Park com­plaint

Auckland City Harbour News - - NEWS -

Cur­rently, Auck­land Coun­cil does not re­strict park use on pub­lic hol­i­days how­ever such com­plaints ( Auck­land City Har­bour News, April 10) pro­vide us with the op­por­tu­nity to re­view this and also fol­low up com­plaints. We are seek­ing re­sponses from the or­gan­is­ers to the is­sues raised. Res­i­dents liv­ing next to Walker Park should call Auck­land Coun­cil’s 24 Call Cen­tre (301 0101) if they be­lieve that park users are flout­ing coun­cil rules re­gard­ing park­ing or rub­bish.

Presently, Walker Park only has a night time liquor ban in place but the lo­cal board pro­motes all its parks as Smoke­free as part of cre­at­ing healthy and en­joy­able open space for ev­ery­one to en­joy. Mt Al­bert’s war dead can­not be seen on dis­play in the hall erected in their mem­ory.

I have com­piled the fol­low­ing list from his­tor­i­cal records of St Luke’s Church.

No doubt other de­nom­i­na­tions and or­gan­i­sa­tions can add to it. F A Airey D A Black­man F Con­sta­ble, F Cun­ning­ham, P A Daw­son, F J H El­lis­don, T E El­lis­don, H Fer­ri­day, W Garnswor­thy, L B T Goldswor­thy, N H Hal­combe, F J Mu­nan, A C Pat­ton, H Pre­ston, L E Small, G D Stan­ley, T G Webb, G Wilkins, C G Whi­taker. Per­haps pro­duc­tion of a com­plete roll would be a suit­able project for a school? The young hon­our­ing the for­ever young? (‘‘They shall grow not old . . .’’).

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