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3 comments:

  1. Traveller, 24. August 2020, 18:44

    “Porirua has grown and the treatment plant is overloaded.” Where’s a response from the Porirua City Council – where’s its concern about ten overflows of sewage into its harbour in the last eight months?

     
  2. Margaret Dietrich, 26. August 2020, 14:02

    It is clearly obvious the treatment plant is not up to the task. The time is now to start building a second plant, actually the time was due years ago. Get a second one built, stop polluting the most beautiful and safest beach in Titahi Bay. This is something our government not our council should be responsible for.

     
  3. Oldie, 26. August 2020, 16:13

    The sewage problem belongs to the P.C.C not the government of NZ. However the council seem to have no understanding of its importance or refuse to acknowledge it? It must be made the No 1 priority and addressed immediately. They are collecting rates from all properties and they have a responsibility to all owners/ratepayers.
    The fact that they are pushing ahead with this cycle/walkway between Porirua and Titahi Bay is an example of their inability to appreciate the major issues and the needless waste of money.