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Council coy on DCHL meeting

Council coy on DCHL meeting

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull refuses to say why the council is meeting behind closed doors next week to discuss Dunedin City Holdings Ltd (DCHL).

Major road rerouting back on agenda

Major road rerouting back on agenda

A multimillion-dollar plan to reroute traffic through Dunedin is back on the agenda, and a major change to the city's one-way system is heading the list of possibilities.

Highcliff Rd improvements too costly, council says

Highcliff Rd is recognised as being narrow, winding and difficult for road users, the Dunedin City Council says, but there are no plans for what would be costly improvements.

City dog fee discrepancies 'ridiculous'

City dog fee discrepancies 'ridiculous'

If registering a working dog in Central Otago costs $11 and in Waitaki $28, why does it cost $86 in Dunedin?

Meter vandals creating cost in time and money

Meter vandals creating cost in time and money

Dunedin's parking machines are taking a major beating from vandals, with machines worth thousands of dollars all but destroyed.

DCC agrees to postpone development policy process

DCC agrees to postpone development policy process

Dunedin developers have the postponement they called for in developing a policy expected to raise Dunedin City Council charges for their projects.

Restricted council liaison group draws criticism

Restricted council liaison group draws criticism

Calls for more city councillors to be included in a new group to liaise with the Dunedin City Council's council-controlled organisations (CCOs) has been rejected, prompting criticism from some councillors.

Quake proposal open for debate

Dunedin's new earthquake policy got the go-ahead from the Dunedin City Council yesterday; now it is the turn of the public, and the building owners who may have to pay to strengthen the city's building stock, to have their say.

Quake policy prepared, owners to pay

Quake policy prepared, owners to pay

A new policy to protect Dunedin from the ravages of a disaster such as the recent Christchurch earthquake could cost the city council more than $3 million over the next 10 years, and require significant work to put together a database of earthquake-prone buildings.

DCC building fees information closer

Long-awaited information on building consent fees in the city - fees the building industry claims far outstrip those of other centres - may finally help shed some light on the issue.

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