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Kapi-Mana News - - OPIN­ION -

Editor,

These toi­lets [Lyt­tel­ton Ave, KMN, Au­gust 16] have al­ways been pretty dis­gust­ing. It is not so much the fa­cil­i­ties them­selves, but the stan­dard of clean­ing, which I sus­pect is car­ried out by a per­son who has had lit­tle or no train­ing and is not prop­erly su­per­vised.

[Mean­while], your cor­re­spon­dence from B Be­govich and the mayor re­gard­ing the mayor’s let­ter to the Min­is­ter for Trans­port ask­ing for fund­ing for the Trans­mis­sion Gully project to be ring fenced, begs the ques­tion – why would the Porirua mayor be con­cerned about the progress with this project which, ex­cept for Pau­ata­hanui and Whitby, by­passes Porirua?

For the most part, Porirua peo­ple will no­tice a re­duc­tion of traf­fic on state high­way one when it is com­pleted. I trust the coun­cil is not giv­ing any sig­nif­i­cant fund­ing towards this project from which res­i­dents and lo­cal busi­nesses will re­ceive lit­tle ben­e­fit.

CA­ROLE NAY­LOR, Pa­pakowhai.

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