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Submissions on the Ohakune pool cover and heating are examples of community initiated submissions that have influenced Council.
MBIE has announced that the Mountains to Sea Cycle Trail will receive up to $75,000 to repair storm damage.
The Taumarunui i-SITE has joined Ohakune in being awarded a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor based on their consistently great reviews.
Elected members united on work Council is doing to support the development of safe, prosperous rural communities.
Piriaka children no longer need to walk across the main trunk line and SH4 to catch the school bus.
The CD debrief on the recent cyclone and tornado to hit Ruapehu have highlighted the growing impact of climate change on weather events.
Besides district wide water rating there was broad agreement among councillors on the other issues at Council's LTP deliberation meeting.
Ruapehu is taking part in a DIA review looking at infrastructure costs, population, environmental and economic challenges facing councils.
The newest and most popular member of Council’s animal services team is a two year Labrador Border Collie cross called Max.
Code of Conduct matters are not going to hinder Council working together to deliver against its development objectives for Ruapehu and its people.
Council wants all Ruapehu food premises to be able to display an A grade certificate when the new food premises grading system comes into effect.
Ruapehu business leaders have committed to forming a Ruapehu District Business Council to help inspire and support local business success.
The NZ Transport Agency has confirmed that Ruapehu’s road works Funding Assistance Rate (FAR) subsidy will increase from 67% to 72% from 1 July 2018.
Meetings between Council and its consultants with community stakeholder groups are advancing the Hakiaha St and Railway Museum projects.
Council is hoping that a wide cross-section of Ruapehu communities will have their say on the draft Waste Management and Minimisation Plan.
Social and economic issues confronting Ruapehu youth was the focus of a Mayors Taskforce for Jobs hui held in Taumarunui on Tue 17 April.
Consultation on the Combined Financial Policies has been extended by an extra week until next Thursday 26 April.
A special $10k fund set up to help Taumarunui community groups look after walking tracks in local reserves is now helping local schools get involved.
Ruapehu Mayor Don Cameron is working with other councils and Wellington to retain a regional helicopter rescue service based in Taupo.
Council is asking for photos of people buried in their cemeteries as part of a project that will integrate 3D mapping with online cemetery records.