City News - 17 May 2013
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Water assets go online
Don’t know where the water toby is on your property? As of next week you can find this and a whole lot of other service information online when Hamilton City Council launches the new City Waters Viewer.
Claudelands recognised as premier event facility
Claudelands has once again been recognised as a premier event facility following the inaugural New Zealand Commercial Project Awards held in the weekend.
Entered by Foster Construction, the Claudelands construction project received a gold award in the Industrial Project category and a silver award in the Tourism and Leisure Project category.
Chartwell intersection work to begin
Motorists are advised that work is due to start next week on improving the intersection of Lynden Court and Hukanui Rd in Chartwell.
The intersection is being altered to become left-turn only for traffic from Lynden Court on to Hukanui Rd.
Caution needed as lake algae re-emerges
A potentially toxic algae has re-emerged at Hamilton Lake, so members of the public are urged to stay clear of the water. Sampling will be increased and more information issued as it becomes available.
Arbor Day event reaches out to community
Arbor Day is one of the biggest events on the Parks and Open Spaces unit's calendar, and this year more than 25,000 trees and shrubs will be planted at Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park. And it's not too late for your school, workplace or organisation to be part of a great day out in the natural environment.