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Tuesday July 11 2017


Bid to stop hoons at business park •From page 1 Business park developers have organised security patrols and are in the midst of organising security cameras so they can gather evidence, which will then be passed on to police. And the city council is also offering a hand to try and deal with the “anti-social” behaviour. It is proposing restricted access to roads in the park Ashley McLachlan at night, as part of the prohibited times on road’s bylaw. “The proposed restrictions will assist the city council, police and residents in addressing the unsocial and destructive behaviour that has been happening in the business park,” Mr McLachlan said. The restricted access will also work with no stopping along Halswell Junction Rd, Pound Rd and Waterloo Rd. The restrictions would apply from 10pm to 5am, seven days a week. Streets that could be restricted

DAMAGE: Tyre marks are a common sight on a Monday morning at the Waterloo Business Park. ​ include Doric Way, Commerce Cres, Innovation Rd, Enterprise Ave, Islington Ave, Industry Ave. Legitimate road users will not be affected by restricted access.

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Business employees, residents, and anyone else with a genuine reason for being on the streets would be exempt from the restrictions. But those who infringe would risk a $750 penalty.

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•Residents can submit feedback to the city council via the Have Your Say page on its website until July 13. Or email julia.evans@ with your views.


Another wheelie bin fire sparks further fears „„ By Andrew King ANOTHER WHEELIE bin has been set alight in Burnside fuelling further fears for residents’ safety. For the past three months bins on the street and on driveways, near houses, have been deliberately set on fire in the Burnside, Bryndwr and Ilam areas. The latest arson was on Memorial Ave, near the intersection of Greers Rd, at about 3.30am on Saturday. Police are following up the incident. Last Saturday, six wheelie bins were set alight with Detective Sergeant Mike Freeman urging the perpetrator to talk to them before anyone is seriously hurt. “Police are treating the incidents as arson and believe they are linked to previous wheelie bin fires in the area,” Detective Sergeant Freeman said. The previous four attacks were in May but there had been a period of at least a month where there had been no fires. Residents in the area have also been told by police to keep their wheelie bins out of sight.


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