Spruce it up
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