During the heightened response to Covid-19, we are still progressing with critical projects. Some of the work involved in these projects may include a short interruption to your water supply.
Usually we let our customers know about this with a letter a couple of days beforehand. But, to ensure the safety of our community and frontline essential staff, letter drops have stopped.
We’ll continue to do our absolute best to inform you about planned service interruptions using other methods such as:
• Loud speakers
• Signs up in the street
• Social media
• Website updates
Of course, during service failures like bursts the water can be interrupted without warning. In times like these we will respond by having water available on site and letting you know about it via social media.
Council contact centres are will have this information too – so please give them a call in the first instance.
In tomorrow's meeting (Wednesday 27 May), the Mayor and Councillors will consider information about the Wellington Central Library building and services.
The meeting will be held at 9.30am via Zoom. To tune into the live stream, visit our Youtube channel: www.youtube.com...
To read the meeting agenda which includes the report, visit:
"Freedom" on a Tuesday night - there's nothing like it.
With the shift to Level 2, conversation around the "new normal" continued. Part of our club's "new normal" is our Toast Rack resource library - Terry debuted the Content Editor role, which is now a fixture of our meetings.
Norbert's Table Topics got us thinking about what we didn't do during lockdown; Andy convinced us of the benefits of working from home; and Dianne gave us her take on the topic of Leadership Styles.
Come and add your jazz hands to our screen on 9 June....we look forward to meeting you