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48 days ago

PAVEMENT PARKING

Sue from Torbay - Long Bay

Hi All
Does anyone know this vehicle? It is parked fully on the pavement on Glenvar Road for the past week. We have tried to contact the number on the vehicle but it is not answered, nor are they responding to texts.

Yesterday a little boy on his bicycle had to swerve into the busy road because the pavement was blocked, not to mention pedestrians, who have to walk on the road to get around it. It is possible that the vehicle is stolen and has been abandoned and we have reported it to Auckland Transport.

Thanks

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