Cambridge Community Board

Cambridge Subdivision

The Cambridge Community Board represents your local community and advocates to Waipa District Council about local issues, including public transport and facilities such as libraries and parks. The board is made up of seven members: five members elected by voters, including four members from your area, and two councillors from the Waipa District council. This is a first past the post (FPP) election, so you vote by ticking the name of your preferred candidate on your ballot paper. Compare the candidates and their policies to decide who to vote for in the Cambridge Community Board election.

Utilities and services

Councils are responsible for a wide range of utilities and services that we all rely on, from rubbish and recycling to street cleaning. Councils are currently also responsible for managing waste water, storm water and drinking water infrastructure – the ‘Three Waters’. But that may be about to change, with central government seeking to shift the delivery of Three Waters services to four new larger entities, which could borrow enough to upgrade the country’s water infrastructure.

Utilities and services

Councils are responsible for a wide range of utilities and services that we all rely on, from rubbish and recycling to street cleaning. Councils are currently also responsible for managing waste water, storm water and drinking water infrastructure – the ‘Three Waters’. But that may be about to change, with central government seeking to shift the delivery of Three Waters services to four new larger entities, which could borrow enough to upgrade the country’s water infrastructure.

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  • Encourage better use and less contamination of recycling through education.

    Support developer contributions for infill development to cover the infrastructure upgrades required to cope with intensification.

  • Protect natural lake resources such as Lake Te Koo Utu from further degradation from stormwater run off.

    Develop business case for sustainable and localised food waste collection and composting.

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  • Encourage better use and less contamination of recycling through education.

    Support developer contributions for infill development to cover the infrastructure upgrades required to cope with intensification.

  • Protect natural lake resources such as Lake Te Koo Utu from further degradation from stormwater run off.

    Develop business case for sustainable and localised food waste collection and composting.

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