COMPREHENSIVE disability access is the highest concern as the local council looks towards upgrading a Waikerie public toilet block.
A ROAD in a Riverland cemetery has been renamed to honour two prominent locals who helped maintain it.
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.
ALL three Riverland councils will continue to support a popular local event, despite its shift to an alternate format in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions.
UPGRADE works for Waikerie’s McCoy Street public toilet block are still “on the table”, and the council CEO says the project is “intertwined” with the Waikerie Institute upgrades.
NEW inline water filters installed in Loxton’s waterways will ensure less debris gets caught in the town’s watering systems.