COMMON SENSE PREVAILS
Congratulations to the power that be, for using common cense for stopping the swimming in the Blue Springs. There are lots of other rivers and lakes around here for people to swim in!
We need to all join together and keep the Blue Springs pristine for our grandchildren, great grandchildren and future generations, as good drinking water will become scarce in the future. We don’t need another polluted river or town water supply. The Blue Springs isn’t ‘‘just’’ a swimming hole and never should be one again.
Tourists should be charged a gold coin and be controlled to stay on the Te Waihou Walkway. Native shrubs should be planted on both banks the entire length of the Te Waihou river. More true and accurate figure is 31% as an eligible voter must be of 18 years old and enrolled to vote.
How many 14-17 years old at last election have not responded to Mayor Sinclair’s program to enrol on the electoral roll? 700 people net have left the district within the five year census period.
Retired Auckland people are welcomed to buy a house in SW leaving predominantly young people exiting and reducing school rolls.
Expletives in social media are understandable. A wrecking ball flies the council colours as it tears down the walls of Love Soup Kitchen. Mayor then follows (SWN p10) ‘‘Much of what is said on social media especially is not true or accurate.’’
The building lays destroyed, with only an I-beam denuded on the ground left, and the truth of the matter is you would protect our interests. The Social media community is thus telling the Emperor to put on his cloths and stop muddying the Blue Springs of truth he supposedly swims in