The Waikato District Council is seeking public feedback on a number of council services to gauge whether ratepayers and residents want changes.
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The New Zealand Contractor’s Federation has weighed into the debate over Tamahere’s Porritt sand quarry, accusing the Waikato District Council of demanding “punitive and unreasonable costs”.
Waikato District Council’s policy committee is still poring over a contentious bylaw which will require all new premises joining the water supply to have a tank to collect rainwater.
A long-serving Waikato district councillor has accused the Education Ministry of a lack of professionalism in its dealings over the historic Tamahere Hall.
Waikato District Council has appointed two commissioners to hear the application for the controversial sand quarrying proposal in Tamahere.
A law preventing the Crown buying land with an existing building on it is about to spell the end of the Tamahere Memorial Hall.
The dust has settled for now as the committee considering an application for a 10-fold increase in the size of Porritt sand quarry in Tamahere weighs up competing legal submissions.
If dust levels from a Tamahere quarry expansion fall within tolerance levels considered acceptable for humans, then they should be fine for horses.
Roading and traffic management are shaping as two of the most contentious issues at a resource consent hearing for the expansion of a sand quarry at Tamahere.
Hamilton International airport, which is planning a $22 million runway extension, is just managing to keep flying – financially