Another $12.5 million is to be spent on 'cleaning up' the Lake. Thats over and above the already spent $7 million plus on a 'clean up' that never achieved results. It seems strange that Horowhenua District Council intend spending this money whilst at the same time nitrite spilloffs will continue to pour into the lake, from agricultural and dairying practices in the surrounding area. Alongside that in the Adoption of the Annual Plan 2020, HDC plan that 'Council officers continue working towards acquiring a discharge consent for stormwater from Councils stormwater network to Lake Horowhenua from Horizons Regional Council'. Does anyone besides me find that counterproductive to spend so much money on a Lake cleanup while continuing to pour heavy metals and other contaminants into the Lake?
Hi just seeing if anyone is interested in starting up a D and D gaming group?Hoping there are some people around who play ...was thinking of Paraparaumu area ,maybe a community center.
Wally is an 11 year old Huntaway looking for a new home. He is a very loving, affectionate dog who has some jealousy issues. Therefore needs to be an only pet.
He is getting on in years so doesn't need a lot of exercise, but does need a lot of attention. A retired person who could spend time with him would be ideal.
If you would be interested in giving Wally a better life & would like to meet him please send Paula an email.
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