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.
RIVERLAND councils are preparing a range of control activities to push flocks of a pest bird species out of the region.
A RIVERLAND council is seeking government funding for a $5 million project to relocate Loxton’s library and visitor information centre and construct a new public toilet block.
LOXTON and Waikerie residents are being encouraged to spend thousands of dollars’ worth of local shopping vouchers before they expire on December 31.
LOXTON’S library and visitor information centre could be relocated to the town’s Institute building on East Terrace to make way for a new $685,000 public toilet.
A RIVERLAND council will remove a group of trees on the Waikerie river front, following a legal review that cost ratepayers almost $10,000.
LOXTON will have to wait until at least 2022 to host its next Pedal Prix race after the event was removed from next year’s UniSA Australian HPV Super Series (HPVSS) calendar due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A RIVERLAND council hopes the new name chosen for a local sporting facility will reflect its town’s values and encourage residents to “get active”.