This little guy has gone missing from his home on Ahuroa Valley Rd.
I was wonder if anybody seen him? He didnt come home last nite its first time he didnt come home. His name is Ginger. He is very friendly. Please if any of you seen him let me know. Worried if anything happen to my fur baby .. 😭
Please call 02102450588
It is Glen Ashton here who has the farm at the end of Hawkens Road. Many of you ride, cycle, walk through my property and enjoy the peace, developing bush and scenic views and relatively safe environment compared to the local roads.
It is getting wet and muddy on my farm and I often graze the races during winter with various gates opened and closed. Can all horse riders please stop riding through until the spring (October).
Locals can still walk through:
- Please remember to leave the gates as found, open or shut.
- Do not let children swing on the gates.
- Make sure the gates are latched properly otherwise the cattle will lick the gate open.
Lost Dog – Our old heading Dog (Meg) has gone missing sometime during the night from West Coast Road, She has a blue collar and had a dark coloured coat which by now maybe on or off
If you see her please call 09-4224947
This goes out particularly to the residents of Komokoriki Hill Road & Poyner Road, but is relevant to everyone in our community.
Just to let you know that I have finally got so sick of the state of our road that i just made a complaint to Auckland Council and wondered if anyone else would like to add their voice? It is particularly bad where the single lane bridge crosses the creek at the Fire Station end of the road, so that even in a four wheel drive vehicle you risk your suspension every time you cross it. Which for all of us dropping off & picking up kids from school buses is several times per day.
The road was only regraded and potholes nominally ‘filled’ a few weeks ago, and it is already in a really bad state for early winter, and with a car rally expected along here in two weeks time.
I know we don’t stand a chance of getting any major action on our rural roads, but my suggestion is that they could at least concrete the area where the metal seal abuts the concrete edge of the bridge, which would be a more permanent and safer option than just refilling it with large stones every time the road is graded, which all disappear again within a few days, and we are back to the same or worse state as the holes continue to erode.
What does anyone else think?
You can make a case on-line by going to Auckland Council homepage, on www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz, clicking on “Do it now” on the right side of the page, then on the scroll down menues click on “Report it”, and then on “streetlights, footpaths or potholes”.