North Shore Times : November 11th 2010
11 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 11, 2010 NEWS Customer Services (09) 442 2222 7.30am to 6pm, Mon to Fri Faults and emergencies (09) 442 2222 24 hours Dear Auckland Welcome to Watercare This is our second week of delivering water and wastewater services directly to your homes and businesses. As you may be aware, your water accounts transferred automatically to Watercare last week, as part of the local government changes. You may be wondering how this will affect the services you receive. We can assure you that we are used to providing millions of litres of drinking water every day. It is what we have been doing since 1992, along with treating wastewater and managing pipe networks. What has changed is that we are now serving you directly. Future water and wastewater bills will come from Watercare. This change means there may be hiccups as we nd our feet. We can assure you though; our dedicated team will work hard to x these quickly. If you have any questions or feedback, please call. Our Customer Services team is available on (09) 442 2222 from 7.30am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. If you have a fault or an emergency, we are available on (09) 442 2222; 24 hours, 365 days of the year. You can also visit us at www.watercare.co.nz. It is worth remembering that your account transferred automatically, so there is no action you need to take. We look forward to delivering you a great service, every minute of every day. From the team at Watercare Large outside decks provide wonderful outdoor living and the striking design combine to give a sense of absolute space, with the lock & leave convenience. 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Premium •Quality Health Supplements Natural Skin •Care Products Slimming Products •Sports Supplements • PRICES SLASHED 17--20Nov2010 9.00am -- 4.00pm EFTPOS Available 228 Bush Road, Albany Meet Herbal Hero on Sat, 20 Nov and have your photo taken with him! Footpath now safer for residents Good job: Sunnynook resident Ian Fairgrey has been instrumental in getting the council to build a wider and safer footpath on Sunnynook Rd. Photo: BEN WATSON Residents in Sunnynook are reaping the fruits of a $200,000 pedestrian safety project by North Shore City Council. The project saw improvements on the busy footpath on Sunnynook Rd between the busway station and the community centre. Council transport planner Nicola Maire says it is the result of a collaboration between the community and the council. Residents had raised safety issues, particu- larly for mobility scooter users from Park Lane Retirement Village. Ms Maire says the community constable and Wairau Intermedi- ate School had similar concerns during the TravelWise consultation. Work started last November and the new footpath is now wider and has been moved back from the busy thoroughfare. The council also put in a safer pedestrian cross- ing at the entrance to the Sunnynook Shopping Centre and better pram crossings. Ms Maire says village resident Ian Fairgrey was a key driver to putting the project together. Mr Fairgrey is delighted by the out- come, saying the improvements are fan- tastic and it is now safer and easier to walk around the neighbour- hood . Ms Maire says the new footpath will have con- crete tiles depicting Sunnynook designed by a group of Wairau Inter- mediate students. The tiles are due to be installed this month. The footpath project was completed by Opie Construction as part of the TravelSmarter Sunnynook project.
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