Posted by Gold FM on 15/03/2012
Rates, and the need to keep the costs down is top of mind for the Hauraki District Council at the moment. $10,000,000 to spend on water quality is taking precedence and other services have been put on hold to help keep the rates down for Hauraki rate payers.
The library is well advanced and it's good to hear that Waihi Ward Councillor Mary Carmine has been advocating the importance of the new library building fitting the Waihi town-scape.
The Rail Trail is still a work in progress with finances and design being priorities at present.
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