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A family trip to Romania in June last year has established an unexpected relationship between Ashburton and the ancient city of Constanta, thanks to local school girl, Alexandra Cojocaru.
The Ashburton District Council is urging all residents to play their part in reducing the spread of the coronavirus, with the help of the new 'Unite Against COVID-19' national resource.
The Ashburton Domain paddling pool will close for the season on Friday (20 March).
Progress on the Ashburton CBD streetscape revitalisation is moving ahead on track, with above ground upgrades starting on Cass Street from next week (16 March).
Upgrades to the Rakaia Salmon site will get underway next week, with the old toilets set to be removed from Monday 16 March and the caravan effluent dump station closing until a new location can be secured.
Property owners that are served directly by water races on Ashburton Gorge Road between the Stoney Creek Bridge and the Inland Scenic Route are advised that the race is the subject of investigations by Environment Canterbury into potential contamination.
Several rural intersections in the Ashburton District are receiving a final layer of protection to keep the road surface in good order for drivers.
The Ashburton Art Gallery & Heritage Centre will be the focus of internal and external repairs over coming weeks and months, as the Council begins a programme to remedy building defects identified through an independent assessment.
Five Central South Island district councils have applied for funding to investigate changes to water services as part of a major Government review.
The Ashburton District could save hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest repayments over the coming years after it was revealed today that the Ashburton District Council has received an AA+ credit rating.
The Tinwald Community Pool is now closed for the season, just two days shy of the scheduled closure (Sunday, 1 March) due to limited lifeguard resourcing.
Residents connected to the Montalto water supply are being reminded to boil their drinking water before use, after the Council detected E.coli in the supply today.
Neighbours Day 2020 is set to spark the district's community spirit right across Mid Canterbury on Saturday 28 March thanks to a new Working Bee in Your Neighbourhood initiative.