Road­works ‘pri­or­ity’

Kapi-Mana News - - OPINION/NEWS -

Ve­hi­cle ac­cess to Whi­tireia Park will be re­stricted while road im­prove­ment works are car­ried out over about six days un­til De­cem­ber 23. The works in­clude pot­hole re­pairs, tar seal­ing some sec­tions of the road, some road­side drainage and veg­e­ta­tion work. This will re­quire ve­hi­cle ac­cess via Thornley Street to be ei­ther re­stricted or closed while the works are un­der way. Walk­ing ac­cess to Whi­tireia Park via Thornley Street, Te Onepoto Bay and other en­trances will still be avail­able. Sig­nage has been in place around the park in­form­ing users about the works and the re­stricted ac­cess. The works are con­sid­ered to be a high pri­or­ity given the con­di­tion of the road and have been ap­proved by the Whi­tireia Park Board. path­way at fes­ti­vals, or­gan­is­ing reveg­e­ta­tion plant­ings and es­tab­lish­ing their own nurs­ery. Porirua City Coun­cil it­self was highly com­mended in the Ex­cel­lence in Com­pli­ance cat­e­gory for min­imis­ing the im­pact on the environment dur­ing the con­struc­tion of Te Ara Piko Path­way.

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