District Diary

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This issue features...​​Residents urged to shop local with new Open for Business campaign​

  • Check it's the right plastic before putting it in recycling
  • From the Mayor: Projects providing real benefits
  • Councillor Comment - Diane Rawlinson
  • Last chance to have your say on draft policies 
  • Don't forget to register your dog on time 
  • Community groups set to benefit from $1.2 million in Council grants
  • Creative Communities and Council funding opening soon
  • Night crews carrying out CBD upgrades 
  • Infrastructure funding a positive development, but more details needed on proposed three waters reform 
  • Triennial meeting for Chertsey Reserve Board 
  • Committee cuts ribbon on Methven skatepark 
  • AYC update
  • Youth Council making our voice heard on submissions 
  • Youth Council meeting wrap
  • Ashburton District becomes accredited Established Welcoming Community
  • Ashburton CBD all aglow with festive lights 
  • Leading economist set to serve up insights at CEO Breakfast 
  • Community Noticeboard
  • Whats on​

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