RESIDENTS in the District Council of Loxton Waikerie will see plenty of works around the area for the coming year, as council staff look to complete major projects and seek funding opportunities.
A RIVERLAND council will remove a group of trees on the Waikerie river front, following a legal review that cost ratepayers almost $10,000.
A LOCAL council is expected to fork out more than $100,000 for two new Graderoll Mono rollers to improve the district’s road surfaces.
A LOCAL council has called on community input on a disability access and inclusion plan (DAIP) that will see people with disabilities have better access to services and more opportunities to particpate in aspects of the Loxton-Waikerie community.
BEAUTIFICATION is the word in Waikerie, as a funding injection of almost $1 million will go towards further landscaping in the CBD and river-front development. Waikerie received $900,000 in Federal Government funding, via the District Council of Loxton Waikerie (DCLW) with $450,000 for the Waikerie River-front Revitalisation Project and $450,000 for the Waikerie CBD Revitalisation. […]
A PUSH from the community to upgrade Mindarie Road has been heard by its local council, with traffic counters expected to be set up along the road to determine the viability of those requests.
THE District Council of Loxton Waikerie has been forced to relocate its East Terrace office following an overpopulation of mould within the building’s interior.
A LOXTON dryland farmer says the region’s growers would be at a significant disadvantage if they were unable to access genetic modification technology.