52 days ago

Christchurch subdivision could become major traffic thoroughfare

Thomas Campbell Reporter from Northern Outlook

Residents in Cameo Grove fear that connecting roads to a cul-de-sac could make the subdivision a major traffic thoroughfare.

Local residents of the subdivision in Northeast Christchurch told Stuff that the changes would lead to significant disruptions and the road becoming hazardous for young children. They have since presented a petition to the Waitai/Coastal-Burwood Community Board in August, outlining their concerns.

What do you think about this roading proposal?

*Type NFP if you don't want your comment published in the Conversations section of our community paper.

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6 hours ago

Family Friendly Service and Discussion

Jeneane Hobby from Ashley Community Church Incorporated

Paul and Lesley Askin's next family-friendly service at the Ashley Community Church will be at 4.30 pm Sunday, 6 December.

39 Canterbury St, Ashley.

Dress up warm if it's cold out, go before you come (there're no toilet facilities), and bring a plate of finger food for a light meal afterwards.

For more info phone Paul or Lesley on 312 9151 or email them: askins@xtra.co.nz

Keep the first Sunday of the month - except for January - in mind for future services.

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