Submission View 2015

Submitter

Questionnaire


As outlined, the changes to how central government financially assists the Council to fund the Timaru District’s roading network will potentially result in a considerable funding shortfall. The Council have indicated a preferred option for addressing this issue, including partial funding of the shortfall. Do you support this option?

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As outlined, we are not putting enough money aside to replace our roads, pipes and pumps in the future. Council would like to fund this shortfall gradually over the next 10 years. Do you support this option?

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As outlined, we want your input on a future direction for the South Canterbury Museum and addressing other issues with our cultural facilities. Council have included funding to either redevelop the existing museum building or build a new museum. Do you support this option?

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As outlined, we are looking to adjust how the General Rate is paid for to more fairly reflect the impact of rural intensification on the District’s roading network. Do you support this option?

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As outlined, the Pareora water supply pipeline to Timaru is nearing the end of its useful life. Council would prefer to renew the existing pipeline in sections. Do you support this option?

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As outlined, the Temuka water supply needs some work to ensure adequate water is available in the future. Council would prefer to investigate an additional water source, likely to be a bore. Do you support this option?

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Do you agree with the proposed average annual rates increase of 4.1% (including inflation) over the next 10 years, to enable the proposed spending options outlined in this document and supporting information?

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Publish Date: 06 May 2015