A huge congratulations to Troy Cameron from ATC Accounting Services. This local legend is a finalist in the Prospa Local Business Hero Awards.
Now he needs your vote to give him a chance to take home a prize package worth $10,000!
Good on you, and good luck, Troy. Thanks for bringing joy to your community.
Nominated by Lisa Tua from Kaiapoi: "ATC Accounting - Troy Cameron is a local accountant, who has recently gone out on his own. He is an awesome family man and it is not unusual to see Matilda, his Kune Kune pig, snuggled up with his dog and daughter in his lounge. It was the flying pig on his flyer that made me call him 2 years ago and as we had just gone into business which was scary in itself, let alone dealing with an accountant. We have never looked back. Troy really goes the extra mile and his fees are more than reasonable, I have happily recommended Troy to some of my customers and they couldn't be happier."
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From Local Democracy Reporter Lois Williams:
Rosco Contracting had applied to the West Coast Regional Council for resource consent to take up to 12,000 cubic metres of material stockpiled at the Ravensdown fertiliser plant in Hornby.
The waste – mainly contaminated soil and asbestos fines – was to have been buried in sealed pods at the private dump on the outskirts of Reefton.
The regional council confirmed on Friday that both parties had pulled out.
Compliance team leader Colin Helem said the council had received confirmation requesting that the consent application be withdrawn.
“The decision to withdraw the application was mutual between Mr Moore (Rosco owner) and Ravensdown – they have not provided a reason for the withdrawal.”
Rosco director Ross Moore was reluctant to comment, but said he had not set out to upset anyone.