Spruce it up

South Waikato News - - OPINION -

The South Waikato . . . dis­cover it . . . live it . . . love it . . . With­out any prompt­ing in last year’s sub­mis­sions 12 per cent ad­vo­cated to clean up the Toko­roa town.

The raised grass pad­dock with the crum­bling edges be­side the Blue Bus Build­ing (why has it been tol­er­ated for so long?) to the en­trance into Toko­roa. Raukawa land with the fallen down fence be­side the foot­path be­tween rail­way line and New World is not ex­actly dog proof, with pest plants grow­ing as well and fur­ther on a dump sta­tion of spoils that eas­ily could be screened with some tree plant­ing.

The coun­cil pro­motes Te Wai­hou walk­way at dif­fer­ent shows while it was re­ported to a coun­cil meet­ing that it lacks main­te­nance. It is over­grown with pest plants, a neigh­bour­ing re­gional coun­cil would take the coun­cil to task

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