Rodney Times : January 11th 2011
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EXCLUSIVE $99* ADD ONS JUST FOR YOU! International Qualifcations available www.collegeofcamille.co.nz Enrol now for January Extra information day on highway An additional public information day on the planned Puhoi- Wellsford highway is in Wark- worth on January 22. Strong community response to the indicative route prompted the NZ Transport Agency to arrange the extra information day in the Warkworth Town Hall from 10am to 2pm. The same information as earlier events will be displayed to provide a last opportunity for people to review the proposed new route before consultation closes on January 28. We had a fantastic response from the Warkworth and Puhoi communities to the four infor- mation days we held in Novem- ber,'' NZTA Auckland-Northland regional director Stephen Town says. The project team spoke to more than 500 people about planning and engineering decisions for the highway, and we want to keep that dialogue going. The more feedback we get -- from homeowners, farmers, businesses and community groups -- the better placed we are to make informed decisions about any revision or refinement of the indicative route.'' Mr Town says from past experience public information days are the most effective way of engaging with the community and hearing directly about their concerns. The Puhoi-Wellsford high- way is a road of national signifi- cance to benefit the entire country -- but it is a project that impacts on the community in Rodney,'' he says. People unable to attend the additional information day have other options to learn about the project. Visit www.nzta.govt.nz/puhoi- wellsford for more information, including videos. The public can also email, phone or send in a feedback form. Auckland feels hot December weather was warm but with a sting in the tail. Auckland was the warmest of the six main centres last month, according to NIWA's National Climate Centre summary released last week. More anticyclones or highs than normal to the east brought more north and northwest airflows than usual, pushing up temperatures. Mean maximum daily temperatures were the highest at Leigh since 1966 with 23.1 deg C, the highest at Whanga- paraoa since 1982 with 23 deg, the second highest at Warkworth since 1966 at 22.9 deg while Kumeu had 22.8 -- the fourth highest since 1978. A severe storm on December 27 and 28 resulted in significant rain, flooding and gales for many areas, although Auckland was not as hard hit as some parts of the country. Graffiti plan A co-ordinated anti- graffiti campaign is being launched across Auckland. The Auckland Council will consolidate a num- ber of contracts relating to graffiti vandalism it inherited from former councils. The creation of the Auckland Council means that a best practice approach to graffiti van- dalism can now be devel- oped across Auckland. We are defining what our communities will put up with as acceptable behaviour across Auck- land,'' mayor Len Brown says. It is time to unite and take the message across Auckland that we will not put up with graffiti vandalism.''
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