SKYPATH WILL CONNECT
It is disappointing that Northcote MP Jonathan Coleman is saying Northcote Point couldn’t cope if SkyPath ‘‘were the sole exit point for cyclists’’ (Rodney Times September 5). The minister had been informed that SkyPath will connect to the SeaPath, so this is a redundant concern. In case greater clarity is needed, NZTA’s website page on SeaPath is clear: ‘‘SeaPath will work in conjunction with SkyPath to provide a continuous walking and cycling connection between the North Shore and Auckland’s city centre.’’ For greed.
For a thousand years the sun and rain and earth have worked together, and nurtured, fed and warmed this plant which you have dared to sever.
Ten times your life it took to grow, this giant lofty tower.
What right have you, a little man, to fell it in an hour?
What reason lies within your mind to make you think it sound and right, to bring this mighty monarch crashing to the ground?
It will make some ornate panelling, quite beautiful to see.
But I for one would rather have it left there as a tree.
For fifty generations of men will live and die before another king like this will reach towards the sky. reminds me of a cow shed. Well, the water meets you at the door and continues to the toilets, it stank. Lucky I could make the choice not to use them and wait. On the way home they did not stink and I was not able to avoid them. I fail to see anything of value that has been done to them, is someone having a joke? Apparently Auckland Council also sees the similarity to the cow