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Thank you to everyone for your patience during the Links Avenue/Concord Avenue/Farm Street intersections works. The site re-opened yesterday, with some minor works still underway to complete the project.
To complete the works on the upgrade of the Concord Avenue/Farm Street/Links Avenue Intersection, we are introducing 24/7 road closures and extending working hours.
Happy New Year to all of our Arataki residents and enews subscribers. We hope you are enjoying the break and had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends.
You may have noticed that we’ve been busy in Arataki with a community drop-in session and working on the improvement of two alleyways.
The next drop-in session is planned for 21 November and will be held at the Tauranga City AFC on Links Avenue again.
Here's an update on yesterday's Council meeting where two options for a permanent bus facility in the Arataki area were discussed.
As many of you may have noticed, we have a broken speed table along Farm Street.
By now you would have heard about the collision between a motorcycle and a car on Farm Street on Wednesday 14 August.
In last week’s Urban Form and Transport Development committee meeting, Council asked staff to look into the option of placing the permanent Arataki bus facility on Council-owned reserve land on Girven Road.
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