WDC Notices

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

NOTICE OF WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

We undertake a waterfowl management programme at the Te Kuiti Wastewater Treatment Plant (TKWWTP) as part of the Resource Consent.

During this time of year, there is a large duck and swan population that congregates on the ponds at the TKWWTP. This is an undesirable habitat for waterfowl because of the immediate risk to bird health from avian botulism, and the risk of disease transmittal to other nesting or feeding areas.

Council will soon commence a programme using an acoustic deterrent device, to discourage the waterfowl from populating the pond. The loud bang created by the device may be heard randomly but should not cause concern, as it is harmless. The device is not used overnight and on weekends.

This programme runs annually from November to March.


NOTICE OF ROUTINE HYDRANT FLUSHING

WDC will be undertaking routine hydrant flushing in Te Kuiti, Benneydale, Mokau and Piopio from Wednesday 15 to Friday 17 November 2017.

  • TE KUITI - Eastern Side:

Anzac Street, Boddies Terrace, Broadfoot Place, Corinth Avenue, Ellison Avenue, Esplanade, Hinerangi Street, Kiwi Street, Liverpool Street, Mahoe Crescent, Ngarongo Street, Sturgess Terrace, Tammadge Street, Taruna Place, Taupiri Street, Tawa Heights, Tawa Street, Waitete Road, Walker Road, Wesley Avenue.

  • TE KUITI - Western Side:

Ailsa Street, Awakino Road, Bayne Street, Butler Street, Cato Terrace, Colin Brook Place, Craig Terrace, Earl Street, Elizabeth Street, Haines Terrace, Hill Street, Hospital Road, King Street West, Lusk Street, Mary Street, Queen Street, St Andrews Court, St Lukes Crescent, Seddon Street, Te Kumi Road.

  • BENNEYDALE

Ellis Road, Georgetti Street and Mine Road.

  • MOKAU

Seaview Motorcamp, Oha St, Rangi Rd, Main Rd, Aria Tce, Point Rd, Tainui St, Takarei Tce, North St, Te Kauri Rd, Te Mahoe Rd.

  • PIOPIO

Moa St North, Tui St, Kiwi St, Huia St, Aria Rd, Moa St South, Kaka St, Kawana St, Poto St, View Terrace, Kuku St and Kea St. 

While undertaking this work, WDC will make every effort to minimise the impact on supply. In the event that temporary deterioration of your water quality occurs due to flushing in your street, it is advisable to first run your garden tap then the others for several minutes to remove any air bubbles and to restore water clarity.  Please do not run water through in house filters before taps are running clear.

For further information phone WDC on 0800 932 4357.