RATEPAYERS will fork out $4000 a month to run Loxton’s multi-million sporting hub.
LOXTON residents will soon be able to enjoy a safer, smoother route for their daily walks, thanks to a community infrastructure grant.
A PARTNERSHIP between a Waikerie community group and local council could see the town’s picturesque clifftop walking trail improved and upgraded – possibly for disability inclusion.
PUMP and bike tracks are set to be incorporated into stage two of the Waikerie river-front development – and elected members are hopeful the bike track will be disability inclusive.
WAIKERIE’S river front has been officially named following community input and elected member discussion – and signage will credit all community groups that have created spaces across the site over the years.
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.