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Selwyn Times: June 27, 2017

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SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www. .kiwi Tuesday June 27 2017 11 ews No second dog park for Rolleston ashionA NEW artwork may be • By Georgia O’Connor-Harding Gardening by the Lincoln Library and A BID to get a second dog park in Rolleston has failed. The idea was discussed at the district council’s Annual Plan deliberations but did not get enough support. However, it has not been ruled out in the future. Two future options were identified for potential dog parks – a space on Goulds Rd and a large piece of land purchased on the corner of Weedons and Levi Rds. It comes after concern over closures at Foster Dog Park to make way for the Selwyn Dog Training Club was raised. Along with the concerns, provisions for a new dog park was otoringcontribute to the project while discussed at the meeting. The dog club closes the park 12 times a year. Rolleston Reserve Management Committee chairman Jenf Christensen said the committee have been lobbying for another dog park in the township. “It is a very popular place for dogs and people,” he said. asty Bites the township committee for the Mr Christensen said the dog club is just as important as a rugby club or netball club when it comes to using council-owned grounds. oney Artwork planned for town square • By Georgia O’Connor-Harding installed in Lincoln’s town centre. The Lincoln Community Committee is seeking to place a significant piece of artwork in Meyenburg Square to complement the planned Lincoln Town Centre Plan. The square is encompassed Service Centre, the Laboratory and home to the weekly Lincoln Farmers and Craft Market. It is estimated the project will cost $20,000 and $7500 was granted from the Springs and Ellesmere Discretionary Funds Committee recently. The committee has $9500 to $2500 has been donated by the defunct Lincoln Business Association. The Lincoln Township Committee’s 2016/2017 Discretionary Fund is planning to make $6500 available. It is yet to be decided if a further $20,508 will be allocated by 2017/18 year. But details are yet to be finalised with community consultation and the commissioning of an artist yet to happen. A district council report said the committee would look at a piece of artwork such as a sculpture. “With the new landscaping going on there we thought it might make an identity of the township,” committee secretary Pauline Hayes said. She said the committee will look at approaching groups such as Down by the Liffey Gallery. When Selwyn Times asked about the cost of the project, Mrs Hayes said it had not been discussed at the committee. “As with anything there is always people who think it could be better spent somewhere else,” she said. Chairwoman Kathryn Claridge said the committee is only at the fund gathering stages at the moment. Lincoln Area Senior Citizens’ ARTISTIC TOUCH: The Lincoln Community Committee is planning to install a new piece of artwork to replace the one at Meyenburg Square (left). PHOTO: GILBERT WEALLEANS ​ Club secretary Theresa Youngman any work the committee does for the community is always good. HAVE YOUR SAY Would you be supportive of the instalment of a $20,000 piece of artwork in Meyenburg Square? Email your views to georgia. Water use records are due in July Environment Canterbury is working closely with water consent holders and industry partners to achieve better management of the region’s water resources. As part of this all Canterbury water users with a take of 5l per second or more are required to provide their water use data to Environment Canterbury before 31 July each year. Data logger and manual water data also needs to be supplied. This helps us understand how much water is being used and helps water users understand how efficiently they are using the resource and whether it complies with their conditions, saving on compliance costs in the future. It is up to you to ensure your service provider provides the information to us. If you have a telemetry system the data is typically submitted automatically, saving you time and money. If you have any questions please contact your service provider or Environment Canterbury on 0800 324 636 or visit Join us for a Matariki celebration! Celebrate Matariki with fantastic Kapa Haka performances by Te Ahikaaroa and local high schools. Sunday 2 July, 2pm Lincoln Event Centre Free entry, everyone welcome.