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Tuesday 21 February, 2017
District Council is encouraging residents to be cautious when travelling
between Tinwald and Lake Hood during the next three months as road works on
Grahams Road get underway today.
contractor ACL have begun road rehabilitation work along 2.6km of the road from
the 50/100 kilometre speed signs towards Lake Hood. The work is expected to be
completed in early May.
an extensive project which will include temporary lane closures and a 30km
speed restriction, so we urge motorists to drive carefully, especially with
traffic needing to slow and stop at times,” Council Roading Manager Brian Fauth
says. “We appreciate the community’s cooperation during this time and hope it
does not cause too much inconvenience for residents.”
works will include driveway construction and chipsealing, road widening and the
installation of a cycleway/footpath on behalf of the Lake Hood Extension
adds resident’s access to their properties along the road may be temporarily
affected at times, but ACL will do their best to minimise any inconvenience.
questions or to report concerns, please contact ACL Project Manager Tim Bain on
027 280 9194.