Farmers within the Waitaki District, which was inundated with heavy rain on the weekend, stay in clean-up mode at the moment.
Elements of the area had been battered by torrential rain on Saturday, flooding streets and shutting roads.
Campers on the Otematata River needed to be evacuated because the river threatened to interrupt the flood financial institution.
Waitaki District Mayor Gary Kircher stated it has been a blended bag for farmers within the district.
“Some are glad they acquired rain as a result of it was getting very, very dry, however others have had land fully inundated in order that they have a little bit of a clean-up on their arms,” Kircher stated.
“I have never heard any reviews of inventory loss, there was loads of warning of the rain coming so farmers had been in a position to transfer inventory in time.”
He stated farmers and council contractors had been getting on with the clean-up.
“Contractors have been out in droves doing jobs that may be finished immediately however we nonetheless have some issues awaiting evaluation.
“It may very well be a while earlier than sure issues like a few of the roads are mounted, in addition to a few of the rivers the place bushes are constructed up in opposition to a bridge they should be cleared out – that is not a at some point job.”
Kircher stated he had seen summer season downpours earlier than however nothing this unhealthy.
“We have had summer season floods earlier than however they are usually extra localised, this was all throughout the area and clearly coming in peak vacation time it affected numerous holidaymakers.”