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Wairarapa Alcohol Working Group Hearing please view here
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Carterton District Council - Review of Liquor Control Bylaw 2005
Council at its meeting on 24th September 2014, resolved to review its Liquor Control Bylaw 2005 (The Bylaw) The purpose of review of The Bylaw was to include a liquor ban within the Central Business District (CBD) and surrounding environs.
Council by way of resolution has determined that amending The Bylaw is the most appropriate way in achieving Council’s objectives. A Statement of Proposal has been compiled in support of the review of this bylaw.
The Council welcomes and will consider all comments made by way of written submissions, please view here. The draft review of The Bylaw is available at the Council Office, 28 Holloway Street Carterton and on Council’s website or can be viewed here.
Submissions close 4:00 pm Friday 3rd November 2014
Annual Plan 2014/15
The annual plan for 2014/15 has been adopted by Council. This is the outcome of a lengthy period of consultation and the consideration of a large number of submission from Carterton ratepayers and residents. We would like to thank you for your submissions on the key issues we identified facing the community and the Council, and on the specific items on which we sought feedback. We have listened, and changes have been made to reflect what we heard. The final Plan is available here.
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