
completed by the end of April.
Teenage Brain Seminar
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Robyn Douglas -- Hot Stuff
Ruth Walcoff -- Fabrication
An exhibition of textile artist Ruth Walcoff's
wonderful quilts and Robyn Douglas' striking
glass plates and pendants.
Open daily (except Mondays) from 10am to 4pm for this exhibition,
which runs until 2 May. Exhibition programme available online at
www.selwyngallery.co.nz or from the gallery.
SUNDAY 21 APRIL
Rolleston Community Centre
Tiles form part of the wet corridor wall
Displayed proudly for all to see
are available from the SDC
Headquarters in Rolleston
once painted, simply return
it to SDC headquarters
by 30 April
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